This garden is located on the front side of the house and it contains a heated pool and exuberant vegetation consisting of Canarian palm trees and centenary Indian laurels. There is a notarial deed dated in 2011, signed by the mason Mr. Félix Hernández García, who declares that the works carried out in this garden and pool were designed and managed by César Manrique Cabrera, who frequently visited the site in order to check that they were being carried out at his satisfaction. Later on, it seems that the successive owners of the villa ordered certain modifications although the spirit of César remains.
Examples of the illustrious guests that once stayed in “Villa Dolores” are César Manrique and his friend Pepe Dámaso; those days inspired the latter for his four-season theme paintings, especially the French sculptures flanking the driveway to the house.
When strolling around this corner, please don’t forget to walk near the well and the restored washing place where our ancestors used to make laundry. The ravine is also worth a view from the walls of the property, especially when water runs abundantly after a good storm.
Exuberant and centenary vegetation consisting of Canarian palm trees and Indian laurels spreads across the right side of the house. Its central fountain will relax and soothe your soul while listening the continuous sound of water running and the shadow of the large trees of emblematic house Villa Delmás will offer you the ideal place to read, walk or just get carried away by this enchanting environment.