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Villa Vista Calero is made up of two separate buildings (Villa Vienna and Villa Salzburg) combining modern design and an elegant atmosphere. The combination of luxurious furniture and the latest technologies will ensure you have a carefree dream holiday in Lanzarote.
Villa Vienna and Villa Salzburg each have 2 bedrooms. Villa Salzburg is closed unless there are 5 of more people. The property is rented out for exclusive use only.
Villa Vienna has a living and dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom as well as a guest bathroom. The main feature of the villa is its round terrasse with an extraordinary view of the sea and Puerto Calero marina. What’s more, the villa has a games room with a foosball table, a billiards table and darts. In front of the playroom there is a heated private pool with plenty of seating and an outdoor shower.
Villa Salzburg offers the same amenities as Villa Vienna as it also includes a living and dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom as well as a guest toilet.
Villa Vista Calero has the latest technology, such as ceiling air conditioning and underfloor heating, which ensure a comfortable atmosphere without noise or draughts. All windows are insulated and fitted with insect screens. The villa is barrier-free both indoors and outdoors. You can spend some quality time on the wind-protected terraces, even on cooler evenings.
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.