Casa Hibiscus

Close to sea & beach / terrace gated to pool area

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  • Sleeps max 6 guests - Shared solar heated pool 3m x 5.5m, BBQ, smart TV & DVD, walled & gated terrace
  • Child friendly stair gates fitted, baby / toddler equipment on request
  • 25km to Arrecife airport, quiet community of 6 villas, fishing village, 400 mt to pebble beach
  • Free WIFI

“A seaside holiday villa in a small 6 villa complex in the traditional fishing village of Punta Mujeres, ideal for families who want tranquillity but not for the sake of denying their kids the chance of making new friends and amusing themselves for a while!”

Casa Hibiscus is a modern, spacious, semi-detached holiday villa, situated in a well-maintained, private and gated complex of six-holiday villas, which share a 3.5 x 5-meter solar-heated swimming pool.

Casa Hibiscus is situated in the tranquil, coastal fishing village of Punta Mujeres where guests can experience the laid-back Lanzarote lifestyle, getting a real taste of traditional Canaries life. Set just back from the sea in the traditional Canarian fishing village of Punta Mujeres, the Lanzarote villa has been individually furnished to a high standard with families in mind, sleeping up to six guests, plus cots. Casa Hibiscus can be rented alongside the smaller Casa Lila, which is next door but one, making it perfect for families or friends travelling  together on their Canary islands holiday. Check out the location of Casa Lila in our drone video.

What’s included when you book Casa Hibiscus?

Casa Hibiscus can be accessed through a private, fenced, and gated terrace. Upon entry, guests are greeted by a bright and spacious open-plan living and dining room. This area is furnished in a clean and modern style and offers amenities such as WIFI, Smart TV, DVD player, and CD/stereo system. The villa is spread across three floors and is equipped with stair gates to ensure the safety of young children.

The dining area comfortably accommodates six guests and is adjoined by a fully equipped bespoke wood kitchen. This kitchen features a granite worktop, large fridge-freezer, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, hand-blender, and child-friendly plastic cutlery and tableware. Additionally, on this floor, there is a double bedroom and a modern bathroom.

A skylight above the staircase provides natural light and leads to the first floor. The south facing master bedroom boasts a king-size double bed, fitted wardrobes, a dressing area, and a balcony complete with table and chairs. This balcony offers views of the pool area, sea, and village. The third bedroom on this floor includes a set of bunk beds and enough space for a travel cot. These two bedrooms share a second bathroom with a walk-in shower. The basement houses a laundry area, patio drying area, and a storage room that is perfect for storing any water sports equipment.

Outside, the fenced and gated terrace is a safe place for families with young children. It features two sun loungers, dining furniture for six, and a barbecue, making it an ideal spot for al fresco dining while keeping an eye on the children as they play in the pool.

Browse all our holiday extras including VIP transfers and courtesy cars to ensure you have the most stress-free and enjoyable trip.

Find out more about Punta Mujeres in our Punta Mujeres travel guide.

Punta Mujeres

A sleepy little fishing village where you can totally immerse yourselves in a Canarian cultural experience far away from the main tourist areas and mostly undiscovered by tourist operators. This is a hidden gem where you encounter only the local fishermen and a few more adventurous travellers. However due to this island being so small it is still only a 40 minutes drive from the main airport and in easy reach of all Lanzarote’s other great experiences.

Here you are off the beaten track as many tourists unknowingly bypass this hidden secret as they make their way to bigger name attractions, that are still nearby, such as Jameos del Agua and the Cueva de los Verdes.

The Punta Mujeres coast line is lined with natural rock pools that fill at high tide and make the most wonderful locations for a relaxed dip with the family. The main natural pool is overlooked by ‘La Pascina’ the locals favourite tapas bar that serves local wines and freshly prepared traditional tapas dishes. There are also stunning small sandy coves to be explored.

There are a surprising number of little supermarkets dotted around the village, Las Rosas – the bakery and a good selection of restaurants such as Palenke which often offers live Spanish entertainment and has a wood fired grill that produces some good food,

Many locals have built their houses as close to the sea as possible, creating small alleyways and cul-de-sacs where homes look out over the sea. One or two houses almost blend in and disappear altogether, as they are constructed of volcanic stone. There are numerous pretty terraces and balconies, painted the traditional blue that once denoted the dwelling of local fishermen.

Further along the coastline the village reveals the remnants of an old gofio mill as well as a small muelle or harbour. A further echo of Punta Mujeres sea-faring past.

Punta Mujeres benefits from a good deal more protection than other parts of the coastline, thanks to the rocky hills behind it, these were formed by old lava flows from Monte Corona, the biggest and oldest volcano on the island. With your back to the sea, Monte Corona is very visible. As is all of the badland or ‘malpais’, the lava covered land surrounding the volcano. The tunnels which form the Jameos del Agua and the Cueva de los Verdes were all created by the eruptions which emanated from here.

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Anonymous

We have been to Lanzarote many times and this was the first time we opted for self catering as we travelled with family and friends and wanted to be based in the North of the island to enjoy the real Lanzarote rather than the large resorts. This is a home from home, very well equipped including everything we needed for our young grandson. Potty, plastic plates and cutlery and stair gates. We swam in the natural sea pools just a short walk away. The nearby Finca de Arrieta an Eco Village invited us for their paella evening. Such a lovely social evening and excellent food and drink. Renata, organised a trip on Catlanza for us that we thoroughly enjoyed. There are food options available to guests and for our last night we enjoyed the pizza´s delivered to us. Everyone we spoke to from the business were caring, patient and passionate to ensure we got the best from our holiday. A welcome change from the usual holiday providers. We are already planning to return next year.

A Jones

Punta Mujeres is a small village with so much to offer. We booked the house for a likeminded group of friends, who have a mixed idea of what to do in the day time, but an agreement that a good local restaurant and a few glasses of wine was essential every evening. The property delivered on all fronts. During the day we had options of a fantastic beach close to the village with great beginners waves available all day for the surfers. A small number of the group cycled every day, exploring the amazing routes that criss cross the island. Within 100m of the property we had the sea with access to a swimming pool carved from the rocks. This was amazing. All of our day time features were rounded off by the fact we had over a dozen local restaurants or bars within a short walk or drive. Our base itself also provided everything we required for our holiday. Recently renovated to a very high standard the simple and spacious design ensured we were never in each other’s pockets, with a separate balcony, sun area and patio we could use the space to read a book or get together for a team BBQ.

Daniel Garcia Roque

Una casa espectacular, con unas vistas inmejorables y muy buenos servicios.

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What Language is most commonly spoken in Lanzarote Islands?

Spanish is the official language in Lanzarote, you will find English and some German also used in the tourist resorts.

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The Euro is the currency in Lanzarote.

Which accommodation is best for Wheel Chair users?

Arrecife Sands – Wheel Chair user information:  This apartment is all on one floor, has open plan shower and there is a lift up from street level and underground parking. Unfortunately there is a step and small door access to the terrace so a wheel chair can not access the terrace. Door sizes: kitchen 67cm, main door 80cm, all other internal doors 70cm. Please ask for more details if required.

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What is check in/check out time? Is there somewhere to leave my luggage?

Check-in time is 16.00 and check-out time is 10 am. We can store luggage for you at Finca De Arrieta or at the office in Costa Teguise.

What time is check in / out time?

You can arrive to your holiday home from 16.00 onwards and your check out on departure day is at 10am

What to pack between October and March?

Jumper/Fleece – a jumper for evenings as Lanzarote offers lovely outdoor living and it can be cooler outside at night.

Light waterproof jacket  –  incase it showers (which is not very often but can catch you out)

Wetsuits – if you are planning getting in the water!

What to pack for Families?

Baby monitor if you are planning to spend evenings out on the terrace.

Calpol, teething gel etc….

Nappies/Swim nappies – you can buy these here but they are very expensive

Milk Powder – again very expensive and they may not have your usual brand

“A seaside holiday villa in a small 6 villa complex in the traditional fishing village of Punta Mujeres, ideal for families who want tranquillity but not for the sake of denying their kids the chance of making new friends and amusing themselves for a while!”

Casa Hibiscus is a modern, spacious, semi-detached holiday villa, situated in a well-maintained, private and gated complex of six-holiday villas, which share a 3.5 x 5-meter solar-heated swimming pool.

Casa Hibiscus is situated in the tranquil, coastal fishing village of Punta Mujeres where guests can experience the laid-back Lanzarote lifestyle, getting a real taste of traditional Canaries life. Set just back from the sea in the traditional Canarian fishing village of Punta Mujeres, the Lanzarote villa has been individually furnished to a high standard with families in mind, sleeping up to six guests, plus cots. Casa Hibiscus can be rented alongside the smaller Casa Lila, which is next door but one, making it perfect for families or friends travelling  together on their Canary islands holiday. Check out the location of Casa Lila in our drone video.

What’s included when you book Casa Hibiscus?

Casa Hibiscus can be accessed through a private, fenced, and gated terrace. Upon entry, guests are greeted by a bright and spacious open-plan living and dining room. This area is furnished in a clean and modern style and offers amenities such as WIFI, Smart TV, DVD player, and CD/stereo system. The villa is spread across three floors and is equipped with stair gates to ensure the safety of young children.

The dining area comfortably accommodates six guests and is adjoined by a fully equipped bespoke wood kitchen. This kitchen features a granite worktop, large fridge-freezer, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, hand-blender, and child-friendly plastic cutlery and tableware. Additionally, on this floor, there is a double bedroom and a modern bathroom.

A skylight above the staircase provides natural light and leads to the first floor. The south facing master bedroom boasts a king-size double bed, fitted wardrobes, a dressing area, and a balcony complete with table and chairs. This balcony offers views of the pool area, sea, and village. The third bedroom on this floor includes a set of bunk beds and enough space for a travel cot. These two bedrooms share a second bathroom with a walk-in shower. The basement houses a laundry area, patio drying area, and a storage room that is perfect for storing any water sports equipment.

Outside, the fenced and gated terrace is a safe place for families with young children. It features two sun loungers, dining furniture for six, and a barbecue, making it an ideal spot for al fresco dining while keeping an eye on the children as they play in the pool.

Browse all our holiday extras including VIP transfers and courtesy cars to ensure you have the most stress-free and enjoyable trip.

Find out more about Punta Mujeres in our Punta Mujeres travel guide.

Punta Mujeres

A sleepy little fishing village where you can totally immerse yourselves in a Canarian cultural experience far away from the main tourist areas and mostly undiscovered by tourist operators. This is a hidden gem where you encounter only the local fishermen and a few more adventurous travellers. However due to this island being so small it is still only a 40 minutes drive from the main airport and in easy reach of all Lanzarote’s other great experiences.

Here you are off the beaten track as many tourists unknowingly bypass this hidden secret as they make their way to bigger name attractions, that are still nearby, such as Jameos del Agua and the Cueva de los Verdes.

The Punta Mujeres coast line is lined with natural rock pools that fill at high tide and make the most wonderful locations for a relaxed dip with the family. The main natural pool is overlooked by ‘La Pascina’ the locals favourite tapas bar that serves local wines and freshly prepared traditional tapas dishes. There are also stunning small sandy coves to be explored.

There are a surprising number of little supermarkets dotted around the village, Las Rosas – the bakery and a good selection of restaurants such as Palenke which often offers live Spanish entertainment and has a wood fired grill that produces some good food,

Many locals have built their houses as close to the sea as possible, creating small alleyways and cul-de-sacs where homes look out over the sea. One or two houses almost blend in and disappear altogether, as they are constructed of volcanic stone. There are numerous pretty terraces and balconies, painted the traditional blue that once denoted the dwelling of local fishermen.

Further along the coastline the village reveals the remnants of an old gofio mill as well as a small muelle or harbour. A further echo of Punta Mujeres sea-faring past.

Punta Mujeres benefits from a good deal more protection than other parts of the coastline, thanks to the rocky hills behind it, these were formed by old lava flows from Monte Corona, the biggest and oldest volcano on the island. With your back to the sea, Monte Corona is very visible. As is all of the badland or ‘malpais’, the lava covered land surrounding the volcano. The tunnels which form the Jameos del Agua and the Cueva de los Verdes were all created by the eruptions which emanated from here.

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Anonymous

We have been to Lanzarote many times and this was the first time we opted for self catering as we travelled with family and friends and wanted to be based in the North of the island to enjoy the real Lanzarote rather than the large resorts. This is a home from home, very well equipped including everything we needed for our young grandson. Potty, plastic plates and cutlery and stair gates. We swam in the natural sea pools just a short walk away. The nearby Finca de Arrieta an Eco Village invited us for their paella evening. Such a lovely social evening and excellent food and drink. Renata, organised a trip on Catlanza for us that we thoroughly enjoyed. There are food options available to guests and for our last night we enjoyed the pizza´s delivered to us. Everyone we spoke to from the business were caring, patient and passionate to ensure we got the best from our holiday. A welcome change from the usual holiday providers. We are already planning to return next year.

A Jones

Punta Mujeres is a small village with so much to offer. We booked the house for a likeminded group of friends, who have a mixed idea of what to do in the day time, but an agreement that a good local restaurant and a few glasses of wine was essential every evening. The property delivered on all fronts. During the day we had options of a fantastic beach close to the village with great beginners waves available all day for the surfers. A small number of the group cycled every day, exploring the amazing routes that criss cross the island. Within 100m of the property we had the sea with access to a swimming pool carved from the rocks. This was amazing. All of our day time features were rounded off by the fact we had over a dozen local restaurants or bars within a short walk or drive. Our base itself also provided everything we required for our holiday. Recently renovated to a very high standard the simple and spacious design ensured we were never in each other’s pockets, with a separate balcony, sun area and patio we could use the space to read a book or get together for a team BBQ.

Daniel Garcia Roque

Una casa espectacular, con unas vistas inmejorables y muy buenos servicios.

How to Book on this web page.

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What are the Terms and Conditions when I book with Lanzarote Retreats?

See our  full Terms and Conditions HERE.

What Language is most commonly spoken in Lanzarote Islands?

Spanish is the official language in Lanzarote, you will find English and some German also used in the tourist resorts.

What currency is used in Lanzarote?

The Euro is the currency in Lanzarote.

Which accommodation is best for Wheel Chair users?

Arrecife Sands – Wheel Chair user information:  This apartment is all on one floor, has open plan shower and there is a lift up from street level and underground parking. Unfortunately there is a step and small door access to the terrace so a wheel chair can not access the terrace. Door sizes: kitchen 67cm, main door 80cm, all other internal doors 70cm. Please ask for more details if required.

What’s the easiest way to Book?

Short on Time? – Simply join the live chat on the bottom right hand side of the web page, request assistance and the Lanzarote Retreats office will help you make a reservation.

What is check in/check out time? Is there somewhere to leave my luggage?

Check-in time is 16.00 and check-out time is 10 am. We can store luggage for you at Finca De Arrieta or at the office in Costa Teguise.

What time is check in / out time?

You can arrive to your holiday home from 16.00 onwards and your check out on departure day is at 10am

What to pack between October and March?

Jumper/Fleece – a jumper for evenings as Lanzarote offers lovely outdoor living and it can be cooler outside at night.

Light waterproof jacket  –  incase it showers (which is not very often but can catch you out)

Wetsuits – if you are planning getting in the water!

What to pack for Families?

Baby monitor if you are planning to spend evenings out on the terrace.

Calpol, teething gel etc….

Nappies/Swim nappies – you can buy these here but they are very expensive

Milk Powder – again very expensive and they may not have your usual brand

Average weather in Lanzarote
Jan 18°C
16mm
Feb 18°C
18mm
Mar 19°C
12mm
Apr 20°C
5mm
May 22°C
2mm
June 23°C
0mm
July 24°C
0mm
Aug 26°C
0mm
Sept 25°C
2mm
Oct 24°C
10mm
Nov 22°C
15mm
Dec 20°C
29mm