La Santa Sport is like an Oasis in the middle of the desert. It could also be some Atlantian resort misplaced in time, with all of it’s health facilities designed to maintain a body in proper physical condition, so that it might contain a properly conditioned mind. The two go hand in hand. The soul or mind is perfect, if we can but understand that and project it to the body. We would have a perfect body.
At La Santa it is like being in a different time, is almost like some ancient Greek or Roman Resort with it’s nobility relaxing in the sun beside large pools of ocean water, the people lying in the sun becoming a golden bronze as tho the Gods.
La Santa Sport like a Phoenix rising out of the ashes so this Mecca rises out of the ashes of a volcano.
What a marvelous sight this oasis must be for the wayfaring seaman, who after having been at sea for many days now sees land for the first time.
Lanzarote, the northern most of the Canary Islands, the islands of good fortune is the desert home of this fantastic resort.
Lanzarote now rises from the ocean as a paradise yet undiscovered it’s many fine hotels and resorts shining in the sun. the continuous building & construction lie as evidence of the potential of this sunshine paradise with an almost perfect climate.
This island has much to offer, from the lava fields formed by volcanoes that erupted simultaneously in 1730 and flowed until 1736. During which time 12 villages were destroyed and 400 people died, one man stayed behind to record everything in detail.
The lava fields now lie some 40 ft deep and lend a most beautiful sight in Timan Faya National Park which has been created for the preservation a spectacle of nature located in this beautiful park at the peak of one active volcano.
The glass walled restaurant El Diablo where one can observe at a depth of 6 inches lava stones too hot to hold.
Dining is a pleasure as chicken, pork chops, & sausage is roasted in barbecue fashion over a pit leading into the volcano.
Gary has been a writer/ photographer for over 20 years, specializing in nature,landscapes and studying native cultures.Besides visiting most of the United States, he has traveled to such places as Egypt,the Canary Islands,much of the Caribbean. He has studied the Mayan Cultures in Central America, and the Australian Aboriginal way of life.Photography has given him the opportunity to observe life in many different parts of the world!
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