...spacious terraces are sun traps as they share the sun throughout the day from early morning to late evening. Both terraces have very comfortable sun loungers and shaded dining areas to take full advantage of the sun whether sunbathing in private, dining or having a relaxing drink outdoors.All the properties are privately owned there is never an issue with availability of sun loungers, noise or poor standards often associated with tourist accommodation as the complex is a haven of tranquillity both day and night.As the villa is bungalow style with no steps or stairs and has very spacious terraces it is suitable for all.........including guests with restricted mobility or wheelchair users......its user friendliness further enhanced with the addition of grab rails and extra large showers in the both en suites.The villa has recently been upgraded to a very high standard but still retains a comfortable and cosy 'home from home' feel.CHANGEOVER DAY -- THURSDAY ONLYCHECK IN TIME FROM 3PM - CHECK OUT BY 11AM FOR SAME DAY CHANGEOVER.Extra guests can be added on at an additional cost of €70/£70 per person per week
Rental Details: Email enquiries regarding availability please.Please note: Guests are requested to have Travel Insurance in place as the deposit is non refundable. Please ensure your Travel Insurance Policy has Disruption Travel which covers the likes of the Corona Virus and situations which are outside your control.
The Lanzarote Region
Puerto del Carmen is the main tourist town on the island of Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain. Most of Lanzarote's over 1 million visitors per year choose this town as their destination. It attracts tourists from all over Europe, particularly Ireland, the UK and Germany as well as from Scandinavia and Spain. The Avenida de las Playas, the main street/avenue in the town, extends some 7 km along the island's southern coast, with beaches on one side and many restaurants, bars, shops and other tourist attractions on the other. The quaint and peaceful old town includes the harbour and docks, the Puerto Tinosa. Here there are a smaller variety of restaurants and bars with views across the harbour and the sea to the volcanic mountains of Papagayo beyond to views of the next island of Fuerteventura. The majority of the locals are friendly and are ready to help.The beautiful sandy beaches and clear blue water are ideal for sunbathing and swimming all year round. Puerto del Carmen is highly recommended as safe and suitable for young and old alike. The protected southerly situation shelters it from the prevailing winds on the North and East side of the island. When the sun goes down, the beachfront livens up and there is a great selection of good quality restaurants, bars and discos later on.
Thursday changeover day.Other Places of Interest -Cave of Los Verdes
La Cueva de los Verdes
Forms part of a spectacular and complex system of caves formed by underground Lava flows.Jameos del Agua.
Jameos del Agua is a cave complex that includes a natural Concert Hall with wonderful acoustics, subterranean lagoon, a restaurant and a museumEl Golfo and Los Hervideros
El Golfo is a volcanic crater filled by sea water.
The deep green colour is caused by algae in the water.
Los Hervideros is a series of caves and blowholes located in a Lava Flow.The Cactus Garden
The Cactus Garden was created by local artist, the late Cesar Manrique, and features an impressive collection of Cacti and sculptures and a restored WindmillCastillo de San Gabriel
The Castillo de San Gabriel is a 16th Century fortress overlooking Arrecife Harbour.Mirador del Rio
Mirador Del Rio boasts spectacular views of La Graciosa and other small islands.Casa Museo y Monumento al Campesino
The House and Monument to the Farm Labourer are a tribute to the traditional farming techniques of Lanzarote.Castillo de San Jose
The Castillo de San José, built in 1799, now houses a Modern Art Gallery and Restaurant.Rancho Texas is a and only a 10 minute walk from the villa......definitely worth a visit!