from £71 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £71 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
Estimated nightly price based on a weekly stay. Contact the advertiser to confirm the total cost.
Villa / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4 Home 1290977
Availability Your dates are available
Villa / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Bedroom 1. Double bed, fitted wardrobes and en suite
Bedroom 2. Twin beds and fitted wardrobes
En suite with bath/shower, washbasin and toilet
Separate shower room with washbasin and toilet
Well equipped separate kitchen with electric oven, hob, fridge/freezer, kettle, toaster, iron, microwave, coffee maker; utility room with washing machine
Very well furnished lounge comfortable sofas, Satellite television (limited channels) and patio doors to the pool and sun terraces, dining table and chairs
Open and covered sun terraces with border gardens furnished with sunbeds and patio furniture surround the swimming pool
Shape: Rectangular, Size: 7m x 4m, Depth range:1,3m to 1,7m, Water type:Normal, Heating: Electric, Steps: Stepladder, Pool cover:Yes
The villa is all on 1 level
The villa has a safety deposit box
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Nearest beach||950 m|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Private outdoor pool (heated), Internet access|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (heated)|
|General||Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double Beds (1), Single Beds (2)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (heated), Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Canary Islands 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.
Villa Barrio is situated close to the lighthouse in Playa Blanca in a residential area called Playa Burgado which is peaceful location. Life in Playa Blanca started out as a very simple fishing village but as Lanzarote has became more popular with tourists Playa Blanca has grown into a thriving and popular resort. It has a new marina (Marina Rubicon) which is host to many top class restaurants and boats, Marina Rubicon is an ideal places to wonder around shopping and have a bite to eat and every Wednesday and Saturday there is a market here.The main attractions in Playa Blanca the nearby beaches. Some of the best beaches in the Canary Islands are just four miles (six km) away at Papagayo Beach. The resort is mainly geared for families and couples looking for a relaxing time either on one of the beaches or wandering around the promenade looking to do some shopping. While Playa Blanca doesn't offer the same variety of nightlife as Puerto del Carmen, visitors can still party well into the early hours in the disco and karaoke bars located at Centro Comercial Papagayo or Centro Comercial Punta Limones. Bear in mind that nightlife tends to kick-off later in Spain and many bars won't get busy until well after midnight – don't worry though, some of the Disco-bars in Centro Comercial Papayago are open until 6am! Since the resort has a large proportion of self-catering villas and bungalows, there is no shortage of places to eat. The seafront at the centre of town is literally lined with restaurants catering to just about every taste and nationality imaginable. If you feel up to it you can even take the ferry to the neighbouring island of Fuerteventura. The trip takes just twenty minutes and is a fabulous excursion
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Nick Brumby (Property Manager Lanzarote Property Management)
- 3 Years listed
Calendar updated:13 Jun 2014
Based in Spain
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