Check availability

  Essential description

Once upon a time...

A 200 year old house impregnated with the spirit of an old traditional village called Tuineje of a family of workers of the island and custodians of the territory, sensitive to the environment.

Its owners...

The owners of Casa Tamasite admire the place where they live and are committed to the protection and care of the natural environment.

Pepe, Magdalena and Doramas know the island and the agricultural techniques in depth, and when you talk to them they transmit knowledge, admiration, spirit and work force.

The uniqueness of the space...

With the air of the old and the transition to the new, this house of stone and wood is mixed with total independence and autonomy, allowing you to enjoy a cosy and homely stay with the flavour of a village.

In its corners, flowers, farm implements and traditional utensils dot the architecture with curiosity as soon as you walk through its wooden door.

A space also awaits you where you can refresh yourself with a small swimming pool, a barbecue area and a traditional stone oven... in a very intimate way.

This set of rural houses of 1000 m2 have an orientation that allows you to have privileged views of the historic Tamasite Mountain, famous for its aboriginal vestiges and one of the battles that took place in 1740, between English pirates and the Majorero people, which today are commemorated in the festival of the Jurada in October.

The surrounding area...

The houses are located in Tuineje, which due to its agricultural and livestock tradition has supermarkets, small local restaurants.... Where you can find local products and a friendly conversation.

Furthermore, it is at the foot of hiking trails, volcanoes and the landscape of the malpais Grande and Malpais Grande and Malpais Chico, which reflect the last volcanic stage of the oldest island. The surrounding landscape is different here.

If you want to complete your stay, you can always understand and learn how to work the land and manage a farm and its crops with them in their rural house in Tiscamanita, Agroturismo La Gayría if you wish.

A place on the island to...

Enjoy a visit to the Agroturismo La Gayría, Finca Ecológica project, enjoy a tasting of wines, oils and liquors. 

Visit the Majorero Donkey Conservation Project at Agroturismo La Gayría. 

Observe the stars from a privileged environment.

Stay in their houses, a perfect space for groups, cycling, trekking, scientific tourism, etc. 

For those travellers looking for sustainable tourism, this house has an environmental management committed to nature. Visit and discover if you are interested in this vital current. 

When you visit, you will feel.

Owners with roots in the land, protectors of the nature of their environment and the island, storytellers of their villages, neighbours and the mountains that surround them. You can feel the taste of olives and the smoothness of the oil in their houses.

Stroll through olive groves, listen to the crops and discover the simple lifestyle of returning to who you already are.

  Eco Sustainable Accommodation

Waste management with recycling in households.

Water saving devices on taps and toilets.

Recommendations to local markets, restaurants and bakeries.

Sustainable energy management: 300 litre solar water heaters.

Tastings and tastings of local and organic products.

  Water management: treatment plant powered by renewable energies, reuse of grey or black water.

Promotes sustainable mobility through information and dissemination of nearby walks and trails.

Sustainable Rural Space maintaining its respect and coherence with the natural environment.

Energy Management: Autonomy on the electricity grid (20 kW connected to the grid).

Organisation and participation in local events and folklore, grape harvests, olive harvesting...


  Unique services

Near the house...

From the airport 

30 Km

Leisure and culture

  • Town centre: Tuineje 0,2 Kms
  • Local supermarkets, chemist, petrol station, local restaurants in Tuineje   
  • Village of Tuineje and its San Miguel Church 
  • Centro de Interpretación Molino de Tiscamanita (Tiscamanita Mill Interpretation Centre) 
  • Cultural environment of Pájara and its Church  
  • Historical village of Betancuria    
  • House of Cheese          
  • Museum of Majorero Cheese in Antigua 
  • Agricultural landscape with windmills, mills, gavias and wells


  • Caldera de Gayría Natural Monument   
  • Protected Landscape Malpaís Grande    
  • Protected Landscape Malpaís Chico      
  • Cuchillos de Vigán Natural Monument   
  • Betancuria Rural Park       
  • Close to protected bird areas ZEPA, ZEC and IBAS.
  • Close to guirrera (wild feeding area of the Guirre Majorero).
  • Close to nature trails and famous footpaths.
  • Near beaches: 
    • Pozo Negro 21 Kms
    • Ajuy 20 Kms
    • Gran Tarajal 18 kms
  • Areas of high interest for bird watching, archaeology and hiking near the mountain of Tamasite.