I am super excited to have started my journeys this year with a warm destination. And although it is winter, the Lanzarote island doesn’t seem to care about this. The weather is like spring in here and these last few days we could also enjoy some beach time.
Our first stop was in Haria that is a lovely small city and we have decided to stop by one of the oldest buildings on the island, Villa Delmas that was built over 300 years ago by Ambrosio Perdomo and still remained in the Perdomo family until now, after 7 generations. They have transformed this house in a Villa Emblematica of the island where the old insular architecture is beautifully combined with modern furniture to make our stay a five star one, super elegant and cozy. Loved their huge palm tree yard, the beautiful traditional Spanish fountain and also the small and chic pool. I have to admit that my favourite place was the most simple one, the rope swing tied to an enormous tree. We have spent there three beautiful days, one of them cloudy, but it gave me time to enjoy my newest book with an amazing view.
I was wearing a new dress coat from Chicwish in a beautiful tunic cut. It is not too thick, but keeps super warm, allowing you to stay chic and cozy. Loved pairing it with super long velvet boots and wavy hair for a beautiful day spent in Haria. We are still on the island this week, so if you have secret places recommendations, we would love to hear them.
I was wearing:
Chicwish dress coat
Diva Charms velvet boots
Location: Villa Delmas Lanzarote