For Sale € 198.000 - RESIDENTIAL, Semi-detached Villa
Semi detached chalet Parque Natural Corralejo
FOR SALE Semi detached chalet Parque Natural Corralejo
This duplex property comprises: at the ground floor there is a front garden, two bedrooms, large living-dining room, independent and equipped kitchen, a bathroom.
Upstairs there is another double bedroom, a bathroom and a large terrace with stunning sea views.
This property is sold fully furnished as show in the photos.
About Corralejo, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
Corralejo is a lively turistic resort located in the north-east of Fuerteventura which is the island with the drier climate of the Canary Islands and is an ideal site to invest in a holiday home.
Most of the Corralejo area, with its magnificent white sand dunes, is a Natural Park since 1982 and it is one of the most important parks of Fuerteventura and the Canary Islands.
If you are coming from the airport along the coast road that lead to Corralejo you will be impressed by the show that offers the landscape: the white sand dunes on one side and the turquoise color of the sea on the other.
Corralejo was borned like a fishing village and today is a booming turistic area, lively, full of bars and restaurants where you can enjoy fresh fish.
In Corralejo area, many residents of Fuerteventura have the apartment, house or villa for the holidays, but there are also many level hotel complexes.
The square of the “Pueblo” comes alive in the late afternoon for a drink and during the dinner you can always watch small concerts of live music.
Once, many of these restaurants were fishermen’s homes.
From Corralejo you can reach the neighboring island of Lanzarote in 20 minutes by ferry and visit the nearby island of Lobos, a Natural Park, totally uninhabited and where there is not even a house or other real estate, with the exception of an old fisherman’s house, now used as a restaurant.
Corralejo and surroundings are the perfect place for a home house or holiday villa in Fuerteventura, the paradise of the Canary Islands