Beautiful place and some really crazy architecture even my 3 year old enjoyed it. There are some inventive stepping stones and the man liked to party so I can only imagine how that went down
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Although it's wll-known for the fact that Omar Sharif owned it for a while, there are better reasons to visit it. The complex was designed (as most landmarks on Lanzarote are) by Cesar Manrique. This place, even more than his own home, is an example...More
This Museum is worth seeing, because of the history, involving O’mar Sharif.The story goes O’mar lost the house over a game of cards (bridge). O’mar only had the house for one day. he lost it to the man he brought it off.Rumer goes the winner...More
We visited Lagomar museum at around 3:30ish on a weekday and found we pretty much had the place to ourselves. The building is fantastic with breathtaking architecture - some of the terrible reviews complaining about the '1970s kitchen and whirlpool bath' are clearly idiots- it's...More
Many other reviews have fully covered the Omar Sharif link and history so we will focus on the practicality of finding it! If you come by car. Out of Arrecife follow the LZ-1 from the ring road towards Tahiche then the LZ-10 towards Teguise. After...More
Pure James Bond setting. We spent half a day there including a delicious lunch. Incredible setting cut into the rock face. Well worth a visit in the sunshine.
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