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Villa | 5 bedrooms | sleeps 10

Key Info
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 1km

Accommodation Interior

Bedrooms

Bedroom 1, Double bed with fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom

Bedroom 2, Double bed with fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom

Bedroom 3, Twin beds with fitted wardrobes

Bedroom 4, Twin beds with fitted wardrobes

Bedroom 5, Twin beds with fitted wardrobes

Bathrooms

En suite with bath/shower, washbasin and toilet

En suite with bath/shower, washbasin and toilet

Separate bathroom with lava stone walls, sunken bath, washbasin and toilet

Kitchen

The large, exceptionally well-equipped kitchen has a breakfast area and all the facilities required for a self-catering holiday including oven/hob, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher, kettle, toaster and washing machine.

Living Rooms

The large hallway opens into a huge, beautiful split-level dining room with dining table and lounge with lovely high ceilings, comfortable sofas,satellite TV (limited English channels),DVD player, . Glass doors lead to the pool area

Accommodation Exterior

The solar-heated swimming pool has wide Roman steps and is set in extensive open and covered terraces. There is a poolside shower, patio furniture, sun loungers and built-in barbecue and the entire area is surrounded by high walls which give complete privacy and form a perfect sun trap.

Pool details:

Shape: Rectangular

Size 8m x 4m

Depth range1,8m to 1,8m

Heating:Electric

Steps:Roman

Pool cover: Yes

Accessibility

The villa has a split level lounge, the surrounding area is flat with a hill down to the resort

Other Amenities

Villa Cartaphilus is conveniently located next door to Casa Cristal making it ideal for large families or groups of up to 16 people to reserve both properties. There is a safety deposit box

Location

Cartaphilus is situated in Los Mojones, a quiet sought after residential area close to the Old town of Puerto del Carmen The busy resort of Puerto del Carmen started life as a fishing village and now boasts all the facilities and amenities of a Spanish holiday town, with an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars. A variety of restaurants offer multiple options for the visitor to decide where to eat. From traditional restaurants, offering typical local products and establishments specialized in national and international cuisine with dishes from around the world. There is a long sandy beach where sun beds and shades are available for hire and in addition various water sports available. There is a reliable and inexpensive bus and taxi service allowing you to explore all areas easily. The popular marina of Puerto Calero is a short drive or you can take the taxi boat from the old town harbour to spend a relaxing afternoon watching the boats. Activities include: Theme park, boat trips, Deep sea fishing, island excursions, golf course, diving, mini golf, go karting, tennis, sports centre, bike hire, shopping centre, spas and wellness centres, horse riding (in Macher village), whale museum (Puerto Calero) Water Park (Costa Teguise)

Car Hire

This is not essential in Puerto del Carmen but could be an advantage if you are planning to see the many sights the island has to offer

Distances

Beach 1,27km

Supermarket 0,76km

Resort 0,95km

Airport 10,00km

Golf 2,36km

Maid service is provided twice weekly

Prices

Prices are based on up to 4 people sharing.

Size Sleeps up to 10, 5 bedrooms
Nearest beach 1.27 km
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 760 m
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General TV, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites
Furniture Single beds (6), Double beds (2)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, BBQ

The Lanzarote region

Lanzarote is the fourth largest island in the Canarian archipelago. An island of contrast, the landscape can stimulate the eye and reveal a number of surprises. Small in comparison there are plenty of sights including the nationaly protected park of Timanfaya. This volcanic region which dominates the south is an abundance of rich colours set into a black lava canvas. It is the most popular attraction displaying a historical moment which changed the island dramatically. At Los Hervideros the sea crashes onto the solidified lava streams creating a spectacular shows which are never repetitive.

The history is mysterious and intriguing and traditions are celebrated throughout the year giving any tourist an insight to the quality of life islanders have enjoyed. The real Lanzarote can easily be discovered and is not hidden from visitors.

Lanzarotes myth of black sandy beaches can be challenged by yet another nationaly protected area. The Papagayo beaches nestled in the south easterly tip boast fine white sand against rich magenta coastlines. This is without doubt an example of the finest beaches Europe has to offer. Playa Blanca is the closest resort to Papagayo.It started life as a small fishing village and has grown with demand offering relaxation and panoramic views out to sea stretching over the neighbouring islands of Los Lobos and Fuerteventura. These islands are connected by a regular ferry service and a number of excursion boats.

Moving inland through the sleepy white washed villages La Geria demonstrates how islanders have not been beaten by the volcanic eruptions. Fertile soil has been cultivated to produce some of the Canary islands finest wines. Vines are protected inside semi circular volcanic stone walls which cover the numerous dormant volcanoes. Bodegas are scattered throughout the region, tempting you to sample their best.

Leaving the shadows of Timanfaya behind you and moving further north, the historic village of Teguise transforms itself every Sunday morning. The quite cobbled streets come alive with an abundance of market stalls. The atmosphere is helped with music and folk dancing overshadowed by the old town clock chiming on the hour. Return to this village another day and the peaceful streets echo the historic roots of the island.

Famara on the west coast, has a an seamlessly never ending beach shadowed by a back drop of dramatic mountains. Popular with surfers the village has a small selection of fish restaurants.

Winding mountain roads fording spectacular views over the island and sea, occasionally dip down into quaint villages. Haria, also known as the Valley of the thousand palms due to a tradition of planting palm trees for births in the village is tucked away, waiting to be discovered. The Mirador at the northern tip, looks down over the island of Graciosa, Alegranza and Montaclara. Tiny Graciosa which is inhabited, can be reached by a ferry service from the small village of Orzola.

The pride of the volcanic eruptions is mirrored in the north with a volcanic tube which stretches into the sea. The natural Green Caves, a family hideaway from pirates years ago, are a fine example of an underground lava stream. Part of the canal has been developed into an oasis. Separated from the Green Caves, Jameos del Agua has an auditorium, museum, restaurant and natural tidal lake which is home to white albino crabs.

Puerto del Carmen

Cartaphilus is situated in Los Mojones, a quiet sought after residential area close to the Old town of Puerto del Carmen The busy resort of Puerto del Carmen started life as a fishing village and now boasts all the facilities and amenities of a Spanish holiday town, with an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars. A variety of restaurants offer multiple options for the visitor to decide where to eat. From traditional restaurants, offering typical local products and establishments specialized in national and international cuisine with dishes from around the world. There is a long sandy beach where sun beds and shades are available for hire and in addition various water sports available. There is a reliable and inexpensive bus and taxi service allowing you to explore all areas easily. The popular marina of Puerto Calero is a short drive or you can take the taxi boat from the old town harbour to spend a relaxing afternoon watching the boats. Activities include: Theme park, boat trips, Deep sea fishing, island excursions, golf course, diving, mini golf, go karting, tennis, sports centre, bike hire, shopping centre, spas and wellness centres, horse riding (in Macher village), whale museum (Puerto Calero) Water Park (Costa Teguise)

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Nick Brumby (Property Manager Lanzarote Property Management)

  • 2 Years listed

Based in Spain

Languages spoken
  • English
  • Spanish

Payment accepted

Credit cards accepted

Landline
+34(0)928596120

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