Villas Kamezí: Sostenibilidad
Lanzarote was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993. Since then, we islanders have been fully aware of our active role in conserving the area.
In keeping with this, Villas Heredad Kamezi followed the bioclimatic building model and was inspired by the architecture of the prestigious Lanzarote-born artist César Manrique. 80% of the materials used are natural and free from human intervention. With a design that also allows for natural climate control, avoiding the use of air conditioning.
“The resort has followed the bioclimatic building model,
the architecture is inspired by César Manrique and 80%
of the materials are natural”
An ecological mission that pays particular attention to the water used in the villas. This is why the resort has a desalination plant to provide drinking water and a waste water purification system to water the grounds. The swimming pools are seawater and hot water is sourced from solar panels installed on the roof, thus saving a great deal of energy.