Bedroom, with twin beds, a fully fitted wardrobe, and a dressing table.
Living room, with a double pull-out sofa bed and a single convertible pouffe bed, a coffee table, a cabinet, a cupboard and bookshelves.
Kitchen, with an electric two-ring hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, kettle, toaster, and ample cutlery, crockery and glassware.
Dining room, with a foldaway table and storage benches under an adjustable skylight.
Bathroom, with walk-in shower, toilet, and vanity unit with mirror and lighting.
Private patio, with two sunbeds, four chairs and a table with parasol, as well as a barbecue.
Garden, with shrubs, plants and hedges.
Accommodation Summary : Jardin del Sol is a very quiet and spacious holiday complex set within picturesque gardens.
It is conveniently situated close to the centre of Playa Blanca and its Punta Limones commercial centre within easy walking distance of the harbour and seafront walkway as well as local supermarkets, shops, restaurants and bars.
The bungalow - with its pool view from the patio and private garden -sleeps up to 4 people in accommodation consisting of one bedroom, a living room, a kitchen, a separate dining area, and a bathroom with shower.
Other Information A satellite TV offers a wide range of news, entertainment, film, music, sport and childrens programmes, a DVD player gives the opportunity to play favourite DVDs, and a radio with a CD and cassette player provides audio entertainment.
There is a selection of books and magazines as well as card and board games.
The safety deposit box is located at the bottom of the bedroom wardrobe.
Cot hire is available on request
The weekly cleaning service incorporates a change of bed linen and bathroom, hand and kitchen towels.
Ample car parking is available in the cul-de-sac behind the bungalow.
Lanzarote Lanzarote - the fourth largest and most easterly of the Canaries situated approximately 130 kilometres off the west coast of Africa - is an island of outstanding contrast with a stark natural beauty which merits its status as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Its resorts range from the modern and lively to the peaceful and relaxing.
The Lanzarote landscape is varied. It consists of a surreal volcanic inland of rocky proportions centred on Timanfaya National Park - capped by the Montanas de Fuego (Fire Mountains) with their 300 craters - which looks so much like the moon that astronauts have used the area for lunar training and film producers have made space movies there. There are regions of fertile land covered by thick ash, which absorbs dew overnight to retain the moisture needed to grow grapevines for producing wine as well as lettuce, onion and other crops. The coastline has superb sandy beaches different in colour and interspersed by bays and coves dissimilar in shape and size.
Playa Blanca Playa Blanca is a former fishing village on the south west tip of Lanzarote that has retained many of its traditional features and much of its original charmand is ideal for couples and families.
There are three local sandy beaches - Playa Flamingo backed by tropical gardens to the west of the harbour, the small Playa Blanca, and the expansive Playa Dorada offering a variety of water sports - with gently shelved, calm waters ideal for bathing.
It enjoys stunning views across the Straits of Bocaina to Fuerteventura and the smaller neighbouring island of Los Lobos.
Its informal, relaxed atmosphere focuses on a small harbour - offering a 35-minute ferry service to Fuerteventura at regular hourly intervals - which stands at the mid point of a wide, level seafront promenade stretching eastwards from Punta de Pechiguera under the shadow of the imposing Montana Roja to Las Coloradas Beach at Punta del Papagayo.