Casa Amarilla

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La Gomera: Taguluche
Holiday home for up to 4 people
from 60 EUR
Ample house, veranda and garden with sea view

Casa Amarilla (La Gomera, Taguluche) - terrace with view of the sea and palms
Casa Amarilla

Casa Amarilla (La Gomera, Taguluche) - living room with sea view
Casa Amarilla
Prices

holiday home for up to 4 people
living space ca. 85 m², veranda ca. 30 m²
floor plan (PDF)

04 APR 2018 – 30 SEP 2018
23 APR 2019 – 30 SEP 2019
2 people: 60*
3 people: 67*
4 people: 74*
01 OCT 2017 – 03 APR 2018
01 OCT 2018 – 22 APR 2019
2 people: 63*
3 people: 70*
4 people: 77*

*EUR per night

minimum 7 nights;
children 0-2 years free, babycot and high chair available;
weekly cleaning and final cleaning inclusive


Gallery

Amenities
  • kitchen: fridge-/freezer combination, ceramic hob (4 zones) and oven, stovetop espresso maker, filter coffee machine, electric kettle, toaster, washing machine, towels
  • living room: sofas, dinig table and chairs, satellite TV/radio, DVD-player, heating
  • bedroom 1: double bed, bed linen
  • bedroom 2: two single beds, bed linen
  • two bathrooms: each with shower, WC, hairdryer, towels
  • veranda: sunloungers, terrace furniture

Location

28°8’11.49″N 17°20’9.02″W
182 m ASL

  • beach (Playa de Alojera) 13 km
  • beach (Valle Gran Rey) 29 km
  • grocer’s shop (Alojera) 10 km
  • supermarket (Vallehermoso) 19 km
  • restaurant (Bar Taguluche) 400 m
  • bus stop 6 km → guaguagomera.com
  • national park 9 km
  • harbour of San Sebastián 48 km

Casa Amarilla

Like the neighbouring holiday home Casa Roja also the yellow house Casa Amarilla provides two living rooms and two bathrooms. The veranda and the spacious living room offer a wide view of the sea and the palm trees, the surroundings are very quiet. Casa Amarilla is situated above the red house, both can be booked together and are perfectly suitable for families or small groups. The houses are well separeted from each other, each with private entrance and terrace. A small bar and restaurant lies at a distance of 400m.

Taguluche is known as the Valley of Women: Over decades only girls were born in this area. The inhabitants’ best kept secret was of course, that the reason for this were false reports in the register of births – a way to prevent their sons from military duty.

Though Taguluche is a part of Valle Gran Rey, the village is about 20 km away. The islands small capital San Sebastián is at a distance of 50 km.