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As you enter Villa Coco, you are led directly into the cosy living room with an open-plan kitchen and dining area which is furnished with high-quality furniture. From the living area, you can access the pool area through the large patio doors.
The master bedroom is right next to the living room and is furnished with sliding glass doors that also lead to the villa’s pool area. The opposite window opens onto a beautiful view of the tropical plants in the garden surrounding the property. The ensuite bathroom with shower and bathtub is a true paradise of tranquillity.
From the living room you reach the upper bedrooms via a tastefully lit staircase. There are two stylishly furnished bedrooms, both with ensuite bathrooms and furnished balconies with sea views.
There is a staircase at the back of the house to access the roof terrace with a sea view and a jacuzzi.
Additionally, Villa Coco has a heated pool with a waterfall, a chill-out area and an outdoor shower. The villa is in a quiet residential area and yet only a two-minute walk from the “Playa Grande” beach in Puerto del Carmen.
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.