Village of La Santa,
Located on the north west side of Lanzarote. The list of places to stay below start in order of proximity to our shop loated from thnearest which is 3,6km to the furthest away which is 21,8km. All the recommended accommodation is of very high quality. They offediverse holidays and locations on the island. Check them out and make sure to book what suits your needs best.
3.6km El Cuchillo
Kalufa Surf house,
Kalufa Surf House is located close to the small fishing village La Santa part of Tinajo’s municipality. On the spectacular northwest coast of the island, it is completely immersed in the charming scenery of Lanzarote. Our Surf House is a spacious arty villa with a large and fully quipped kitchen. A roomy and comfy lounge where you can relax on armchairs, puffs, sofas and free wi-fi. The shared rooms are comfortably furbished with a maximum of 6 beds per room. Single and double rooms are also available. The shared bathrooms and bedrooms are cleaned daily. In the large garden you will find sun loungers next to a nice size swimming pool and a BBQ area. Our spacious garage will safeguards all your sportive equipment like boards, bikes or kayaks.
- For families with little children that need more privacy we can provide, on request and in advance, private apartments with one or several bedrooms.
Coqueto estudio en tinajo,
We are in a quiet but very central rural environment, which facilitates access to any point of the island and places of interest such as Timanfaya Park, the beautiful village of Teguise or the famous Famara beach are 15 min. Perfect for people who enjoy outdoor activities. It is close to many trails ideal for running or trekking, mountain bike or road. For lovers of good food, we are surrounded by very good restaurants
Villa El Inti,
Our rural hotel Villa El Inti is located in the magical, unique landscape of Lanzarote on the outskirts of Tinajo, a Canarian village. Stunning views of the Atlantic, together with our wonderful garden, make it an extraordinary place to stay. The unique Fire Mountains are just a stone throw away, as is the lovely little fishing village of La Santa. All other attractions, such as the Fundación César Manrique, the ancient capital of Teguise, Jameos del Agua, Cueva de los Verdes ("the Cave of the Verdes Family") and the most beautiful beaches are within easy reach, due to the central location of your Villa El Inti holiday accommodation.
Finca Malvasia is a family owned, César Manrique style rural retreat and established working vineyard in the heart of the La Geria wine region of Lanzarote. Finca Malvasia provides stylish, self-catering apartments which are perfect for families, couples and groups. Located in the the centre of the island, yet only a 10 minute drive to the beach and an easy 15 minute drive from Arrecife Airport. Finca Malvasia sits amongst an unspoilt vineyard, backed by volcanoes and uninterrupted countryside views.
Casa de Hilario,
This new project comes from the creators of la Casona in Yaiza with a purpose to astonish our guests as always. Casa de Hilario is an ancient finca where Lanzarotes famous Hilario Lanzaroteño used to live in enviable surroundings of the Fire Mountains (National Park of Timanfaya).This place got its name "Islote de Hilario" small Island of Hilario because of this man who used collect leaves from the fig trees that used to grow there and with which he feed his camel.
La Casona de Yaiza,
In one of the most beautiful places in the Canary Islands. Next to Timanfaya National Park and near the Papagayo beaches, in the south of Lanzarote, there lies the town of Yaiza. The interior of the hotel recreates the art of the Italian Renaissance and the Spanish painters belonging to the Roman School. By placing a varied range of decorative works for the guests’ pleasure,the artist German Carregalo pays homage to the century in which the house was built. This could be one of the most beautiful and adventurous interior design projects ever seen. All furniture in this hotel: beds, canopies, wardrobes, mirrors, lamps and paintings together with the works of art decorating the ceilings of the upper floor rooms, make up a harmonious collection that is in contrast with both the traditional Canary architecture and the volcanic wilderness all around.