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A holiday rental home in Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras is a perfect choice when you need a warm weather holiday.

There are many good reasons to choose Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras for your next holiday. For many, the weather is all they need to know. Warm, sunny days can be found no matter the time of year that you plan to holiday to Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras. A holiday rental home in Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras will put you close to the beach and to the many attractions that make this a wonderful place to visit.  

Things to Do on Holiday to Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras, Canary Islands

The beach provides the backdrop for many of the most popular activities in Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras. Swimming, boating, diving and more are just some of the ways you can spend your time whilst on holiday to the area. One thing that Charco del Palo is well-known for is a naturist resort. Here, clothing is optional and visitors can enjoy the beach and many activities surrounded by nature and with like-minded people.

Places to Visit on Holiday to Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras. Canary Islands

There are a number of interesting museums in and near Charco del Palo/Los Cocoterass. The Museum of International Contemporary Art can be found inside of a castle that was built in the 1700’s. The collection is on the small side, but the pieces are important and the museum worth a visit. The Agricultural Museum El Patio is housed in the oldest rural house on the island. Here, you can learn about the island and purchase some locally made wine and cheese. The Emigration Museum tells the fascinating, and sometimes sad, story of the residents who had no choice but to flee the area following volcanic eruptions. For a look to the past, consider a visit to Teguise, here you will find a house that was first built for a successful merchant in the early 18th century. Now, it was been restored to show what life would have been like for a wealthy family during this time period.

Weather in Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras, Canary Islands

The weather in Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras is warm all year, but the temperatures do rise during the summer months. The average low temperatures during the winter are between 15° and 16° C. The average winter highs are between 19° and 22° C. During the spring, it gets only slightly warmer with average highs of between 24° and 26° C. With summer comes much warmer temperatures with average highs of 28° to 29° C. There is usually no rain during the summer, and only a small amount during the rest of the year.

Travel to Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras, Canary Islands

The closest airport to Charco del Palo/Los Cocoteras is Lanzarote Arrecife (ACE), which is about 30 km away. There is also a ferry in Lanzarote.

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            A Month Away From The Cold.

            4 of 5
            We are just back from a month long stay at this apartment and found it to be perfectly adequate for two people. As with all holiday rentals there are some plusses and minuses but overall we had a relaxing stay. Juanvi is a very pleasant person and lives downstairs with his wife / partner and we only met him on arrival and departure. Our Spanish is pathetic so what conversation we had was stilted and initially conducted through Sigrid, a German lady who lives across the road and was with Juanvi when we met at the cactus garden on the first night. I had a little misgiving about meeting a stranger with slump of cash in my pocket but it was totally unfounded. Whilst the apartment couldn't be described as superb, it is far from being a crock and everything works. For our own comfort we bought a few bits, kettle, coffee press etc from Ikea but didn't spend more than about €50 which is nothing if you are there for a month. There is nothing in the way of a bar or restaurant in the village and a car is essential. Guatiza is about 2.5 kM away and has a shop or two and a couple of bars and a restaurant which seemed to be pizzas mainly. We never used anything apart from the shop and took the opportunity for a trip out for the occasional lunch or dinner. Be aware the glass sided room and the terrace are North facing and at this time of year the sun is not on the terrace until midday. There is a parasol available which we used behind the steamer chairs as a wind break and it worked fine. This room is good at this time of year for reading or just watching folk come and go. Not sure you could get it dark enough for sleeping in. The main bedroom is large and has a good sized double bed and two large wardrobes. There is no safe anywhere but we just left the laptop etc in the wardrobe and locked the bedroom door when we were out and about. Los Cocoteros appears to be a very safe place and people frequently leave doors and windows open all day. Juanvi provided a fan heater which we used twice to take the chill off the bedroom before turning in. There is a lightweight duvet and bedspread but we only saw one set of bedding so part of our €50 spend was on another set from Euro Spar and we left every thing we bought for future clients. Wifi is fairly reliable and runs at around 2meg which allowed us to do FaceTime calls to our kids and watch UK tv via the Film-on app. So, overall it's not the Ritz Carlton but it is perfectly liveable.
            • Review Submitted: 03-Mar-2016
            • Date of Stay: Jan 2016