A wonderful hour spent looking round this spectacular building. Thoroughly enjoyed it. There are however lots of steps to get to the higher rooms so may not be suitable for everyone.
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I cannot rave enough about this place it is beautiful and the story of the place is so interesting. We spent a long time at this place just wondering round and taking photographs. Nobody bothered you although not suitable for people with bad mobility you...More
Was pleasantly surprised with our visit here. Interesting history with Omar Shariff. Loved the way the house was designed. Quirky and rambling. Nice shop and wine tasting. Well worth a visit.
This is an interesting building built into a rock face. It's very "higgldy piggldy" with lots of quirky rooms and secluded areas. It's an interesting feat of architecture, which was once owned by Omar Shariff (but not for long). It's a tranquil area, but not...More
Went on the north tour, and stopped off here. Absolutely amazing house, many wee crooks and alley ways. Great views from some of the spots. However not great for people with mobility problems.
The Lagomar Museum is not only for fans of Architecture. It is very interesting to discover how the house was built in harmony with the geographical features of the area. It is a little maze-like with beautiful views and surprising twists. Taller people might have...More
not for people with mobility problems, the wife went round and took pictures for me whilst i had coffee but its a pleasent place to sit and chill out
A must see, amazing place. Impressive from the minute you pull up outside. It's only 6 euros so well worth it. There's s lovely bar area too and a smart restaurant but we didn't eat there so I can't comment on the food it sounded...More
we did this trip as part of our trip to the market. was a little treasure in the volcano was lovely to have a explore the house and find out the information about omar himself and the home he sadly lost In a game of...More