The villas are next door to each other with a connecting garden gate, so are ideal for larger parties to take both villas or for smaller groups to take just one villa. Each villa will sleep a maximum of 6 people. Both are very well equipped with the latest appliances and furnished to a very high standard complete with double glazing.
Each villa consists of: modern kitchen with ceramic hob & electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, kettle, toaster & coffee maker, washing machine, iron and ironing board; leading to the lounge/dining room with a flat screen TV, DVD player & satellite system with limited channels. There is a stylish two & three seater sofa as well as a modern glass dining table for six, with sea views and patio doors opening onto the pool terrace; the hall way leads to the 1st twin bedroom with built in wardrobes and night stands; bathroom with bath/shower and an attractive private garden area; 2nd twin bedroom, again with built in wardrobes and night stands; master bedroom with a double bed, night stands and dressing table, walk in wardrobe, ensuite bathroom with walk in shower, as well you have sea views from the master bedroom with a patio door opening to the pool/barbecue area.
The outside space is very well planned, with uninterrupted sea views and a built in barbecue complete with outside sink and ample space to cook up a feast in this well shaded 6 seater dining area. The pool is 7m x 4m with a depth ranging from 1.3 – 1.6m, rectangular in shape with Roman style steps and is heated during the winter months (Nov – April) with a spacious south facing sun terrace, with plenty of room for the 6 sun loungers. There is also a pool table to keep you occupied once you've whiled away a few hours sunbathing.
Pool details: Shape Rectangular Size 7m x 4m Depth range 1.3m to 1.6m Water type Normal Heating Electric Steps Roman style Handrails No Pool cover Yes
The villas are complete with off road parking, ample space for two vehicles per bungalow.
Villas are situated close to Playa Flamigo near the Timanfaya Palace Hotel. Life in Playa Blanca started out as a very simple fishing village but as Lanzarote has became more popular with tourists Playa Blanca has grown into a thriving and popular resort. It has a new marina (Marina Rubicon) which is host to many top class restaurants and boats, marina rubicon is an ideal places to wonder around shopping and have a bite to eat and every Wednesday and Saturday there is a market here.The main attractions in Playa Blanca the nearby beaches. Some of the best beaches in the Canary Islands are just four miles (six km) away at Papagayo Beach. The resort is mainly geared for families and couples looking for a relaxing time either on one of the beaches or wandering around the promenade looking to do some shopping. While Playa Blanc doesn't offer the same variety of nightlife as Puerto del Carmen, visitors can still party well into the early hours in the disco and karaoke bars located at Centro Comercial Papagayo or Centro Comercial Punta Limones. Locals come out to play on Friday and Saturday nights, while the holiday Reps tend to party on Wednesday night. Bear in mind that Nightlife tends to kick-off later in Spain and many bars won't get busy until well after midnight – don't worry though, some of the Disco-bars in Centro Comercial Papayago are open until 6am! Since the resort has a large proportion of self-catering villas and bungalows, there is no shortage of places to eat. The seafront at the centre of town is literally lined with restaurants catering to just about every taste and nationality imaginable. If you feel up to it you can even take the ferry to the neighbouring island of Fuerteventura. The trip takes just twenty minutes and is a fabulous excursion.