Holiday apartment with panoramic view to sea and mountains.
... at Lanzarote, in Conil, between the wine-growing area
and the beach of Puerto del Carmen.
You will spend relaxing holidays on the Southern slope of Conil, a quiet and peaceful village with a supermarket and two restaurants at about 300 m distance, hiding from traffic and mass tourism.
Only two km away you may visit the wine-growing area "La Geria" with beautiful bodegas, and the beach of Puerto del Carmen, the largest tourist center, is seven km away.
By a frequently going bus line you are mobile, and to rent a car is quite cheap (from 80,-€/week).
From the apartment's terrace you have a wonderful view over the sea to the islands Lobos and Fuerteventura. Over the mountains you can experience an unforgettable sunset - with a glass of Lanzarote wine, candles, music to dream, and much more...
Inside, too, your apartment offers everything you need for a successful holiday. You'll stay in a cozy place with beds for three persons: Double 180x200 and sofa bed 120x196 (also available with cot 120 x 60). The double bed is situated in a seperate alcove with a curtain, thereby offers this well proportioned apartment plenty of space in the living area where the sofa bed is located. It is also equipped with a mini kitchen, internet via Wi-Fi, satellite TV, radio with USB, safe and much more, all included. Upon request there are also two bicycles, a barbecue and a washing machine.
Everything is perfect to enjoy your holidays, only the exterior is still not quite finished.
The terrace is equipped with everything you need to relax, so you can easily enjoy the wonderful view from your lounger.
Lanzarote doesn't offer only volcanos but also the wonderful "Papagayo" beaches, impressive buildings and arts of the famous artist "César Manrique", interesting concerts and a variety of cultural offer, international sports events and so much more to discover ....
If you have any questions you may contact me.
Ask for the long-term discount.
I am looking forward to your visit. Best regards, Dieter Thielemann