This modern villa situated in a quiet location of Los Mojones retains some of the classic features of the island, surrounded by a traditional lava rock wall, and well kept tropical gardens. Away from the hustle and bustle of the resort, a 20 minute stroll will bring you to the Old Town square which is surrounded by a number of recommended restaurants with views of the harbour and traditional fishing boats. The evening brings a change in ambiance as the local music bars bring to life this part of the resort. For beaches you can choose between the sandy cove in the old town or the long sandy beaches of the new town, where you will find everything you need to compliment your holiday. The villa comprises of large wooden entrance door to bright spacious lounge, comfortable leather sofas and traditional leather easy chair, coffee table, Satellite TV (limited channels), DVD player; open plan dining area with glass table to seat six and patio doors leading to extensive sun terraces and pool.
The east coast is touched by some of the more spectacular beaches, such as Quemada Beach, close to the more elegant Harbour of Puerto Calero, known for welcome ones of the best fish restaurant of the island.
Costa Teguise and Puerto del Carmen represent the more touristic areas with relaxing beaches untouched by the wind and a chilly nightlife, with a multitude of bars, restaurants,for all tastes.
Puerto del Carmen has a very long sandy beach with a gentle slope into the sea. It’s safe for bathers of all ages, including children. Behind the beach is the main thoroughfare - over a mile of busy shops, restaurants and bars, with many holiday villas and apartment blocks sitting behind these.
Lanzarote is a a gift of nature and without any doubt an incomparable paradise combining the magic of its history with an enviable spring climate throughout the year, beautiful beaches and breathtaking landscapes, a paradise of unique nature which friendly people proved to know how to take care of.
Lanzarote is a volcanic island, largely covered by lava fields caused by volcanic eruptions in the eighteenth century.
Lanzarote was the second Biosphere Reserve in the Canaries, adding a new component:for the first time was declared by UNESCO a territory as a whole, including all of its population centers. The perfect symbiosis achieved in Lanzarote between man and nature is without any doubt the main cause of this international recognition.
The island you will find amazing beaches, secluded coves, trekking path, bike rentals, many surf, kite and windsurf schools, scuba-diving, boat trips. You could do some climbing up to the Volcanoes, relax in one of the amazing SPA or practice Yoga during the sunset.