Villas In Tenerife Santa Cruz de Tenerife

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Villas In Tenerife Santa Cruz de Tenerife

 

Directly at first line of sea and next to a nature national park – Tenerife

Apartment, 100 m²,
2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4,
2 Bathrooms

Facilities
near the sea, resort, pool, jacuzzi, terrace, air-conditioning Rates per property
Set rates in Euros
€124/night
€872/week

GBP Conversion – Estimated
£114/night
£800/week

villa in tenerifeNew in 2009, high class and new furniture.
Directly at first line of sea and next to a nature national park. 2 bedrooms wit each bathroom en suite, Entrance, guest toilet, dining area and living room. Fully fitted kitchen with ceran-hub, oven, dish washer, coffee machine, cooker, toaster, juice press, refrigerator with ice compartment. Exaust. 2 bedrooms with large double beds Bathroom Bathroom wit jaccuzi, shower and double wash-basin, the other bathroom with shower and also with double wash-basin. High class and new furniture. There are enough bedlinen and towels in the apartment. Washing machine and tumbler. Sat-TV. Air condition in all rooms. Living space approx. 100 sqm Large terrace with garden and nice furniture. Sun beds at pool area. heated pool in winter Supermarket and restaurants only 1km, Golf Los Palos 3km, coastline 100m, airport TFS 14km, Los Crstianos 10km.

Bathrooms:
Bathroom 1 – Toilet, Jacuzzi
Bathroom 2 – Toilet, Shower Enclosure
Bathroom with jaccuzi, shower and double wash-basin, the other bathroom with shower and also with double wash-basin.

Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
Bedroom 1 – 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed
Bedroom 2 – 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed
2 bedrooms with large double beds

Location: Santa Cruz in Canary Islands
Nearest Airport: tenerife south (Reina Sopia) at 10 Kilometres
Nearest Beach: beach at 100 Metres
Directly at first line of sea and next to a nature national park

Villa in Tenerife – wonderful area, 200 meters to the beach Bollullo – Tenerife

House, 75 m²,
2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4,
2 Bathrooms

Facilities
beach, near the sea, terrace, balcony, satellite or cable Rates per property
Set rates in Euros
€91/night

GBP Conversion – Estimated
£83/night

villa in tenerife3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, basic kitchen, dining & living room, sleeps up 8.
At 765 metres high, Lo de Carta has spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and Gran Canaria far below. It is situated above the village of Arafo on the road leading up to the Teide National Park on the east side of the Island of Tenerife. It nestles amongst the slopes of a large working vineyard. The house was built in the 18th century and still retains its true Canarian country style architecture. The house has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, dining room and living room with operating fireplace. The house is entered from a beautiful patio and leads on to a bodega and traditional wine press, one of the finest on the island. The house can sleep up to 8 people. We offer discounts for four or less people.

Location: Santa Cruz in Canary Islands
Nearest Airport: Tenerife South / Tenerife North at 45 Kilometres
Nearest Ferry: Santa Cruz at 20 Kilometres
Nearest Beach: beach at 5 Kilometres
Car: necessary
Much of the borough, particularly higher up, is classed as National Park and is perfect for hikers. There are plenty of walks through the valleys and barrancos alongside the tight belts of vineyards and orchards. The natural beauty of the lava rivers that never quite made it to the sea and the ravines surrounding the town, such as the Añavingo ravine (important because of its outstanding endemic species) make the views spectacular.

Local Area: Mountain walking. There is wine cooperative close by. This region is known for its local wine. The town of Candelaria is close by, where the black Madonna is situated . She is the patron of Tenerife. There are several restaurants here which serve fish, a famous church in the plaza. You can drive to the ‘Teide’ which is the highest volcano in Europe . You can visit the Piramids of Guimar which where made by the Guanches the aborigines of Tenerife until the 1500′s. There is an auditorium, they have also dedicated an area to primitive navigation.

Beaches: Candelaria has a beach that should only be used by strong swimmers, even closer there is a beautiful beach in ‘ El Puerto de Guimar ‘, where you will some nice fish restaurants. Santa Cruz has a beautiful beach which you must pay to get into but which is well worth it.

Villa In Tenerife – Casa Rural Lo de Carta, Arafo – Tenerife

villa-in-tenerifeFarm house located in a Vineyard, Arafo, Tenerife

At 765 metres high, Lo de Carta has spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and Gran Canaria far below. It is situated above the village of Arafo on the road leading up to the Teide National Park on the east side of the island of Tenerife. It nestles amongst the slopes of a large working vineyard.

The house was built in the 18th century and still retains its true Canarian country style architecture. The house has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, dining room and living room with operating fireplace.
The house is entered from a beautiful patio and leads on to a bodega and traditional wine press – one of the finest on the island.
The house can sleep up to 8 people. We offer discounts for four or less people.
Recommendations / Local Activity:
At 765 metres high, Arafo is on the road leading up to the Teide National Park on the east side of the island of Tenerife, so there are plenty of areas to walk .
There is a wine producing cooperative, the pyramids are only a 10 minute drive away. Santa cruz is 20 minutes drive away where there are plenty of shopping areas.
There are summer festivals not only in this village, but in the local area too.
There are many beautiful and interesting villages and towns on Tenerife worth mentioning for a variety of different reasons, but one town which may often get overlooked is Arafo.

Situated in the South East of Tenerife, only 35 minutes from each of Tenerife’s two airports and only 25 minutes from Santa Cruz, this stunning place is where you should head for a taste of authentic Spain in majestic surroundings.

Much of the borough, particularly higher up, is classed as National Park and is perfect for hikers. There are plenty of walks through the valleys and barrancos alongside the tight belts of vineyards and orchards. The natural beauty of the lava rivers that never quite made it to the sea and the ravines surrounding the town, such as the Añavingo ravine (important because of its outstanding endemic species) make the views spectacular.

The town itself is attractive enough to warrant any visit. In a particularly excellent example of town planning, the peculiar layout and striking cleanliness and orderliness of the buildings, streets and squares lead you straight to the town centre every time.

Arafo is well renowned for its love of music and all things musical. The town centre reflects this with a large gazebo and an interesting statue of a naked lady dancing with a long string of musical notes.

This is a town of history too. Arafo appears with this name in the first ever records of Tenerife at the beginning of the 16th Century, but before the Spanish conquest this town was a very important Guanche area and the name Arafo lives on from them. There have been many burial caves discovered among the precipices and summits of the mountains guarding the horizon.

Colonists settled all over the area right from the start. The growth of Arafo was never large or fast because of its distance from the sea, but the people lived well from farming many different crops and it´s 5,000 inhabitants still mainly live off agriculture and, due to the ravines that run down from Teide, now also produce their own natural water.

Arafo became a borough in 1812 and was granted the title of town in 1983, the first to be awarded this distinction under the Canary Island Regional Government.

One of the towns most striking visiting points is the Parish Church of San Juan Degollado. The original church was built in 1673 and was devoted to San Juan Bautista but changed to Degollado (cut throat) to distingish it from the one in Güimar. The Church was gradually expanded and contains some interesting works of art inside including the figure of San Juan.

Arafo is a beautiful, calm, historic town and well worth a visit. It has some authentic Spanish tavernas and the towns passion for music means you are likely to get involved in an impromptu sing-along at some point.
Arafo is host to many famous traditional groups and has always been famous for its orchestra, band and choir. During the festival season a must see for music lovers is the romeria of San Augustin on the last Sunday of August and the Carnival of San Bernardo on 31st August.

Don´t forget to take advantage of Arafos fame for its local wines and desserts, make any day a festival.

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