|Sleeps up to:||5 (2 bedrooms)|
|Nearest beach:||Playa Grande, Puerto del Carmen: 0.7||Notes:|
|Vistas del Mar new holiday properties in a fantastic location within an exclusive gated residential area which is close to a large selection of shops restaurants and bars. We have two properties here: Casa Catalina and Casa Lisa, both self-contained with identical facilities. Cleverly designed and finished to an extremely high standard - the emphasis is on out-door living with a spacious al-fresco dining terrace, private heated swimming pool and sun loungers. Both our properties here have their own private pool. There are no shared facilities. Tias Golf Course is a short distance away (approx 1 mile).
|Puerto Del Carmen Vistas del Mar area|
|Puerto del Carmen is a harbour settlement just south of the island capital Arrecife. It has expanded northward along a series of beaches. There are some hotels but most tourist accommodation is in small-scale groups of low-rise apartments and villas. Shops, restaurants and bars by the hundreds run the length of the sea front. The Old Town or harbour end of Town has the best restaurants and excellent shopping in the Biosfera shopping centre. A busy and cheerful town, but considerably more relaxed than resorts on other Canary Islands.
There is an excellent walk or cycle track from Puerto del Carmen all the way to Arrecife through Playa Honda and there is now a new path to Puerto Calero Marina (wonderful restaurants!) Cycles can be hired from a number of outlets. There are Supermarkets within a short walk of Vistas del Mar.
|How to get there|
Flights to Lanzarote from Dublin, Cork and Belfast and most UK airports.
|Activities near Puerto Del Carmen|
|TWO PEOPLE PAY LESS - ALL WEEKS!
One third deposit required on booking. Balance payable two months before start of holiday. Payment by credit or debit cards by telephone or secure on-line payments (e-mail for details). Quoted prices in GBP (£). Payments are converted automatically to Euros by your card provider.
|Displayed prices are per property per week for two people.
There is a £35 per person per week supplement for additional guests (£5 per night).
However if you have two children under 17 we will only charge the supplement for one child.
The property sleeps 4 people in two bedrooms - one double and one twin.
A 5th person can be accommodated (if a child ) using a fold-away bed or "Z bed" which can be hired at £3 per night.
For babies a cot can be hired for £3 per night cot hire (high chair also available at the same rate). There is no "per person" charge for your baby if you bring your own travel cot.
You can book any number of nights ( e.g 10 night stays) - a pro-rata price is calculated by dividing the weekly price by 7 and multiplying by the number of nights. One third deposit is required to book. The balance is payable two months before the holiday start date.
When we have confirmed the price you can pay by credit / debit card online or by telephone. You can also pay by cheque or online bank transfer.
Flexible. You can book any number of days. Our prices are shown on the chart in weeks - extra nights are worked out on a pro-rata basis.
Our availability calendar only indicates "unavailable" when BOTH our villas are booked
|Date Submitted: March 28, 2008 Date of Stay: March 2008
Tim/ Cathy Just returned from Casa Catalina, we would like to thank you for the use of your lovely Villa, we all had a wonderful time. we could not fault anything, all amenities were to a high standard & the weather was fabulous. I am sure we will contact you again in the future to rebook. Should you require any testimonials at any time, we would be more than happy to recommend. Thanks Dave & Heather
Date Submitted: December 23, 2008 Date of Stay: December 2008
The photos do not do this house justice!! A beautiful villa in a great location. The Villa is equiped with everything you could need and more, it was spotlessly clean and the pool was cleaned twice in the week we were there. The property is very well managed and both the information pack provided and the welcome pack were a lovely touch. The owners could not do more and their property managers were extremely helpful. I would definitely go back and strongly recommend the villa to family and friends alike. The restaurants in the old Town are a 10 minute walk and the selection and quality is amazing. For shoppers the Biosphere is also a 10 minmute walk with a huge range of shops.The lady who came in midweek to change our towels also booked an airport taxi which turned up exactly as requested!! Great service all round.
HI Cathy & Tim,
Just a few words to say what a lovely villa you
have, We stayed at Casa Catalina and found the accomodation 1st class
especially the heated pool. The management team were very helpful when
needed and I will not hesitate to return, Thanks Athony & lisa
|Prices for 1 guest
|The Lanzarote region|
There is something more to the Canary Island of Lanzarote than the sandy beaches and sunshine that it enjoys in abundance. Here the volcanic upheavals and the ingenious methods by which the people have survived them have left a landscape, which is not just extraordinary but positively startling. The volcanic rock of the Timanfaya National Park comes in all colours shapes textures and sizes. Fields of black volcanic soil surround the villages of small white houses with beautiful onion-domed chimney stacks. There is a beach to suit every taste: from the busy resorts of Puerto Del Carmen and Costa Tequise, the wild surfing beach at Famara in the west or the golden sandy coves of the southern peninsular of Papagayo. Pleasure boats from Puerto Del Carmen harbour explore the coast to Pueto Calero Marina and ferries connect with neighbouring Fuerteventura from Playa Blanca. Inland there is the spectacular Mountains of Fire trail through the lunar volcanic landscape which culminates in a visit to the restaurant where steaks are grilled over the natural heat. Many of the leading attractions have been designed by the artist, Manrique - including the beautiful Jameos Del Aqua lagoon and caverns, the Jardin de Cactus at Guatiza, or the Monumento El Campesino (museum of rural life) with its outstanding restaurant which specialises in traditional Canarian food and wine.