Diamonte is a stunning villa that is spacious and bright, it is built on two levels and is located in a quiet residential area in San Agustín Bay. It is conveniently located a short drive from Cala Bassa, Cala Conta and the many beautiful beaches on the West Coast are only 20 minutes by car. The villa is only a 5 minute drive from the night life, restaurants, bars, supermarkets, shops and banks of San Antonio.
Diamonte has a private, very well kept garden with a lawn, sunny and shady areas and an inviting large swimming pool area surrounded by a wooden deck and six sun beds. There are several terraces and a large porch with has two tables, a four seater and six seater, a perfect place for al fresco dining.
On the ground floor there is a spacious, bright entrance hall leading to a dining area with a table seating eight and a large living room with plasma digital international satellite TV and home cinema. There is a fully equipped, modern kitchen with all sorts of appliances and a large pantry. There is also a home osmosis water filter system for drinking water.
This is the perfect place if you are looking for privacy, ideal for friends and families who want to enjoy the tranquillity without being far from the most exclusive beaches of the island, restaurants, bars, supermarkets and shops.
Rental licence number; VT-306-E
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Things we love
"It goes without saying that the nightlife here is world renowned but there is so much more to this beautiful island than the clubs and DJs it has become famous for. We highly recommend a boat trip to the pretty and peaceful Formontera beach. With turquoise waters and soft, white sand, it is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the whole of Spain."
Things to be aware of
"Parking can be tricky when visiting the main towns. It is often easier to find a car park or parking space just outside the town and wander in on foot. Restaurants can be pricey too but it is well worth exploring eateries and bars away from the main streets which can be less expensive and more authentic."