About the property
- Villa2002 sq. ft.
- Separate WC's0
- Minimum Stay5 nights
A beautiful villa in a GOLF course, exotic gardens, breathtaking seaviews
An exclusive villa in Tecina Golf Course in the middle of a magnificent garden with more than 200 botanic species.
The 186 sqm villa provides accommodation for 6 people in 3 luxury bedrooms with 4 complete bathrooms.
High quality furnishing gives the villa its canarian style with sculptures and paintings from local artists.
Its stunning sea views, with the Teide (3718 m) as a background, and the absence of noise provides peace, tranquility and regeneration.
Its lavish gardens with an impressive variety of plants and different corners gives a nostalgic taste.
A new beautiful private pool designed as an oasis overlooking the ocean.
Average temperature in winter: 24º
Average temperature in summer: 26º
How to get to the villa: Access to La Gomera is by ferry from Los Christianos on Tenerife to San Sebastian.
Flights from mainland Europe arrive at both Tenerife North and South, but flights to La
Gomera come in from Tenerife North. Flight time from TFN is about 20 minutes.
The airport is located just beside the villas and is has an appearance of
modern traditional Canarian Style.
Cars are available for rental at the airport and in the harbor of San Sebastian.
La Gomera has a conical topography caused by its origins as a volcanic island. The roads
therefore display a radial pattern to the coast from the higher elevations. The road
network is well surfaced and cross The National Park and the protected areas. Driving time from San
Sebastian to Playa Santiago is about 25 minutes.
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- Response time:
- within two days
- English, Spanish
- Calendar last updated:
- Feb 8, 2018
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A big beautiful house with breathtaking view.
A big house in beautiful surroundings and a beautiful garden. Breathtaking view and a big heated private pool. One thing to say about the house: It really needs refurbishment all over. It shows that the house is some years old and it is well worn
But all over a nice big house in the most beautiful island in the Canaries.
Thank you very much for your kind words.
I am very glad that you liked it.
La Gomera is indeed a beautiful Island, and the location of Casa Chica is magnificent.
I appreciate your feedback regarding the interior of the house.
Though it is true that the house is decorated in a old fashioned way, in harmony with it´s surroundings, there are definitely some things that need to be renewed.
We have taken the appropriate actions, and we hope that the result will be the to the satisfaction of our future guests.
Very nice place
Our best vacation ever. a beautiful place and Shirly Millo were fantastic to help us and too guide us... so thanks :)
Fabulous La Gomera villa, overlooking the ocean
This villa is a stunning 5* experience. From the moment we made contact with the owners, we loved all aspects of the place. Set in its own grounds, with fantastic views across the ocean to Tenerife, the villa provides an excellent holiday base. Large rooms, all spotlessly clean, with comfortable furniture and stunning works of art. The 3 bedrooms sleep a total of six and each has an en-suite brand new luxury bathroom. We dined outside, often sitting on the verandah, with delicious food picked from the garden (avocadoes, bananas, oranges, grapefuit, lemons....). The beautiful infinity pool in the grounds, is a short walk and up some steps, but well worth it!
Peaceful and quiet, this holiday would suit anyone wanting to 'get away from it all'. We ate at local restaurants recommended by the owners, and also played tennis, squash and paddle tennis at the nearby Hotel Tecina. The villa is surrounded by the golf course - very quiet during our stay. The island is a walkers' paradise, and we loved the Garajonay National Park. We also enjoyed swimming in the sea, at the nearby black beaches, but made sure there were locals already in the water - as the tides can be very strong. This place is not for you if you are looking for lots of shops, entertainment or nightlife! However, if you love nature - hoopoes, geckos, birds of prey and owls - in an idyllic climate, then this may be just the place for you.
We definitely hope to return.
La Gomera is the closest you get to the Caribbean in Europe. A hideaway in the Atlantic west of the Canary Islands. A under-discovered gem perfect refuge for relax and regeneration. Its rugged beauty has protected it from mass tourism developments. A national park of preserved and protected ancient cloud forest in the north (17 protected areas) and sunny beaches in the south.
Airport (from Tenerife and Gran Canaria) and ferry access, comfortable climate (21 to 28C), welcoming population, part of Europe, European Time Zone (no jet lag), swimming, diving, sailing, trekking, extensive network of signposted hiking trails, biking, geotourism, MAY BE THE NICEST GOLF COURSE IN EUROPE, natural beaches, ocean views, diving, temperate and clean ocean with abundant marine life, focus on music and musicians (AIR STUDIOS La Gomera), focus on nutrition wellness and health, eco sensitive, relaxed and safe lifestyle-virtually no crime, first class medical and social services. ROMANTIC AND ECLECTIC
Other Activities: Botanical garden, eco activities, walks...
Golf: The villas are located just in the middle of the Tecina golf course. We can book your golf sessions and obtain special discounts.
Tecina is one of the most spectacular courses in Europe, occupying a sensational cliff top setting within a former banana plantation on the south side of the small island of La Gomera. Laid out by Martin Ebert when he was part of the Donald Steel design company, the course opened for play in 2003 and its 18 holes are laid out above ‘la lomada Tecina’.
Indeed, the fairways at Tecina are routed in a most ingenious way, slaloming down a hillside with a drop of over 500 feet between the first hole at the top and final hole at the bottom, next to the clubhouse.
Indigenous plants, shrubs and cacti have been planted over substantial swathes of the property and these extravagant botanical arrangements – along with wonderful views of the Atlantic and Mount Teide on nearby Tenerife – present a beautiful backdrop when playing at Tecina.
It’s not often a course can justifiably lay claim to possessing a trio of signature holes but Tecina certainly can and downhill shots played to the exposed greens at holes 4, 10 and 12 are golfing highlights during a round here that will live long in the memory.
The club hosted the Canary Islands Championships in 2005 and more recently, Welshman Rhys Davies claimed first prize in the inaugural Fred Olsen Challenge de España event on the European Challenge Tour in September 2009.
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Prices for the whole villa,