Villas in Puerto Calero
A tranquil marina in Lanzarote
Puerto Calero is the place to be if you are looking for a relaxing and peaceful vibe. This picturesque resort is home to some of the very special villas that Lanzarote has to offer. There are just enough restaurants, bars and shops but not too many, however if you want more, the popular resort of Puerto del Carmen is just 15 minutes drive away. Its a quick and easy transfer time from the airport to the marina and in 30 minutes from picking up your luggage you can be standing outside the front door of your villa in Puerto Calero. The marina has earned a reputation for being one of the world top sailing destinations and a number of events and competitions take place during the year. Its protected position the south west coast give it protection from the south westerly winds and make it a perfect place to enjoy the islands climate all year round. In over 35 years it has become a very popular tourist resort.and being smaller than the other resorts on the island it maintains a village feel. A Puerto Calero villa can offer you the opportunity to unwind away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There secluded villas for all the family and also villas offering front line views across the Atlantic. A majority are just strolling distance from restaurants and bars
Puerto Calero Resort Info
Villas in Puerto Calero
What to Find on a Puerto Calero Villa Holiday
A pretty marina with restaurants and bars
The dream to build a luxury resort came true for Jose Calero in 1983. The oasis of tranquility took 4 years to complete making it one of Europes exquisite marinas. Although there are no beaches, it has attracted the construction of 4 and 5 star hotels as well as some beautiful villas which are available for holiday rental. Originally it had the capacity to moore 220 berths but due to its success the capacity was doubled to 450 berths. Later in 2006 a new section was introduced for superyachts.
Despite being one of the main departure points on the island for sailing, fishing excursions its also has other amenities including a sports centre designed for all types of atheletes whether you are young or older, an amateur or high performance, theres a gym, swimming pool, paddle tennis, football, basketball and even a special area for children. The 2 hotels in the resort also have thalasso spas which are open to the public and offer a range of varied treatments. Theres bike hire and car hire if you want to see a bit more of the island or take a trip to the Puerto del Carmen golf course which is a 15 minute drive. Another 15 minute drive inland will take you to Lanzarote Caballo which is an excursion centre for horse riding.
There are a number of options for eating out in the resort with the restaurants all boasting front line views of the marina. Its easy to stroll along the promenade and take a look at varied menus on offer. There might be a smaller selection than the larger resorts but it is easy to find something to suit your apetite. Steaks, burgers, fish, traditional canarian food, Indian, Itallion and even your traditional sunday roast can be found along with a british style menu in one of the bars. Of course you can stop in the restaurants during the day for a drink or a coffee and watch the world go by.
The nightlife is centred around either eating out or chill out bars with soft music and comfortable sofas. If you are looking for something a little more lively you can easily take a taxi to Puerto del Carmen which has an abundance of entertainment bars.
Its a good base to explore the island either by car or organised excursion. The southern attractions are not far and include Timanfaya National Park, El Golfo and Los Hervideros. Even if you are not planning on going too far, there are some lovely clifftop walks, north to Puerto del Carmen and south will take you to the little fishing village of Playa Quemada which is a good place to try some traditional food in one of the seafront restaurants.
Marina excursions include Catlanza which is a trip on a catamaran to the Papagayo beaches in Playa Blanca, Mizu sea fishing, Puerto Calero sailing and the Submarine safari
There is a small shopping mall with upmarket designer shops offering all of the top labels, a couple of souvernir shops, perfume and duty free and a supermarket. A market selling all types of craft products takes place every Tuesday and Friday morning.
This resort is so much more than a marina, the atmososphere speaks for its self. A world away from everyday lifewhere you can enjoy the best cafés, bars and restaurants a stroll away from you villa in Puerto Calero
Puerto Calero Villa Rental Locations
Villa LVC212405 - 3 bedroom - sleeps 6