La Casa Blanca,
you bask in peace and tranquility. Lanzarote,
the northernmost of the Canary Islands,
is characterized by diverse beautiful
and impressive landscapes.
There is truly no other place like it,
not even within the archipelago.
you’ll find a paradise for painters,
photographers and nature
Just imagine: you’re reclining on the flower-dotted patio
next to the pool, surrounded by palm trees, yuccas, hibiscus
and pink bougainvillea. A tennis court is behind you, and in
front of you a unique landscape stretches from the sleepy town
of Sóo to the sea. It’s a picturesque collage of
fields and desert in a profusion of red and ocher, with extinct
volcanoes looming in the distance. Over the hours and days,
it constantly transforms itself in the changing light.
The sea beckons: ever-present, foamy, blue and turquoise-green.
To your left, the white beach of Famara; to the right, the black
sands of La Santa. Sóo itself is a rural community well-known
for its delicious dry-grown melons, onions, tomatoes and yams.
The area is also famous all over the island for its handmade
goat’s milk cheese, a true delight for connoisseurs.