Stayed in Eco Casita and Eco Garden Cottage. Both lovely – we found the bed really comfy in the Garden Cottage. Eco Casita has a nicer garden area. Both are kitted out nicely. Lots to do for the children – make friends in the parks, football, pool area, feed chickens and donkeys. It’s a short walk to the beach which does cross a main road, but there’s very little traffic on the island so a little wait to cross safely made it problem free. The beaches in Arrieta are lovely, as are the little restaurants lining the shore. Amazing boutique right at the end of the street that follows the shore line, nearest the red bricked building.
Lots of extra things to book up at the Finca – yoga, kids movie night and a beautifully home cooked meal every night if it’s tricky going out with little ones. My daughter cried most of the way home as she wanted to stay to play with her friends. She now keeps asking when we can return!
This place is really geared up for families, but they are doing an adult only week in March this year. Theres so much to do on the island which doesn’t have fo be expensive. Loads of towns to wander around, great volcano action, tonnes of lovely beaches and the Cesar Manrique buildings are amazing.
We can’t wait to return and have a massive case of post holiday blues right now. Thank you to the lovely Renata for all your helpful cheery advice.