Lava bubble rooms
Cesar Manrique Foundation
Look around the house where Lanzarote’s most famous artist lived.
Located in the Tahiche area of Lanzarote amongst a huge lava flow is the house where Cesar Manrique lived.
In 1992 after his death the house was opened as a museum. There is also an art gallery of his own creations and other pieces he collected. You will find pieces by Picasso and Joan Miro.
The house sits on a 3,000m2 plot over two floors. Upstairs you will see his studios where he made modern art based on traditional ways. The lower floor has rooms made from lava bubbles. The cave at the centre has a swimming pool, bbq and living spaces.
Cesar Manrique and the foundation are devoted to preserving the natural beauty of Lanzarote.