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Monte Marina

02/02/17

March 2009 the Buns ran away from the horrid British winter for a week in the sun of Fuerteventura. We booked a week at the Monte Marina Apartments in Esquinosa near Moro Jable, using Canarian Dreams as a travel agents.So what did we get?

Arrival revealed that the complex (the Apartments and the adjoining (textile) hotel) is owned and managed by a German family, fortunately their English is excellent and the welcome was very warm.

The accommodation, of a good size and well furnished was of the highest quality as good as anything I have experience in  the world of timeshare!!.

The grounds were well maintained and very attractive. The salt water pool was surrounded by a large terrace and a couple of buildings housing a library and the sauna .. naked out of the sauna into the sun and then plunging into the pool fabulous absolutely fabulous!

The beach a few hundred yards away and a few hundred feet downhill is the fabulous Playa Esquinosa/ Butihonda Beach white sand and black stone circles described elsewhere on this site

On the downside the pool itself was rather tired ...loosing tiles, no pool bar, there was a charge for the sauna and access to the beach was via the hotel  so you had to dress to get there.

We had booked half board, just as well in view of the collapse of the pound! Breakfast was excellent and the evening meals were good value and the options made choosing easy unlike the all in options at places like the Occidental Grand...

We really liked the place and will be going back.

You can book like we did via Canarian Dreams, or Peng and Chalfont or direct via the hotel web site at www.montemarinaplaya.com

 

 

 

 This site was last updated 26/01/17