Geography: Haría is often referred to as the "Valley of a Thousand Palms" due to its lush greenery and the abundance of palm trees. The valley is surrounded by volcanic hills and offers a more verdant landscape compared to some other parts of Lanzarote.
Municipal Center: The town of Haría serves as the municipal center. It is a charming village with traditional Canarian architecture and a relaxed atmosphere. The Plaza de León y Castillo is a central square in Haría, surrounded by historic buildings.
César Manrique: The renowned artist and architect César Manrique had a significant impact on the development of Haría. His former residence, now known as the César Manrique House Museum, is located in Haría and provides insight into his life and work.
Local Market: Haría is known for its lively local market, Mercado de Haría, which typically takes place on Saturdays. The market offers a variety of local produce, crafts, and handmade products.
Surrounding Nature: The municipality is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes, including the Famara massif to the west and the Corona volcano to the east. The area is suitable for hiking and exploring nature trails.