The Monumento al Campesino is a free visitors attraction located in the centre of Lanzarote. The distinctive Monumento a la Fecundidad can be seen from miles around. This sculpture was designed by Cesar Manrique out of old water tanks and dedicated to the Lanzaroteño farmers, it's a labourer and a beast of burden. This is a great place to sample some local tapas dishes plus the gift shop also sells Lanzarote wine from various bodegas.
One of the castles in Arrecife is home to the International Museum of Contemporary Art (MIAC). The Castillo San José overlooks the busy harbour of Puerto Naos and was built in 1776. Known as the Fortress of Hunger in reference to a time when locals were still struggling to survive, the construction of the castle provided food and employment. The restaurant Qué Muac in this location offers a fusion of the latest food trends with traditional gastronomy of Lanzarote.