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Villa Odo is located in Lajares and never fails to impress guests with modern architecture and large amounts of space for the whole family.
In the villa’s open-plan living area, your attention will immediately be drawn to the large windows, creating a bright atmosphere and merging fantastically with the terrace. As well as a fully equipped kitchen, there is also a dining area and a large sofa area for relaxing to the full.
The villa has two double bedrooms, and one of them has an en-suite bathroom. A further bedroom contains two single beds, and all bedrooms have direct access to the terrace surrounding the villa. There is also a second bathroom with a shower.
In front of the living area, there is a covered terrace with dining area and lounge where you can really unwind! Next to the terrace, there is a small barbecue area which is perfect for a grill night together.
Behind the terrace, a small staircase and path each lead to the pool area. This is protected and sheltered from the wind in the lower area of the garden. The heated pool is perfect for a refreshing dip all year round, and the many loungers, outside bed, hammock and sun loungers make this an oasis of relaxation.
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”.