It was late, but we wanted to try it out. Some parts of the the house-museum were already closed to the public, but we still had an amazing view of Tahiche and the volcanos nearby, at sunset.
With no surprise, the house was initially conceived by César Manrique as an oasis on a volcanic hills, which gave the place a special atmosphere. It has a few natural caves, were you can sit and stay a while, cradled by the soft lapping of a fountain or the pool. For a while, the house belonged to the Egyptian Hollywood actor Omar Sharif, and then was improved by architects over times.
If you want to visit, we advise you to go before 6pm 😉
Then we had to pack our bags again, because on the following morning we would take a plane back in France, after a short visit of Arrecife!