Is located in a rural area at the highest peak of the village of Uga, called El Morro. It’s situated in the south of the island near the National Park of Timanfaya and a few minutes from La Geria, an area of natural beauty famous for its vineyards.
The accommodation comprises 6 individually designed suites , fully equipped and self –contained. The house dates to the XVIII century and was tastefully restored some 10years ago in the Canarian style, using original materials and other antique fixtures .and fittings. The result is an ambience which provides homely surroundings and a relaxing environment.
Colour schemes and decoration reflex an eastern approach obtained by using natural pigments along with locally obtained stone , lava and tiling. Also all the materials used are non toxic and ecological, as natural oils to nurture the woods from ceilings and doors as well as lime stone for washing the thick stone walls of the building. The furniture was mainly imported from Indonesia and the solid teak, wall hangings, and other features result in an elegant decorative theme. Each suite is provided with satellite television , and music systems. Landscaping of Mature palmtrees and beautiful flowers surrounding the houses and swimming pool provide you with areas for relaxation and the views of Timanfaya National Park to the South.
Full of contrasts and extremely varied is a good description of the topography in the South of Lanzarote, dominated by the amazing Timanfaya National Park. With more than 30 volcanic peaks, this exciting lunar landscape is a ‘must see’ for every visitor to the island! It’s here in the south where you will find bizarre natural attractions: a legacy of the destructive powers of the volcanoes and the sea. El Golfo and Los Hervideros are two such places, which give a fascinating insight into how Mother Nature has shaped Lanzarote.
Lanzarote is a a gift of nature and without any doubt an incomparable paradise combining the magic of its history with an enviable spring climate throughout the year, beautiful beaches and breathtaking landscapes, a paradise of unique nature which friendly people proved to know how to take care of.
Lanzarote is a volcanic island, largely covered by lava fields caused by volcanic eruptions in the eighteenth century.
Lanzarote was the second Biosphere Reserve in the Canaries, adding a new component:for the first time was declared by UNESCO a territory as a whole, including all of its population centers. The perfect symbiosis achieved in Lanzarote between man and nature is without any doubt the main cause of this international recognition.
The island you will find amazing beaches, secluded coves, trekking path, bike rentals, many surf, kite and windsurf schools, scuba-diving, boat trips. You could do some climbing up to the Volcanoes, relax in one of the amazing SPA or practice Yoga during the sunset.