22 Apr Guia de Isora
Guia de Isora (coast) is one of the island’s best kept “secrets”: a pristine corner of the coast that enjoys an average annual temperature of 23 ° C, and where the lush tropical flora mixes with a rough volcanic landscape.
The Ritz-Carlton Abama, a magical citadel of buildings immersed in a private 400-hectare estate surrounded by banana plantations, is an excellent reference point and is immediately recognizable.
With this work, certainly not to be missed, the Architect of the Ritz-Carlton Abama, Melvin Villaroel, delivered a unique piece of contemporary architecture, strongly inspired by the ethnic characteristics of the area combining Moorish and Canarian influences.
A five-star luxury hotel distributed between the Citadel (main building) and exclusive villas in the most private and secluded area of the Abama Resort offering thrilling views. Facilities of the same include a golf course, a 2,500 square meter Spa, 10 beauty treatment rooms, Paddle & Tennis Academy, a total of seven pools, a fitness center, etc.
Created by world-renowned designer Dave Thomas, the almost maniacally maintained camp, it is proudly displayed with its more than 300 species of sub-tropical plants including 25,000 palm trees and also hosting 22 lakes scattered along the path also made very changeable and which includes waterfalls and bunkers of white sand as “obstacles” of play of splendid naturalness.
The underlying and welcoming quiet beach, reserved and sheltered from the wind, allows you to swim safely even with rough seas; even if restricted in a hundred linear meters it is considered a real gem.
If, instead, you want to be seized by a sense of furious envy, walk along the road that goes towards the top of the hill: breathtaking villas built and under construction everywhere.
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