This luxurious Villa is detached and very private with fantastic views of Montana Roja, Fuerteventura and Lobos. It is a perfect location for a great family holiday in the sun!
Over two floors, you will find the beautifully decorated master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a spacious dressing area that leads out to it's own large sun terrace.There are two twin bedrooms and a spacious, family bathroom. The stylish lounge offers satellite TV, PS2 Console(No Games) and DVD player. Off from the modern fitted kitchen is the covered dining area.
The dining area is open to the terrace creating that 'Al Fresco' atmosphere, the perfect place to dine or just relaxing with a glass of wine. The beautiful heated swimming pool, large patio areas and a planted garden are perfect for sunbathing and relaxing and the property is totally private with Lava rocks walls to the perimeter. Local shops, cafes and restaurants are just two minutes drive away.
Outside, Pool, Patio & Garden: The beautiful Private Heated Pool is managed twice weekly, cleaned for your arrival and water samples checked etc, approx 8m x 4m and maximum 1.80m deep in the centre, access via Roman steps, with a solar pool cover, which should be put on during the night and when not in use to help with maintaining the water temperature, and keeping clean.
Large patio areas and a planted garden are perfect for sunbathing and relaxing. Plastic glasses, six sunbeds with cushions, six chairs, large oval patio table and two low tables are provide for use around the pool/patio.
The dining area is open to the terrace creating that 'Al Fresco' atmosphere, the perfect place to dine or just relaxing with a glass of wine. Traditional canarian bbq for those evenings at home relaxing.
The property is totally private with lava rocks walls to the perimeter.
About Lanzarote: In 1987 Lanzarote was declared one of the six universal models of sustainable development by the World Tourism Organization and in 1993 it was declared a Reserve of the Biosphere by UNESCO.
Lanzarote is the most easterly of the seven major Canary Islands and lies in the Atlantic Ocean only some 100 km (60 miles) from the coast of Africa and 1,000 km from the Iberian Peninsula.
The island enjoys an average temperature of 22ºC all year-round due to its advantageous location in the Tropic of Cancer. Lanzarote has an unusual volcanic terrain and will not disappoint travellers yearning for breathtaking eco-tourist attractions. Lanzarote has a staggering 300 volcanoes, extensive lava fields at Timanfaya National Park show the violent volcanic activity that became Isla de Lanzarote.
Amongst the most outstanding attractions are the Art, Culture and Tourist Centres, the world famous artist César Manrique's sensitive response to Lanzarote´s unique geography and people was instrumental in creating a pervasive artistic identity throughout the island.
Explore subterranean volcanic tunnels through lava tubes created by molten lava. Los Jameos del Agua is the most widely visited lava tube in Lanzarote, owing to the sparkling blue lake that lies in its centre and its development by Canarian artist Cesar Manrique in 1968. Volcanoes and frozen lava rivers are not the only places worth seeing in Lanzarote. The paradise island is home to miles of white-sand beaches and gorgeous coastline. Windsurfing, para sailing, scuba diving, and other forms of water sports are some of the most exciting ways to enjoy the refreshing turquoise waters in Lanzarote.
What a gorgeous villa for our family holiday. We had a fabulous holiday loving the fact that the villa was in a very quiet area with just a short walk to the local shops, perfect for those breakfast croissants. We had a car to go and explore the island but the villa was so lovely we often enjoyed just chilling by the pool. Casa Olivina its self was very spacious, decorated tastefully, and impeccably clean. The villa was very well equipped with everything that we could have asked for, the books and DVD’s were a nice touch and very useful. The pool was perfect for playing in, which was just what we wanted and we made good use of the BBQ too.
All in all this was an excellent villa, faultless for a family holiday we would recommend to friends.
Thank you to Shaun and Lorraine for such good communication and efficiency.
Playa Blanca is located on the south of the island and still retains the atmosphere of a once small fishing village. This flourishing but tranquil resort is ideal for family and people looking for relaxation: with its beach borderlined by picturesque restaurants and a shop lined promenade, almost always basked in warm sunshine and offers superb views of the mountains and the island of Lobos and Fuerteventura.
From the harbour at Playa Blanca, ferries cross several times each hour to Fuerteventura.
Papagayo, the most gorgeous beaches on the island is a conservation area. Accessed by foot, car or water taxi, beach after beach, six in total, of golden sand and clear water, with some great snorkelling at their rocky edges.
Marina Rubicon has a selection of restaurants, cafes, bars, designer shops, galleries and market.
Timanfaya National Park transformed by the Volcanic eruptions is surreal, the landscape is totally unique, experience the lunar landscape and views of the volcanoes.
Other Activities: Relaxing Sunbathing