Quite a fascinating place but not recommended for those with mobility difficulties. For some reason I was hoping for more though but still worth a visit.
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Visited the restaurant here after the meal visited the museum very picturesque see attached photos lots of steps as house once owned by Omar Sharif but only for a short while as he lost the house playing cards we are told. Lots of very interesting...More
An interesting property created from caves and molten lava. Omar Sharif bought it in the 1970s and lost it the following day in a bridge game. There are many steps, some quite narrow, to climb to reach the top rooms, but well worth the effort.
What a fantastic place to visit but be prepared to climb there are a lot of stairs but some fantastic views. It is hard to believe Omar had this place for one day as he lost it gambling. The restaurant is well placed near end...More
A trip to this place is a must. It is the most spectacular 'house' I've ever seen. It's all cut into a mountain, so not too good if you have mobility problems. Omar Sharif bet this beautiful place on a game of bridge and lost...More
We arrived here not knowing what to expect. However we did enjoy and what was done to this part of a mountain to achieve this house was just super but it's not as the pictures show with a lovely blue pool. It's more of a...More
A must if in Lanzarote. We visited this unique place built within volcanic rock before our tour to the market. Built by Lanzarote architect Cesar Manrique. Lots of rooms to discover, could easily get lost, loved the water steps, so unusual. The views are fantastic...More
what an amazing place hidden away with a good story. spent around an hr walking around here taking in all the amazing views and beautifly surrounding exploring every nook and cranny that we could would definitely come here again just to stand at the top...More
Wow, what an amazing place. The imagination that went into the design of this place is mind blowing. The views from the top are breathtaking. Overall it's a bit tired now, but would be difficult to repair/update without changing the unique character of the building.