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.
This mojo is popular served vith tasty and substancial meals such as roast kid or pork, offals, fried or grilled fish, and, as a classic combination, with papas arrugadas ( canarian crinkled potatoes)
Soak the peppers in water overnight. The next day remove the seeds and core and boil for three minutes in the water used for soaking Ground pepper, garlic, cumin seeds and sea salt using a pestle and mortar Stirring constantly with a wodden spoon, gradually add the water used for soaking, the olive oil and the wine vinegar.Bind the mixture with some paprika. If you use a mixer, bind the ingredients with the water used for soaking and gradually add the olive oil and vinegar afterwards.
Wine of the Day: Bodega El Patio
Wine from the Malvasia grape is cultivated in the Museum vineyards. The young and fruity wine produced is the result of painstaking work by viniculturists. It is on sale exclusively in the Museum. Which is why we can guarantee the authenticity of origin and the excellent quality of this limited vintage. Recommended to be drunk cold.
Malvasia (Malmsey), Seco (dry), Tinto (Red Wine) and Moscatel (Muscatel).
10.00 to 17.00 daily. Closed Sunday. Shop, Museum, Wine-tasting, Wine-cellars
Un total de 90 obras, en su mayor parte paisajes e imágenes de la vida cotidiana en diferentes rincones del mundo, componen la muestra Islas de Luz. Esta exposición colectiva puede ser visitada en la Sala Municipal del Charco de San Ginés de lunes a viernes entre las 10:00 y las 13:00 horas y de 17:00 a 20:00 horas. También los sábados por la mañana de 10:00 a 13:00 horas.