Jumat, 13 April 2018

Villa Vista Al Mar

From £1,637 per week

Villa overview - owner's description

Villa Vista Al Mar is situated in the coastal town of Costa Tequise and boasts wonderful panoramic sea views.
Villa Vista Al Mar is situated in the coastal town of Costa Tequise and boasts wonderful panoramic sea views. This lovely villa is can accommodate up to 8 guests in 4 spacious bedrooms and would be the ideal choice for those looking to be close to all the amenities including shops, restaurants and beaches.
Situated all on one level, Villa Vista Al Mar comprises a large lounge and dining room with patio doors leading onto the terrace. A fully equipped kitchen which is perfect for cooking a good family meal. There are 4 bedrooms (2 doubles and 2 twins). The two double bedrooms each have a private ensuite and there is an additional bathroom for the twin bedrooms to share. The rooms have been designed to maximise guest comfort and allow guests the perfect base for a holiday Lanzarote.
The lavish outdoor space allows you to enjoy the all year-round sunshine. Take a dip in the private swimming pool or sit back on one of the sun loungers and admire the beautiful sea view. There are plenty of places to relax both in and out of the sun. Make use of the barbecue and dine al fresco as you watch the sun down.
Take a stroll into the wonderful town of Costa Tequise where you will love the glorious promenade.
Interior Grounds (All on the ground floor)
  • Kitchen with oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine
  • Lounge/dining area with flat screen TV, dining table and chairs, air-conditioning and patio door leading to terrace
  • Bedroom with twin beds and ceiling fans
  • Bedroom with twin beds and ceiling fans
  • Bedroom with double bed, walk-in wardrobe, ceiling fans, ensuite bathroom and patio doors leading to terrace
  • Bedroom with double bed, free standing fan and ensuite bathroom
  • Bathroom with bath, overhead shower, toilet and washbasin
Exterior Grounds
  • Private swimming pool (7x4m, 1.5m depth, heated pool, ladder access)
  • Sun lounger
  • Garden furniture
  • Portable barbecue
  • Al fresco dining facilities
  • Open terrace
  • Comfortable seating area
Villa Facilities
  • Air-conditioning
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Washing machine
  • Sky TV
  • Pool towels provided
  • Free cot and highchair
Lanzarote is a beautiful island situated at the far right of the Canarian archipelago, the closest island to the African continent at the same longitude as the southern tip of Morocco. This location means that we enjoy a temperate sunny climate all year round. Lanzarote has the most consistent climate of all the Canary Islands, with stable temperatures throughout the year, averaging 17ºC (63º F) in January/February and 24º C (75º F) in summer time. 
The whole of the Canary Islands are volcanic, but it is in Lanzarote that the most recent volcanic history is evident and accessible. A visit to Timanfaya National Park located in the south of the island is a must. 
Lanzarote is also a unique example of how one single man can have so much influence on its aspect that one can say Cesar Manrique ‘sculpted' Lanzarote! Lanzarote's greatest and internationally renowned son, left his genius signature everywhere on the island… as sculptor, painter, architect and environmentalist. It is also largely his responsibility that tourism on Lanzarote developed within certain aesthetic guidelines and above all without spoiling the island's landscape heritage, customs and traditions. Except for one hotel building in Arrecife, all buildings on the island are low-rise – “not taller than a Canarian palm” – and you won't find any advertising hoardings at the roadsides! But what you will find at the roadside are fascinating wind mobiles and sculptures and pretty villages in a symphony of white and green! 
Lanzarote is a Biosphere Reserve. It covers 84600 ha including the northern minor islands of La Graciosa, Alegranza and Montana Clara, and has a population which is estimated of over 150.000. The Biosphere Reserve designation by UNESCO corresponds to the social choice of the local communities: the Biosphere Reserve Council has become of high social and political relevance. The reserves are nominated by national governments and must meet certain criteria and adhere to certain conditions before being admitted into the World Network. Each Biosphere Reserve is intended to fulfil three basic functions; to contribute to the conservation of our heritage; to foster sustainable economic and human development; and to provide support for research, monitoring, education and information exchange related to the above. The individual Biosphere Reserves remain under the sovereign jurisdiction of the countries in which they are situated.
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