Total capacity: 971 pax
À la carte restaurant
Gala dinner service
Layouts: Theatre, classroom, imperial, U, banquet, cocktail.
220 volt supply
The Monumento al Campesino (Monument to Fertility) was César Manrique’s public recognition of the efforts of the men and women working to farm Lanzarote’s land and who faced the most adverse conditions to bring life to the soil. Lanzarote’s wines and gastronomic products are today recognised internationally, thanks to these efforts that Manrique was paying homage to in his tribute.
The Museo del Campesino complex provides a visual and sensory experience that focuses on the ingenuity, the courage and the bravery of Lanzarote’s farmers. Made up of a series of buildings that follow the design of the traditional island dwelling with white walls and green woodwork, it brings together the most characteristic vernacular elements of the different geographical areas of the island. The space is overlooked by the majestic Monumento a la Fecundidad (Monument to Fertility), a 15-metre tall sculpture created by Manrique from old water tanks from boats and other iron and concrete objects, assembled together to produce a cutting-edge work of art, now one of the island’s iconic symbols.