Villa Reyes is situated in Tias, Lanzarote. This holiday rental property sleeps up to 6 people. Villa Reyes has has 3 air conditioned bedrooms. The Villa can sleep up to 6 people. On ground floor is a lounge, kitchen, dining area, 3 air conditioned bedrooms (1 double bedroom and 2 twin bedrooms) and 2 bathrooms. The pool is surrounded by a paved area and features an outside dining area with parasols, sun loungers and barbecue.Size: 7.5m x 3.5m Depths: Shallow: 1.1m; Deep End: 1.2m Access to the pool via steps.
Hi, our family had wonderful holiday in Lanzarote. The villa was great especially the swimming pool. Our kids really enjoyed themselves. We would love to come again. Thank you.
Great. The apartment is a good location as you can watch the activity at the airport on the sea. There are good restaurants nearby especially the Chinese. We liked Tias because it is nice quiet and well located for many of the islands attractions.
A great accommodation with good views and excellent swimming pool!
We had a great stay in Villa Reyes! Thank you Agni Travel.
We had a great Holiday and have recommended Agni Travel.
All perfect. All very happy. A great house without any problems. Really appreciate the attention and service from the person in Lanzarote, Felix. We are going back. Thank you.
Villa Reyes is situated in Tias on the Spanish island of Lanzarote.
Puerto Calero is an upmarket marina with some of the finest restaurants on the island. The water-front harbour bars are a great place to people watch - especially those disembarking from the super yachts moored in the harbour!
Playa Blanca: located on Lanzarote's sun-drenched southwest tip, is a quiet resort with some of the best beaches. The old town surounds a sweeping white sandy beach - from which Playa Blanca gets its name - and is flanked by numerous waterside cafes and restaurants. It is a memorable setting.
Papagayo is a natural beach to the east of Playa Blanca and is completely protected from any development. The beach is accessed by footpath and offers a paradise of white sand sloping gently towards a crystal clear sea.
Timanfaya Volcano: The Timanfaya park is a must for any visitor to Lanzarote. View a unique landscape along with with exciting demonstrations of the volcano's hidden power. Steam geysers, camel rides and even a restaurant that only 'cooks' using the lava below! can all be experienced.
Vinos Do Lanzarote:Despite Lanzarote's near zero rainfall, the locals have found an ingenious way to grow grapes and they produce the most sensational dry white wines. Several vineyards offer superb restaurants specialising in local tapas washed down by the homegrown wine - it is not to be missed.
Arrecife, the capital of Lanzarote, gained its name from the abundance of reefs and islets along the coast (Arrecife means 'reef' in Spanish), which form a magnificent sea front promenade and provide many natural harbours. The setting now provides the perfect day out to shop, experience some local culture and take in the sights and landmarks of this bustling town.
Jardin de Cactus: The Cactus garden is a magnificent example of the design by Cesar Manrique; Lanzarote's famous artist and architect, who created a garden combining the dramatic landscape with exotic plants.
Tapas: No visit to a Spanish island is complete without a meal at a local tapas bar - a variety of small portions to share. It is a great way to experience different tastes and dishes, with the local speciality being fish and camel!!