Apartments Marcastel is a private complex with several of the apartments rented out for holidays. Situated in a quiet area of Playa Blanca, yet only a few minutes walk from the beautiful Dorada beach, the new marina and the Central Avinada, with their many fine restaurants, bars and shopping.
Marcastel is therefore ideally situated to relax away from it all yet still enjoy all the amenities of the resort without the need to drive.
It is about 35 minutes by taxi or car from the airport. Alternatively transport may be arranged both ways at time of booking.
Accommodation: this comfy, bright, spacious well equipped first floor apartment, comprises of: Large lounge, with dinning area. Fully equipped kitchen oven, fridge-freezer & microwave. 1 double bedroom.1 twin bedroom. Bathroom with shower. Large balconies to front & rear with views to the Ajaches Mountains offer ample space to relax, dine or take advantage of private sun bathing.
Playa Blanca is the most southerly resort on Lanzarote with views across to Fuerteventura, only a mere 11 Km by ferry, which leaves from the harbor several times a day.
Beautiful and relaxed, with a delightful promenade, interesting shops and superb restaurants within ten minute walk from the apartment.
Take a walk by the sea. A paved promenade now runs for approximately 4 miles along the length of the resort,
From the new marina to east, taking in the harbour and continuing out to the light house on the western point.
A drive up to Femes early evening not only rewards you with good food, the view is awesome.
If its fish takes your fancy then it is well worth the drive to the village of El-Golfo, again best early evening to appreciate the colours & spectacle of the landscape, ocean & sun sets.
It has many advantages for those looking for sun, sea and sand with a variety of beaches close to the apartment, said to be some of the best on the island.
For the more energetic, the resort offers a range of activities including diving, sailing, water sports, tennis, par 3 golf course, walking etc and it is an excellent base for sight seeing.
OUT & ABOUT, EXCURSIONS / PLACES TO VISIT
Details are available from the travel agents. Or nip over the road to the Sun Royal reception and pick up some leaflets. The Holiday reps will be glad to take a booking.
The jeep safari is a great way to see the island.
Timafaya: (Fire Mountains)
Fifty square kilometres of volcanoes and lava fields have
been turned into a national park
Coaches take you across the volcanic landscape.
Cesar Manrique Foundation,
The famous artist Cesar Manrique, Insistent on a blend with environment, had a big influence on the development of the island. A legacy of his works is to be found all around the island.
The house in Tahaiche on the site of 5 volcanic bubbles, holds a stunning collection of his paintings, drawings, plans and photographs.
The Cactus Garden towards the north is deigned to display over 1,400 different species.
Los Jamos Del Agua: A pre-historic volcanic irruption with natural caves having roofless bubbles of lava and a beautiful underground lake. Here he created a setting of artistically arranged flora with a complex of restaurants, bars and concert cave with wonderful acoustics.
Mirador Del Rio: Yet another of his creations. From the top of a cliff hundreds of meters above sea level, is a viewing point. The views over the island of Graciosa are simply breathtaking.
The capital political and commercial centre.
Meander through the streets and find that quaint little shop, or stop off at one of the many street café’s and bars and just watch the world go by while the ladies take in a little retail therapy.
Museums and art galleries can be found in the old fort at the harbour entrance.
The main resort offers 12 kilometres of sandy beach and rocky coves. The hub of the islands nightlife with bars restaurants clubs and shops galore. It now also bosts the latest Tieas 18 hole golf course.
The second resort, long sandy beaches, plenty of shops bars and restaurants. Wind surfing centre.
18 hole international golf course
Lanzarote, A’ Jewel in the crown of the Atlantic. Palm trees, mountains, golden sand, moonscapes and quality development with no high rise, set 68 miles off the western coast of Africa, the most exclusive of the Canary Islands. Views of the Fire Mountains and the sunsets are among many of the outstanding features of a stay on the island. Where else can you enjoy an average temperature of 24ºC, experience hardly any rain and enjoy sunshine all year round.
Playa Blanca, once a tiny fishing village on the southern most tip of the island. With ongoing luxury development it is now a major resort boasting a fabulous new marina. Ferries depart daily from the harbour to the island of Fuerteventura.
Adjacent to Timafay national park (fifty square kilometres of volcanoes and lava fields, where the visitor’s centre restaurant cooks meals by volcanic power) and the strikingly contrasting white sands of the beautiful Papago beaches.
Golf, diving, sailing, surfing, fishing are all close by.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event||Minimum Stay|
Oct 16 2013 - Dec 18 2014
|extra night: £37|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (British Pound) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.