Spanish poets, Fredrico Garcia Lorca
Casa Lorca is named after one of the greatest Spanish poets, Fredrico Garcia Lorca, who was born in 1898. Close friends with surrealist artist Salvador Dali and popular Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda, Lorca had a dream from a very early age to be both a musician and a writer. He went on to produce and inspire many musical works, pen numerous theatrical plays and publish volumes of poetry. He became famous across Spain and throughout the Hispanic world. “I sought in my heart to give you the ivory letters that say ‘siempre’ (always),” says Lorca.
With its expansive verandas accented by exquisite green ironwork, Casa Lorca looks out over the quieter Los Muertos Beach to the south and to Sayulita’s livelier community bay beach to the north. Come be inspired by the love and creativity evident throughout Casa Lorca.
“Let me climb there up towards the green verandas,
High verandas of the moonlight,
Where I hear the sound of water.”