VILLA LA GUAPA 1
Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Sleeps 6. 3 bedroom luxury villa with private pool, garden and roof terrace. Satellite TV. Near Baku water park. Approximately 1km from the centre of Corralejo. Bars, cafes, restaurants and supermarkets are all within a short walking distance. 10/15 minutes walk to various beaches. 30 minutes drive to a golf course. Ideal for couples and families.The villa arranges of a Policarbonato telescopic cover1.20m high,we also arranges of a conditioner for the swimming pool,it´s price is 60 pounds a week.
This detached luxury villa is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac with its own drive-way. This new property has been tastefully furnished with a rustic feel. The property boasts a large private swimming pool and walled garden area with sun loungers and BBQ, in addition there is a spacious roof terrace from which you can enjoy panoramic views of the island. It is approximately 1km from the centre of Corralejo and the famous sand dunes. Bars, cafes, restaurants and supermarkets are all within a short walking distance.
Spacious master double bedroom with patio doors leading to garden area. Wardrobe, hairdryer, fan, two bed side cabinets, 2nd and 3rd bedrooms have twin beds, wardrobe, one bed side cabinet and fan.
The large en-suite bathroom features jacuzzi bath and shower. Additionally, there is a large fully tiled family shower room, wc, bidet, sink with overhead mirror.The villa is on all one level and is furnished to a high standard. The living room features a wooden beamed ceiling, 3 seater and 2 seater sofas, coffee tables, side board, satellite TV/DVD and CD player. There is a separate dining room with table and cha
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||CORRALEJO BEACHES 1 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest travel links||35 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Single beds (1), Double beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
The Canary Islands region
The semi-desert Island of Fuerteventura lies just under 100km off the coast of Africa (near the border of Morocco and Western Sahara). It enjoys a near-perfect climate with average monthly temperatures ranging from 17°C in January to 25°C in August.
Fuerteventura is the longest Island in the archipelago at 98km north to south and the second-largest Canary Island after Tenerife. The unforgiving barren and arid interior of the island shares much with it's African neighbours of Morroco and the Western Sahara including sparse rainfall, rocky-desert landscapes (the temperature of these rocks can reach 67°C on a hot day!) and simple flat-roofed white-washed villages.
Fuerteventura is perhaps most famous for it's beaches, with over 50km of stunning white and golden sand. Despite Tourism being a relatively recent phenomenon on the island, there is a well developed infrastructure with Golf Courses, a Zoo, a Water Park and numerous Marine Excursions. If you fancy something a bit more active, the Island offers great Surfing, Windsurfing and Kite Surfing as well as Big Game Fishing and Diving.
If you just want to take it easy, then those miles of white sandy beaches make the perfect getaway, even in peak season you should be able to find a relatively secluded spot for yourself.
In short, there is plenty for Families, Twenty-somethings and Sports enthusiastes alike.
Current Temperature in Fuerteventura: 25 °C.
Fiesta Nuestra Señora de Antigua
Culmination of festivities honouring Our Lady of Antigua in Antigua.
08 September 2013
Romería de La Peña
One of the islands most important festivals, the procession pays hommage to Our Lady of The Rock - the Island's patron.
Held at Vega de Río Palmas on the third Saturday of September.
20 September 2013
Fiesta de Nuestra Señora del Rosario
Puerto del Rosario's main fiesta celebrating its patron culminates on the 7th of October.
07 October 2013
Nuestra Señora del Pino
Fiesta in honour of Our lady of the Pine at Puerto Lajas.
12 October 2013
The miles of white sandy beaches that disappear into turquoise waters make the beaches of Fuerteventura by far the best in the Canary Islands.
These perfect white sand beaches are not the result of sand being blown across from the Sahara Desert (as some Guidebooks claim) but are in fact composed of broken shells and other remains from marine organisms.
Fuerteventura can get very windy, though normally it is possible to find a sheltered beach somewhere along the east coast. It can be perfectly calm in Morro Jable and very choppy around the Dunes of Corralejo on the same day. If it is a little choppy, it can often be worth driving around a little in search of a sheltered cove.
The western beaches such as those at El Cotillo receive bigger swells and are popular with surfers, though there are some sheltered coves and lagoons there too.
There are so many gorgeous beaches in Fuerteventura that we could not possibly describe them all.
The following is a summary of the beaches by area, though this shouldn't stop you from exploring the rest of the Island's coast.
In and around the centre of the resort of Corralejo there are several golden and white sandy beaches where the water is usually calm and therefore good for bathing. Since it is the centre of the resort these can become a little crowded in peak season.
Just south of the resort lies the spectacular Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo, these enormous white-sand dunes cover a large area of the north-east of the island and can actually be seen in satellite images of Fuerteventura.
There are a few small Snack Bars/Restaurants located around the Dunes, with the best one being located beside the big Hotels, where you can relax under an umbrella with a cool drink.
The Dunes are now protected as a Natural Park , however this status came too late to save it from the 3 large Hotels in the centre of the Dunes.
Around El Cotillo on the north-west coast are a series of beaches and coves, that are popular with Surfers and internationally-renowned for Windsurfing and Kite Surfing.
Some of the more sheltered lagoons are also suitable for bathing.
Playas de Jandia
Between Costa Calma and Morro Jable lie the best (and longest stretch of) Beaches on the Island. The bleached white sand and shallow turquoise waters make this stretch of coast a beach lover's dream.
The beaches in both Costa Calma and Morro Jable are very nice and have blue flags (and therefore lifeguards), though it's worth exploring the beautiful coves that lie outside the main resorts. If it is a windy day, then the beach at the old part of Morro Jable can be a good bet.
On the windward (western) coast of the Jandia Peninsula there is a 14km stretch of sand. To get to these unspoilt beaches, you will need a 4x4 as there is only an unsealed track connecting them with the rest of the island. While these beaches are unspoilt and beautiful, there are strong winds and dangerous currents here which make bathing inadvisable.
The black-sand beach at Gran Tarajal has a blue flag and is popular with locals, however the colour of it's sand makes it less attractive than the beaches of Corralejo or Jandia.
Located beside the Parador National (Spanish state-owned Hotel) between Puerto del Rosario and the Airport is the attractive golden-sand beach of Playa Blanca, although when compared to some of the spectacular beaches of this Island, it comes a distant second.
Important Safety Advice
Beware of rocks, piers, breakwaters etc.
Be aware of dangerous rip currents
Don't go alone, make sure there are other people around
Swim where there is a lifeguard on patrol and within a zoned area of red/yellow flags
Swim parallel to the shore and be careful not to get out of your depth
Never swim where a sign says not to, or when a red flag is flying
Never swim after eating
Never swim after you have consumed alcohol.
Do not swim in areas zoned for Boats and Jet skis
Do not swim at Night
Red Flag: Dangerous conditions, unsafe for swimming
Yellow Flag: Dangerous conditions, caution
Green Flag: Safe for swimming
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