Tiagua does not have too many buildings, is very well kept and the locals are very friendly and hospitable.
Among all of these little white houses is an agricultural museum which is considered to be the most complete ethnographical museum in the Canary Islands. The property dates back to 1790 and in its interior we can see an old mill, a wine press, a collection of tools, photographs recalling the agricultural and livestock tradition of Lanzarote, etc. Here it is also possible to enjoy fine wine and savour one of the island’s cheeses.
At the exit to the village is the chapel of Nuestra Señora del Socorro (1612), with its characteristic arched door with red stone profile, and its robust whitewashed buttresses at the sides.