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Villa La Laguna impresses guests with its modern architecture, and the construction combines a wide variety of materials, including concrete, steel, glass, wood and volcanic rock.
The concept and layout of the living area and the bedrooms is unique, with all rooms accessible from the outside, creating the impression of a small, secluded holiday complex with a lot of privacy.
The living area has a cosy sofa-scape with large window fronts providing floods of natural light. The dining area and the fully-equipped kitchen are connected to the living area in an open-plan layout.
The villa offers 5 bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom, a private terrace and a private entrance. There are 4 double rooms and 1 family room for 4 people, each with 25 m² of living space.
The surrounding terrace offers many seating options, whether in the shade, in the sun or protected from the wind. The 70 m² heated private pool is a stone’s throw away and is furnished with plenty of sun loungers, inviting you to relax.
Since the owners of Villa La Laguna live on the same property, they can offer a range of additional services, from a breakfast service to a private chef, from a laundry service to bike hire.
Lajares is a small, idyllic, quiet town in the north of the island. There is a supermarket, a few bars, restaurants, surf shops and a pharmacy. Because of its central location, you can easily get to many beaches and the capital, Puerto del Rosario, in around 15-20 minutes.
Fuerteventura, with a total area of 1.660 km², is the second largest island of the Canaries and, with its beginnings dating back 20.6 million years, the oldest in the archipelago.
Its highest elevation reaches 807 meters above sea level, on the summit of Pico de la Zarza.
Above all, it’s Fuerteventura’s sand dunes that ally it most closely with North Africa.
At its narrowest point, the island measures just 5 km wide, a natural waistline that divides the island into the northern section of “Maxorata” and the southern area “Jandía”.