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Villa Las Palmitas

Stunning Family / Friends Villa

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  • Sleeps max 8 adults + kids
  • Private pool, hot tub with large terrace and gardens. Lots of privacy and parking on site
  • Car not essential but recommended. 6 minute drive to Puerto Calero & 7 minute drive to Puerto del Carmen
  • Free Wifi

A large, private holiday home in its own grounds, in an exclusive location close to the popular tourist areas of Puerto Calero and Puerto del Carmen.

This spacious 4 bedroom villa which can comfortably accommodate up to 8 people (plus up to 4 children and infants in travel cots).
Villa Las Palmitas offers privacy and sits on a secluded large walled plot with superb panoramic sea views and is in close proximity to the bustling tourist destinations of Puerto Calero and Puerto del Carmen.

What do you get when you book Villa Las Palmitas?

Enjoy the unique experience of a drink on the terrace as the sun sets over extinct volcanoes. You’re surrounded by dozens of mature palm trees which give Las Palmitas its name. They are set in the walled private garden, covered in Lanzarote’s famous striking black volcanic ‘pićon’. Relax in the jacuzzi – newly-installed for 2024, and create al fresco meals on the full-sized gas barbecue.
Dine on the terrace overlooking the illuminated pool, or chill in either of the two the outdoor lounge areas. The broad verandah offers shade to escape from Lanzarote’s year-round sunshine.
All year round the large 10 x 5m pool is heated to an inviting 27+ degrees. It’s kind to skin and hair thanks to the salt-water chlorination system that was installed in 2023. It is set in its own terrace with a shallow built-in children’s pool and there are wide steps into both.
Inside is large and airy; the contemporary decor and simple furnishings giving the house a bright, airy and cool feeling throughout. The main lounge, dining and kitchen areas are adjoining with screens to open the space up or create individual areas to dine and relax in.
The spacious and comfortable living room has plenty of room to sit, relax and entertain. It has a fireplace and to add to the open feel there are large doors onto the main terrace. There is a good free wifi connection, for those looking to stay in touch.
There is also a separate games room with a table tennis table. The lounge has a TV, DVD, free to view TV channels, i-pod docking station and a selection of board games.

This Lanzarote self catering villa has a fully fitted kitchen with a breakfast bar and is next to the large dining area with an 8 person table. It accesses the terrace through the main door. It comes complete with oven / hob / grill, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and washing machine.

All bedrooms in Villa Palmitas are equipped with ceiling fans, with two of them offering stunning views of the sea. The master suite has patio doors that lead to a shaded terrace, a double bed, a dressing area, and an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower / wet room, twin sinks, a bath, and a hairdryer. There is a further double bedroom and twin bedroom, both with fitted wardrobes, which share a full family bathroom. The fourth bedroom also has patio doors to the terrace, a double bed, a dressing area, and an en-suite shower room. There is a separate guest cloakroom.

Outside, the pool area, with sun-loungers, is walled and gated for extra security for guests with small children.
Villa Las Palmitas offers spacious, quality accommodation that’s the perfect base for a relaxed holiday in Lanzarote.

The villa is located in a a few minutes’ drive from the Old Town end of Puerto del Carmen in one direction and the smart marina development of Puerto Calera in the other. Both can be reached by walking along the dramatic coastal path.

A car is strongly recommended.

Find out more about Puerto Del Carmen in our Puerto Del Carmen travel guide.

Puerto Calero / Puerto del Carmen

Puerto Calero is only a few kilometres in distance from the bustling resort of Puerto del Carmen, but a world away in style and atmosphere. Home to some of the finest Lanzarote villas and hotels, as well as a good selection of bars and restaurants. Before 1983 Puerto Calero did not exist until it was dreamed up by the developer José Calero as an exclusive retreat to provide a luxury marina, residential development and golf course for the island of Lanzarote.

The Marina is a great place to wander, look at the fabulous boats and generally soak up a bit of the luxury atmosphere that permeates the whole place. You can certainly spend a few hours sat in one of the cafes or great range of restaurants that overlook the marina.

Puerto Calero is the base for a number of water based activities, such as the Catlanza catamaran trips, Submarine excursions and a variety of sport-fishing boats which allow you to try your skill at landing Marlin and Blue-fin Tuna in some of the best and most productive waters to be found. There are also dive schools operating out of the Marina who offer instruction and guided dives from beginner through to advanced levels. The array of shops in Puerto Calero is not vast, but you will find some very nice boutiques alongside souvenir shops which are more upmarket than in the other resorts of Lanzarote.

Puerto del Carmen first got going in the Sixties and since then it’s upped the tempo from its fishing village roots to become the most popular tourist destination in Lanzarote. The waterside promenade doubles up as the main strip – it’s packed with bars, clubs and restaurants, and it also looks out over a trio of beaches. You still get a bit of Puerto del Carmen’s former charm, though, as you’ll see from the authentic eating places in the old town.

Puerto del Carmen comes with 3 sandy beaches. The main one, running along the promenade, is Playa Grande with its sunloungers, umbrellas and gently shelving shoreline. Walk for about 10 minutes and you come to Playa Chica in the old town. It’s a bit quieter and secluded, and the diving centre makes it popular with snorkelers and scuba divers. And to the east is Playa Pocillos – a huge swathe of sand with windsurf-ready waves.

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Christine

Las Palmitas is a stunning villa. So stylish and spotlessly clean. We have stayed in many villas on Lanzarote and we can honestly say Las Palmitas is our favourite one. The last part of the road to the villa is a gravel track but worth it for the quiet location and the view of the sea and the mountains. The photos of the villa and the interior don’t actually do the place justice. The management team are also excellent and respond to any enquiry really quickly. We highly recommend Las Palmitas and will definitely be back.

Bradley

We were 2 families of 4 that stayed in August 2022 and absolutely loved it. When we arrived at the Villa we were very pleased with what we saw. The Villa is spacious and clean with a pool plenty big enough for all of us. The outside dining area was perfect, the kitchen spacious and the bedrooms adequate for what we required, even though there was no air conditioning this was never a problem and the ceiling fans were enough to keep you cool. In the 2nd bedroom there is a plug in the cupboard that can be connected for an hour per day if you have trouble with hot-water and this worked perfectly. There was also a room with a table tennis table that got a reasonable amount of use. It is located in a quiet area half-way between Puerto Del Carmen and Puerto Calero. Both Del Carmen and Calero are walkable and it takes roughly 25 minutes along a coastal path (only done this during the day though, not sure it’s advisable of a nighttime given the uneven floor, reasonable drops to the ocean and lack of lighting). Taxis are easy to get from the Villa but you have to walk to the main road to collect them. This is along an unmade dusty road but only takes a few minutes. The driveway to the Villa is pretty long and made up of broken lava stones/dust but we managed in sandals & flip-flops no problem, white trainers take a bit of a bashing. Del Carmen is the livelier of the 2 with Calero being the the more upmarket of the 2. We ate in both and would have to say that Calero had the better restaurants. The Harbour Club, Azure and Portena were all very good. The Lanzarote retreats team were very friendly and quick to respond to all queries leading up to and during our stay and would 100% use their services again.

Aldara Martin

La piscina y las vistas. Mobiliario moderno y wifi.

Carolina Mora Valencia

La pasamos genial – Las vistas son magníficas

How to Book on this web page.

Open the page of the accommodation you have chosen to stay in. Select holiday dates and number of guests.

SELECT BOOK NOW – TO PAY YOUR DEPOSIT & CONFIRM YOUR STAY

Please note, our online booking system is live so availability constantly changes, don’t delay in making your booking!

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

A large, private holiday home in its own grounds, in an exclusive location close to the popular tourist areas of Puerto Calero and Puerto del Carmen.

This spacious 4 bedroom villa which can comfortably accommodate up to 8 people (plus up to 4 children and infants in travel cots).
Villa Las Palmitas offers privacy and sits on a secluded large walled plot with superb panoramic sea views and is in close proximity to the bustling tourist destinations of Puerto Calero and Puerto del Carmen.

What do you get when you book Villa Las Palmitas?

Enjoy the unique experience of a drink on the terrace as the sun sets over extinct volcanoes. You’re surrounded by dozens of mature palm trees which give Las Palmitas its name. They are set in the walled private garden, covered in Lanzarote’s famous striking black volcanic ‘pićon’. Relax in the jacuzzi – newly-installed for 2024, and create al fresco meals on the full-sized gas barbecue.
Dine on the terrace overlooking the illuminated pool, or chill in either of the two the outdoor lounge areas. The broad verandah offers shade to escape from Lanzarote’s year-round sunshine.
All year round the large 10 x 5m pool is heated to an inviting 27+ degrees. It’s kind to skin and hair thanks to the salt-water chlorination system that was installed in 2023. It is set in its own terrace with a shallow built-in children’s pool and there are wide steps into both.
Inside is large and airy; the contemporary decor and simple furnishings giving the house a bright, airy and cool feeling throughout. The main lounge, dining and kitchen areas are adjoining with screens to open the space up or create individual areas to dine and relax in.
The spacious and comfortable living room has plenty of room to sit, relax and entertain. It has a fireplace and to add to the open feel there are large doors onto the main terrace. There is a good free wifi connection, for those looking to stay in touch.
There is also a separate games room with a table tennis table. The lounge has a TV, DVD, free to view TV channels, i-pod docking station and a selection of board games.

This Lanzarote self catering villa has a fully fitted kitchen with a breakfast bar and is next to the large dining area with an 8 person table. It accesses the terrace through the main door. It comes complete with oven / hob / grill, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and washing machine.

All bedrooms in Villa Palmitas are equipped with ceiling fans, with two of them offering stunning views of the sea. The master suite has patio doors that lead to a shaded terrace, a double bed, a dressing area, and an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower / wet room, twin sinks, a bath, and a hairdryer. There is a further double bedroom and twin bedroom, both with fitted wardrobes, which share a full family bathroom. The fourth bedroom also has patio doors to the terrace, a double bed, a dressing area, and an en-suite shower room. There is a separate guest cloakroom.

Outside, the pool area, with sun-loungers, is walled and gated for extra security for guests with small children.
Villa Las Palmitas offers spacious, quality accommodation that’s the perfect base for a relaxed holiday in Lanzarote.

The villa is located in a a few minutes’ drive from the Old Town end of Puerto del Carmen in one direction and the smart marina development of Puerto Calera in the other. Both can be reached by walking along the dramatic coastal path.

A car is strongly recommended.

Find out more about Puerto Del Carmen in our Puerto Del Carmen travel guide.

Puerto Calero / Puerto del Carmen

Puerto Calero is only a few kilometres in distance from the bustling resort of Puerto del Carmen, but a world away in style and atmosphere. Home to some of the finest Lanzarote villas and hotels, as well as a good selection of bars and restaurants. Before 1983 Puerto Calero did not exist until it was dreamed up by the developer José Calero as an exclusive retreat to provide a luxury marina, residential development and golf course for the island of Lanzarote.

The Marina is a great place to wander, look at the fabulous boats and generally soak up a bit of the luxury atmosphere that permeates the whole place. You can certainly spend a few hours sat in one of the cafes or great range of restaurants that overlook the marina.

Puerto Calero is the base for a number of water based activities, such as the Catlanza catamaran trips, Submarine excursions and a variety of sport-fishing boats which allow you to try your skill at landing Marlin and Blue-fin Tuna in some of the best and most productive waters to be found. There are also dive schools operating out of the Marina who offer instruction and guided dives from beginner through to advanced levels. The array of shops in Puerto Calero is not vast, but you will find some very nice boutiques alongside souvenir shops which are more upmarket than in the other resorts of Lanzarote.

Puerto del Carmen first got going in the Sixties and since then it’s upped the tempo from its fishing village roots to become the most popular tourist destination in Lanzarote. The waterside promenade doubles up as the main strip – it’s packed with bars, clubs and restaurants, and it also looks out over a trio of beaches. You still get a bit of Puerto del Carmen’s former charm, though, as you’ll see from the authentic eating places in the old town.

Puerto del Carmen comes with 3 sandy beaches. The main one, running along the promenade, is Playa Grande with its sunloungers, umbrellas and gently shelving shoreline. Walk for about 10 minutes and you come to Playa Chica in the old town. It’s a bit quieter and secluded, and the diving centre makes it popular with snorkelers and scuba divers. And to the east is Playa Pocillos – a huge swathe of sand with windsurf-ready waves.

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Christine

Las Palmitas is a stunning villa. So stylish and spotlessly clean. We have stayed in many villas on Lanzarote and we can honestly say Las Palmitas is our favourite one. The last part of the road to the villa is a gravel track but worth it for the quiet location and the view of the sea and the mountains. The photos of the villa and the interior don’t actually do the place justice. The management team are also excellent and respond to any enquiry really quickly. We highly recommend Las Palmitas and will definitely be back.

Bradley

We were 2 families of 4 that stayed in August 2022 and absolutely loved it. When we arrived at the Villa we were very pleased with what we saw. The Villa is spacious and clean with a pool plenty big enough for all of us. The outside dining area was perfect, the kitchen spacious and the bedrooms adequate for what we required, even though there was no air conditioning this was never a problem and the ceiling fans were enough to keep you cool. In the 2nd bedroom there is a plug in the cupboard that can be connected for an hour per day if you have trouble with hot-water and this worked perfectly. There was also a room with a table tennis table that got a reasonable amount of use. It is located in a quiet area half-way between Puerto Del Carmen and Puerto Calero. Both Del Carmen and Calero are walkable and it takes roughly 25 minutes along a coastal path (only done this during the day though, not sure it’s advisable of a nighttime given the uneven floor, reasonable drops to the ocean and lack of lighting). Taxis are easy to get from the Villa but you have to walk to the main road to collect them. This is along an unmade dusty road but only takes a few minutes. The driveway to the Villa is pretty long and made up of broken lava stones/dust but we managed in sandals & flip-flops no problem, white trainers take a bit of a bashing. Del Carmen is the livelier of the 2 with Calero being the the more upmarket of the 2. We ate in both and would have to say that Calero had the better restaurants. The Harbour Club, Azure and Portena were all very good. The Lanzarote retreats team were very friendly and quick to respond to all queries leading up to and during our stay and would 100% use their services again.

Aldara Martin

La piscina y las vistas. Mobiliario moderno y wifi.

Carolina Mora Valencia

La pasamos genial – Las vistas son magníficas

How to Book on this web page.

Open the page of the accommodation you have chosen to stay in. Select holiday dates and number of guests.

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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