Quinta Valencia
La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain

This villa is for sale, not for rent at the moment! See: La Palma Vacant

For rent on La Palma, the world's most beautiful island.
A luxurious 500 square metre, marble floored, five bedroom, four bathroom villa. Situated on a 45.000 square metre vineyard estate with panoramic ocean, mountain and valley views.

 

Villa Valencia is an extraordinarily beautiful and spacious residence situated on a 45.000m2 large estate where Malvasía grapes are being cultivated. The still relatively undiscovered Canary Island and the world's most beautiful island, according to the Berlitz Canary Islands Pocket Guide.
Villa Valencia is the pre-eminent Canarian-style manor house on the Canary Islands.

 

 

There are varied and dramatic panoramic vistas towards the ocean, overlooking the Aridane Valley below, and to the mountains behind, with three beaches within a 20 minutes drive. For the situation please click in the menu at "prices and info", there's a link to a map at the bottom of this page. This holiday villa is fully equipped with all luxury and has an

ADSL internet connection.

 


 

 

Quinta Valencia is situated on a British-owned estate on the upper reaches of the Aridane Valley on the sunny west side of La Palma, at an altitude of 840 metres above sea level, and very nearby the border of one of Spain's pre-eminent national parks, La Caldera de Taburiente.
Driving time to the airport is approximately 20-30 minutes (for flights see our links page). The property is five minutes from the picturesque town of El Paso, which contains a very large and modern supermarket, shops, banks, a post office, and there are a number of excellent local and international restaurants within a 10 minute drive. For lovers of horses there is an equestrian farm near by the house.


 

Steps lead downwards from front portico and into the 8m x 8m heated pool. The property is entered via electrically operated gates along a palm tree lined driveway.


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a morning in our "winter"

 

 

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