Casa Bonita is situated in the exclusive Los Mojones area of Puerto del Carmen in Lanzarote, only 15 minutes from Arrecife Airport. It is approximatley a 5 minute stroll to the old town of Peurto del Carmen, with its Harbour area and many shops, bars and restaurants. The Villa is Bright, spacious and furnished to a high standard throughout. The Villa has a Sitting Room come Dinning room with wall to wall windows looking out over the Pool and Patio area. There is a separate Kitchen with Dinning area which is fully equipped with all modern appliances and utensils. The Master Bedroom, with French doors leading out to the patio and pool, has a Queen Size Bed with Ensuite and Double Sinks. There are Two Twin Bedrooms one with an extra Pull out Bed. The large family Bathroom has Shower, Bath, Toilet and Double Sinks.The Villa has a large Sun Terrace with Sea views. There is a Dinning area with Barbeque which offers both shaded and open areas. There is a heated Pool with pool side shower.
Special Offer: Any weeks available over the next 4 weeks 40% discount, 8 weeks 30%, 12 weeks 20%
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All guests should have holiday insurance
We are back since yesterday, I must say the villa was fantastic - close to everything and to be honest it was probably understated on your website so thanks again
Puerto del Carmen started life as a fishing village and its picturesque harbour at the southern end of the resort is still very much in action. It is a lovely place to unwind over a drink and watch the fishing boats come and go, and if you wander into the square nearby you’ll see the locals playing boules. When you feel more energetic, there is plenty to do here.
There are many companies offering water sports and if necessary instruction in snorkeling and scuba-diving, or you can go riding courtesy of the Rancho Texas riding stables (recently converted to a theme park) in Puerto del Carmen itself or Lanzarote á Caballo at Yaiza. You can admire the underwater world from a submarine or a glass-bottomed boat or try your hand at deep-sea fishing. There are also numerous excursions to attractions further afield – find yourself a copy of The Gazette or Lancelot magazines as these give much information about the island and what is going on.