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UNIQUE VOLCANIC HOUSE BY THE SEA

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3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
6 guests
2 nights minimum
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Stunning house in prime location, Frontera Valley, in the middle of an amazing large volcanic landscape with incredible views of both, the coast and the mountainous Valley walls behind. The property is built predominantly from volcanic rock with large windows to enable guests to appreciate the magestic views. A unique opportunity to stay in a volcanic house right on the coast. The house boasts two Jacuzzi, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and amazing terrace built on a lava flow. An airy property consisting of a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom with hot tub. In addition to this there are two further bedrooms with 2 singles beds each. There are 2 kitchen beautifully fitted with all appliances. There are 2 living areas with comfortable sofas and another hot tub. There is a beautiful terr...Stunning house in prime location, Frontera Valley, in the middle of an amazing large volcanic landscape with incredible views of both, the coast and the mountainous Valley walls behind. The property is built predominantly from volcanic rock with large windows to enable guests to appreciate the magestic views. A unique opportunity to stay in a volcanic house right on the coast. The house boasts two Jacuzzi, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and amazing terrace built on a lava flow. An airy property consisting of a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom with hot tub. In addition to this there are two further bedrooms with 2 singles beds each. There are 2 kitchen beautifully fitted with all appliances. There are 2 living areas with comfortable sofas and another hot tub. There is a beautiful terrace with chairs and a table. The large terraced area, faces the coast, a beautiful place to sit and watch some of the most amazing sunsets in the world. The terrace overlooks the atlantic ocean. The house is in a perfect location on the UNESCO Biosphere protected island of El Hierro. Built on a lava flow with uninterrupted views of the coast, both from the terrace and the the building with four large West and North facing floor to ceiling windows. The property is fully equipped and a perfect base from which to see the island and all it has to offer, alternatively you can just detach and relax in secluded paradise. Some suggestions on what to see and places to visit: ECOMUSEO DE GUINEA Y LAGARTARIO The Lizard Sanctuary and the Guinea Eco-Museum are just a short walk from the farm, these can be visited together and allow you to get a view of our Giant Lizards and a glimpse into what Life must have been like back in the past, with the first settlements on the island. THE FRONTERA RURAL PARK The Frontera Rural Park is a large area where nature and rural tourism are combined in the youngest of the Canary Islands. El Hierro is a Unesco Biosphere Reserve and at 268 square kilometres is the most western and southern of the Canary Islands. It’s also the point where, centuries ago, the world ended as far as the European cartographers were concerned. The southern and western part of the island is a rural tourism idyll: Frontera Rural Park, where man and nature still co-exist in peace. What to do in Frontera Rural Park The mountainous island of El Hierro has forests, arid areas and an infinite number of volcanic cones. This unique mosaic of landscapes and residential pockets never fails to surprise. On the same day visitors can bathe beside a marine reserve, feel the centuries of history recorded in the tree trunks of a juniper forest and walk down pathways between woods and rain-forests that reflect times gone by. And if your energy levels start to flag, you can enjoy a dish of 'vieja' (a tropical parrot fish) with potatoes and mojo sauce beside one of the Canaries’ few marine reserves. MIRADOR DE LA PEÑA From the La Peña Viewpoint in Guarazoca (in north of El Hierro), the consequences of a breath-taking prehistoric event are clearly visible: the giant landslide that occurred millions of years ago and created the El Golfo Valley. The cliffs of this huge crevice - fifteen kilometres wide and one and a half kilometres high - is covered by dense endemic vegetation. At its foot lies a volcanic plain with vineyards and orchards that ends in the blue Atlantic. From La Peña you can also admire the unspoilt Salmor rocks, a sanctuary for El Hierro's giant native lizards. EL ARBOL GAROE The Garoé Tree is found in a place full of magnetism, in the town of San Andrés in El Hierro. Adored by the Bimbaches (ancient inhabitants of El Hierro), it has become a real symbol of island identity. The leaves were once capable of collecting enough water to supply the whole population of the island, a fact that earned it a reputation as a sacred tree. In the 17th Century a hurricane blew it down, and it wasn’t until 1949 that it was replaced by the laurel that stands there today. This place, a source of many legends, now boasts a small performance centre where you will find all the information you need to know about the sacred tree, from its historical and archaeological importance to the phenomenon of the horizontal rain - the reason the tree is able to distill water. The love the El Hierro people have for this tree is so strong that they created a water route some years ago, a 16-kilometre walk that helps visitors learn the history of water in the island. Tourist License / Licencia de turismo N °: 38217AAG20More
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Marisela C
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:100%
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Listed Since:December 2018
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