30 Costa Women socializing at newly opened Villa Dolores right outside Torre del Mar. One of our hostesses Anncatrin Leveland, owner of Villa Dolores, welcomed all guests with a glass of cava and Swedish tapas served on the terrace overlooking the ocean. Tagines slow cooking with eco vegetables and Moroccan spices sharing a scent of cumin, paprika and cinnamon prepared by our Vilostrada chef Susan. Guests could also enjoy Vilostrada fair trade goods, photography and Moroccan music.
More photos from the evening here on the Vilostrada facebook album>>
Combining social events with doing good is a wonderful way to spend an evening getting to know the women on the coast. The Common Ground Tanmirt project warmly says “Shukran” (Thank You) for the €150 donation.
Organizers Joe Ramsey Vale, Arganix, shared here knowledge about argan oil and had Moroccan musical instruments for the women to try.
Chances are big you will spot ladies with a henna tattoo this coming week as a remembrance of a great evening thanks to our talented henna artist Renetta. Let us know if you want to get in touch with her for other events.
If you want to enjoy more of our Moroccan atmosphere, we invite you all to our first Vilostrada Photo Exhibit in Torre Del Mar on May 13.