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Villa Bamanija sets new standards for luxury on Lanzarote and is located in the exclusive village of Puerto Calero with its marina, excellent restaurants and boutiques.
As soon as you enter the villa, you will be struck by the imposing entrance area. The open-plan concept in the lower area of the villa elegantly connects the hallway, the living room, kitchen and dining area which is flooded with light thanks to the almost 10 m long window front. In addition, there is a guest toilet and a cosy bedroom with en-suite bathroom as well as direct access to the pool terrace on the ground floor.
The view from the living area focuses not only on the sea, but also on the impressive 25 m long pool, which is aligned perfectly to the south. The pool has an automatic retractable cover and a pool heater to ensure perfect swimming temperatures even in the coldest months of the year. The terrace is equipped with a nice barbecue area, a large table and a lounge. From the terrace you can have access to the bocce court and an artificial grass area for games and sports.
Back in the house, a modern staircase with glass banisters leads to the upper floor. In addition to a bedroom with en-suite bathroom, there is also the master bedroom with a two-metre wide double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower and bathtub. Both bedrooms share a large terrace with sun loungers, a sitting area and a magnificent sea view.
On the lower floor there are two more bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom, a separate living area and a small garden. There is direct access to the upper terrace and pool from the garden area, which floods the lower floor with light. Rounding off the villa is a cosy lounge with billiards, foosball, darts and ping-pong table, as well as its own bar, fridge and music system.
Lanzarote forms the northeasternmost outpost of the Canarian archipelago. Only about 11 km to the south of Lanzarote is the Canary Island of Fuerteventura. To the north lie the small islands of the Chinijo Archipelago: La Craciosa, Montanña Clara, Alegranza, Roque del Oeste, and Roque del Este.
All of these belong to Lanzarote and are, with the exception of La Graciosa, uninhabited. Up until very recently, La Graciosa could not even obtain the status of an island.
Lanzarote has over 213 km of coastline, of which 10 km are sandy and 16 km are rocky beaches. The island’s natural bounty is incomparable, and was recognized by UNESCO when it designated Lanzarote, the first island of its kind, a biosphere reserve in 1993.