Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed

This stunning Corner Penthouse Apartment in A prestigious gated small complex is located on the top floor of a two story building,the property has 2 double bedrooms with large fully fitted wardrobes, separate fitted dinning kitchen which opens onto the lounge,Off the lounge there is a large terrace with views of the sea, La Gomera and the town,a further large terrace with views over the communal swimming pool,hills beyond,the sea and La Gomera, ideal for sunbathing and al-Fresco dining.
Being within walking distance to beaches, restaurants, and the town a car is not required,however private parking is available within the complex with access via electric gates.

Our stunning property welcomes couples/ small families looking for something a little more upmarket.

What we offer is a dream terrace that you do not need to leave, Perhaps,a walk down from the penthouse for a swim, enjoy the uncrowded pool and relax and take in the views, its only minutes back to heaven.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom and 1 shower room
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 4 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Tenerife South TFS (Tenerife South) Reina Sofia 5.2 km, Nearest railway: None
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, Sea view
Pool Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool
General TV, CD player, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Furniture Super King Beds (1), Single Beds (2), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair available
Outdoors Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Shared garden
Access Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users

The Canary Islands region

Situated in the sunny South of Costa Adeje it is blessed with a wonderful all year round pleasant climate. Even in the winter months temperatures rarely fall below 22C. In summer the cooling influence of the Atlantic means it rarely rises above 30C. No wonder Tenerife is known as the 'Fortunate Island'

Costa Adeje

When someone digs into the roots of culture in the Canary Islands they encounter an identity of a people with strong customs, who defend their past while forging on with the present.
In a cordial manner we invite you to follow the path of pleasant but profound comings and goings of the development of a community bursting with its own personality and very proud of it.

The synthesis is no barrier to learning that these people own a personality unique to the rest of the world.

To delve into the Canary culture, enjoy everything from its aboriginal customs to the constant doings of present day life, is a wonderful way of better understanding the attractions of these incomparable islands.

The invitation is standing and together we will learn about the artistic manifestations in art-loving communities, as well as the architecture, sculpture, arts and crafts, music, even to the peculiar way the Canary people have of speaking. It is a unique opportunity to learn about the most beautiful Canary traditions.

A good part of the Canary Island's festivity's origins have a religious substrate, but in others their roots can be found among the aboriginal traditions. Most festivities have suffered variations with the passing of time, and while some have disappeared, other were born full of fresh energy with different aims.

The reasons for celebrating are varied and were originated by many issues related to social development.

The predominating festivities are those in which the religious rituals mark the guidelines, but those in La Rama are closer to very ancient traditions.

There are fun activities that aim to end the drought and its sequels of hunger and misery, while others such as the always welcome carnivals, not only aim at entertaining great masses of the population but also at leaving behind good economic dividends for those merchants related to this activity.

These festivities are an expression of life, featuring popular sentiments and in the Canary Islands they maintain their freshness because they are constantly evolvi
It all began in 1965, when the entrepreneur Luis Diaz de Losada undertook the ambitious project to find the finances needed to purchase 3 000 000 m2 field blank and barren in the south of the island. And it was in December of that year that Santiago Puig and his son became the founding pioneers and promoters of the move to become the most touristic islands of the Canaries and contribute to social and economic development of Tenerife.

105.95 km ². Costa Adeje is the flagship of Adeje .It represents the border line between Las Americas and a different way of enjoying Tenerife. Starting from the “Barranco del Rey”, Los Cristianos- Arona trought Playa de Torviscas, Playa de Fañabe, Playa del Duque, el Beril, La Caleta, El Puertito, Playa Paraiso, Callao Salvaje and ending by the "Barranco de Erques" municipality of Guia de Isora, it is possibly the only high standards destination of the island. Since the construction of the Reina Sofia International Airport, this area has become a preferred destination because of its location, less than 4 hours from most European capitals, being the only country in the European Community where the sun reigns throughout of the year thanks to its microclimate average 20 º to 23 º

Climate: Average 20 º to 23 º.Dozens of microclimates are easily recognizable from the massive Adeje through the desert of Playa Paraiso and Callao Salvaje coming to the beaches of Playa de las Americas

Most of the residents of Costa Adeje are an integrated part of the council, because the South would not exist without the presence of foreigners so everyone feels at home. Many cultural centers have been established to prove that tourism can mate with culture such as craft centers, libraries, cultural centers, dance and theater, photography, art galleries, cinema and Conference. Each January 20 Feast of “San Sebastian” the peasants and farmers will meet you in order to devote themselves to the saint. Holy Week the inhabitant of Adeje will meet you to attend the theatrical representation of the death and passion of Christ and then the famous procession, Local people will draw biblical scenes with flowers on the ground of ancient streets. And of course , every October, during the traditional festival "Romeria" in honor of the” Virgen de la Encarnación and Santa Ursula”, you will not only enjoy the local traditions but also offered generously to eat and drink.