Haria and Arrieta I Holiday lettings Spain

Holiday lettings Spain near Haria

Haria is a fantastic choice for holiday villas in Spain if you want to explore amazingly diverse landscapes, a welcoming culture and a fascinating history. It is both distinctive and unique, known as ‘the village of one thousand palm trees.’ The volcanic earth provides a fertile base where verdant fauna, including the village’s trademark palm trees springs forth. If you are seeking peace and quiet in picturesque surroundings, Haria could be the right location to book your forest holidays. With plenty of activities and nearby things to do, this is also the perfect destination for families.

Things to do in Haria - Villas Spain

Apart from admiring the fantastic scenery, Haria also proves to be a wonderful walking location, a great spot for donkey safaris and somewhere with lovely shops and restaurants. Rent holiday villas in Spain nearby and experience the wonderful marked hiking trails in the vicinity, where you can appreciate local nature to the fullest. Fans of wildlife and photography will be impressed by everything that they find here. Haria was also the Cesar Manrique, whom you may wish to learn some more about during your visit to villas in Spain. Also enjoy the craft shops, artists’ workshops and general creative atmosphere of Haria!

Coastal cottages in Arrieta

Arrieta is recommended to you instead of, perhaps, villas in Majorca as a cosy fishing village in the northeast of the island of Lanzarote. Peace, tranquillity and some superb fish restaurants characterise this small town by the sea. Enjoy a range of lovely shops, restaurants and beaches here. Visit Playa La Garita – Arrieta’s Blue Flag Beach. Here you will have everything you need for a family outing whilst renting villas in Spain - great waters for snorkelling and swimming, sandy beach, playground and a lovely restaurant right on the beach. There is something for everyone and being such a small village, it is relatively unknown.

Arrieta – Villas Spain

Arrieta, unlike many coastal destinations on the island of Lanzarote is not a purpose-built tourist attraction, but a genuine and authentic fishing village with a working harbour. Watching the colourful fishing boats come in is relaxing and worlds away from the loud, crowded and not-so-family oriented resorts you can find elsewhere on some Spanish islands. Stay at luxurious villas or dog-friendly cottages near here for authentic experiences. Meet the local people and explore their day-to-day customs. Try Canarian specialties like locally produced wine or ‘wrinkly’ salted potatoes with paprika and garlic sauce. This is a paradise off the beaten track, for more of a cosmopolitan atmosphere, try Barcelona apartments.