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Villa Saoirse - Peurto Del Carmen, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

€1,050 Per week
House to Let | 3 Beds | 3 Baths
  • Overview


Property Overview:

  • 3 Bedrooms (1 double, 2 twin : sleeps 7), 3 Bathrooms

Available to Move In:


Property Description:

Ref 10344

Type: Villa; Sleeps: 7 (3 Bedrooms); Nearest Beach: End of road (0.2 km); Change Over Day: Flexible; Owner will consider house swap; Wheelchair inaccessible; Suitable for children; Suitable for the elderly; Pets not allowed

The property is located about 15 mins taxi ride from the airport which costs about 10 euro. You don't need a car to get around as everything is on the doorstep and taxis are inexpensive. The old town is great particularly at night, well worth checking out. This villa is ideal for those who need internet as Wi-Fi is available to visitors at no additional cost. There are two big beaches and several small coves within walking distance.

The Lanzarote Region

Lanzarote is a great sun destination all year round. Closer to Africa than Spain ; drier than parts of the Sahara, ecologically friendly, and a visitors delight. These are just some of the assets of Lanzarote, the archipelago's most easterly island.

Another title, Land of 100 Volcanoes, understates the influence nature has had in sculpting this fascinating island. There are actually 300 volcanoes, some still bubbling quietly, some snuffed out. The largest and most visible, Fire Mountain, lies at the heart of the island. Its historical fury, though terrifying at the time of its major eruption back in 1730, has left a legacy of landscapes sublimely tinted red and shadowed by eerie basalt formations.

Lanzarote has over 80 beaches, where you will find turquoise clear waters, wide sandy beaches, popular with families, naturists, windsurfers, BBQ, and divers. Some of the island's beaches are covered with black volcanic sand but many are clothed in the golden glory of the nearby Sahara . This geographical proximity to Africa is often overlooked by visitors dining on Spanish-style tapas, paella and creative Canarian cuisine at the island's vast array of excellent restaurants. The capital, Arrecife, has more than its fair share of quality dining venues, many affording quayside views of dusk horizons you'd swear had been painted by hand. For dinner with a difference, the volcano-fuelled barbecue at El Diablo restaurant at the top of Timanfaya National Park is hard to beat. Fish and meat are cooked utilising 300C of heat emanating from deep within the volcano.

You'll be pleased to hear it's not quite that warm up top. Average daytime temperatures loiter around the 20C mark and rain is rarely part of the vocabulary used by Lanzaroteños. In fact, the island receives less rainfall than parts of the Sahara desert, falling on an average of only 16 days per year, usually between December and February.
Most of the 65,000 inhabitants of this island live on the south-facing coasts, half of them in the capital. Arrecife hasn't always been the seat of local power. Before 1852, Teguise held the mantle of island control. This small town (barely a village) is still regarded by some locals as the 'real' capital, to them Arrecife is merely the main harbour. For elegant architecture and pretty plazas, Teguise definitely rules the roost.

Costa Teguise was developed within the municipality to cater for the influx of visitors keen to share a lifestyle vision of white alleyways, piercing blue skies and transparent waters.

Equally popular with visitors is Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote's main resort area.
Playa Blanca is the island's other coastal centre of appeal, and the most southern. From the sandy beach you can look across the narrow channel to the neighbouring island of Fuerteventura just 11 kilometres away.

However, the combined attractions of Lanzarote, both man-made and natural, may make you decide to put off leaving the island till another time, even if it is just for a daytrip.

Puerto del Carmen Area

Perfect location just four hours flight from Dublin, Cork or Shannon.

Puerto del Carmen, wide, long, peaceful beaches of golden sand, bays, shopping centres, luxury accommodation, restaurants... Quality and good service in the most important tourist area in Lanzarote.

Puerto del Carmen, 10 minutes from the airport, and situated in the south central part of the island, is the principal tourist zone on Lanzarote. From a small seaside village dedicated to fishing, it has been transformed into one of the most popular tourist zones.

Long beaches of calm and clear waters, rest, relax, mild climate, leisure, fun...What more can you ask for from your holidays. We are waiting for you!

Getting There

Winter time aerlingus fly three times per week so it makes an ideal three, four, seven, or ten day trip. Unfortunatel they don't fly in Summer so you must get one or two week flight only with one of the charter companies ie falcon, airtours etc. Upon arrival in Lanzarote the transfer to Puerto del Carmen is only about 15mins. by taxi and costs about 10euro.

Nearest Travel Links

Airport: Arrecife (7 km)

Rental Details

The swimming pool measures 25ft x 15ft and is heated electrically from Oct to Apr., or longer by arrangement. Wide steps and a handrail provide easy accessibility. A selection of pool and beach toys are provided.

Suitable types of Holiday Puerto del Carmen

Fishing; Golf; Course; Tennis courts; Water sports; Mountain Biking; Diving; Swimming; Walking; Surfing; Windsurfing

Exterior Details

There are six loungers around the pool together with six chairs around the outdoor dining table. There are also two very comfortable sofas located under the pergola where you can take an outdoor snooze and not risk getting sun burned. A secure gate provides total privacy from the outside world. The pool is deep therefore it is essential that arm bands are put on small children first thing in the morning to avoid any accidents. There is a rail to assist you into the pool. House alarm and safe are also provided.

Exterior Facilities in Villa Saoirse - Puerto del Carmen

Balcony/Terrace; BBQ; Parking space; Private garden; Private outdoor swimming pool

Interior Details

Cots and high chairs can be arranged at no additional cost. A fold away bed can be set up for the seventh person, ideally a child. The second bathroom is ensuite and has a sunken bath. This bedroom has a five foot double bed and is located away from the other two bedrooms to provide total privacy.

Facilities in Villa Saoirse - Puerto del Carmen

CD player; Cooker; Dish washer; DVD player; Freezer; Fridge; Internet access; Iron; Kettle; Linen provided; Microwave; Television; Toaster; Towels provided; Washing machine; Safe

Bedrooms / Bathrooms

Bedrooms (3) Bathrooms (2) Ensuite (1) Showers (2) WCs (2)

Sleeps a Maximum of 7 people:

Single Beds (4) Double Beds (1)


Dining Seats (6) Lounge Seats (6)


Note: LATE AVAILABILITY daily rates of €125 £100 based on four people sharing. Extra person charged at €20 per person per night. No charge for cots and high chairs.

1 July - 30 Aug 2017 €1,700.00
1 Sept - 31 Oct 2017 €1,350.00
1 - 30 Nov 2017 €1,250.00
1 - 16 Dec 2017 €1,050.00

17 Dec - 10 Jan 2018 €1,700.00
11 Jan - 23 March 2018 €1,450.00
24 March - 9 Apr 2018 €1,700.00
10 Apr - 30 June 2018 €1,500.00
1 July - 31 Aug 2018 €1,800.00
1 Sept - 31 Oct 2018 €1,500.00
1 Nov - 30 Nov 2018 €1,350.00
1 Dec - 16 Dec 2018 €1,100.00


  • Washing Machine
  • Dryer
  • Microwave

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Date Entered/Renewed:

25/5/2020 (48 days ago)

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