Three double rooms in independant Canarian-style bungalow, in a 35.000m2 property, a couple of minutes away from the San Juan Beach and the fishing village, Caleta de Famara, in the midst of the Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park, at the seafront, with direct access to the sea. Each bungalow has a bedroom, a salon with direct sea view, bath, and 2 terraces . Attractive site and modern comfort: the site is built in the island´s traditional architecture, offering modern comfort and sobriety.
Our living room has large windows that offer a great panoramic view out into the sea, the Graciosa Isle, the Famara Cliffs, with plenty of light filling all its corners. This salon is always open, and our guests can have cold or hot drinks, and a wifi internet connection.
Nature lovers can find the key aspects of rural tourism: Tracking through a protected natural area, fishing on the rocks by the sea, discovery of nature, culture and typical food of the Canary Islands.
Those who are sport oriented can also practice nautical activities such as Kitesurf, surf, windsurf or diving.
Mojo de cilantro is served with fried or boiled fish, with sancocho,
puchero and naturally with papas arrugadas, (canarian crinkly potatoes)
Roast the cummins slightly, put it in a large mortar (or "suribachi"), add the garlic and the salt. If you like it more hot, add the pepper also. Crush it into a mass, then start addding some coriander and keep on crushing and mixing till you finish it. Enjoy the rhythm when working with the mortar. Add some olive oil and mix it with the mass, then some water, then some vinegar, and so on until finished. Taste and add more salt or vinegar if you wish. Remember the flavor will fully develop in a short time, so don´t be impatient. Place in a clean jar to store it at the refrigerator, or in a saucer and let it rest for a while (1-2 hours). You can also use a blender instead of the mortar.
Wine of the Day: Bodega Rubicón
Founded by Jean de Bethencourt in the early 15th century, el Rubicon was the first european settlemente in Lanzarote, from who the island's great agricultural economy was iniciated. Vines where introduced in the area arround Chupadero and Santa Catalina, whose dedication was growing cereals, just before the eruptions of the 18th century. After the eruptions, the whole area was covered by lapilli and growing vines through the tecnique called enarenado natural (dry field) became the main function of La Geria. This tecnique is still being used and gives birth to a wine with a worldwide unique bouquet.
Dry Malmsey, Red, Rose, Muscatel.
300 000 Bot.
This wine cellar is being restored. A Wine Museum is currently under construction