Tuesday to Sunday: 10 to 19:30. (Summer)
Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 18pm. (Winter)
Towards Teguise and the volcano with the best views of all the people of Nazareth
is this wonderful place. Lake sea was embedded in the ridge of the volcano
of Nazareth, the “Casa Omar Sharif”, conceived by the artist César Manrique
in the seventies to be the abode of the famous actor.
Legend has it that Omar, who was on the island filming a movie, lost
home in a bridge game and never returned. In turn, the house became famous in itself
and was used in filming with actors such as Peter Ustinov and Horst Frank.
This superb mansion built in the very bowels of the volcanic rock today
days is a museum and restaurant during the daytime and at night from Tuesday to
Sunday becomes a chill out and Jazz Lounge to unwind. This place
is surrounded by beautiful gardens with oriental, with its caves, tunnels
and steep stairs take visitors to a history of “1001 Nights”
Recently opened a new cultural space within the Lagomar, opened its doors
Lagomar Museum. This new space allows us to trace the history of the actor and his legend
the historical evolution of admire Lagomar, to become what it is today, and especially
admire the views from the museum can enjoy the island of Lanzarote, making
place in a symbiosis between art and nature.
agomar Cave, is for the nights one of the few spaces where you live Lanzarote
in keeping quiet couples conversing with people dependent watts of sound.
Sounds funky, jazz and blues, through the soul and ending with the merger,
lost in the atmosphere of the place naturist. For one or the other you can accommodate, and
letting go, in the cozy small caves, with their large wooden benches and natural stone.
Or on the shady terrace overlooking the tropical pool, surrounded by vegetation,
which separates the restaurant and nightclub.