Casa La Oliva

  • Location: Town / Village
    Closest restaurant and shops: In walking distance
    Closest beaches (west and east coast): 15-20 mins by car
  • Fuerteventura Airport (FUE): 27km (30 mins by car)
    Car recommended
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An introduction to Casa La Oliva

How would you describe Casa La Oliva in a nutshell?

Casa La Oliva is located in the heart of Fuerteventura in the authentic Canarian village of La Oliva. This completely renovated, 19th-century property is an architectural gem, consisting of two exclusive suites that stand on the foundation of a former theatre and original “casa”.

What is the story behind Casa La Oliva, what was your inspiration to create it?

Casa La Oliva was once home to a bourgeois family with social and cultural ties to the area. On the back of an economy based on cochineal, orchilla and barilla stone, the family invested significant resources into the development of the village and its character today.

How would you describe the atmosphere and the interior design of Casa La Oliva?

In the suites, minimalism predominates. The clean lines, whitewashed walls and square windows overlooking the courtyard give a feeling of space and lightness while the colourful sofas, rattan chairs and wooden tables add a touch of warmth. 

To you personally, what is so special about Casa La Oliva?

I think it’s the architecture and the art that make Casa La Oliva so special. The property was designed by the Berlin-based architect, Néstor Pérez Batista, who was originally from Lanzarote. One of the goals was to establish a relationship between the patio and the interior, emphasising the sense of openness and transparency while making the outdoor spaces feel like another room. 

Casa La Oliva’s sculpture was envisioned by the Tenerife-based artist, Óscar Latuag, and is an ode to the island's natural heritage. It represents cochineal, orchilla and barilla stone, all of which were fundamental elements in the production of traditional pigments. Through the dynamic interaction with sunlight throughout the day, the work creates an ever-changing play of intricate shadows on the walls. 

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Hallway
El Antigo Teatro
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Pool views
La Antigua Vivienda
La Antigua Vivienda
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Casa La Oliva rooms & rates

The villa consists of two independent suites, each of which is 85 square metres and designed for two people. The units share a swimming pool (10x2 metres and not heated), as well as the surrounding sun terrace with its luxurious sun beds.

  • El Antiguo Teatro for 2 people / 85 m²
    350 / night

    Unavailable

    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • Terrace

    El Antiguo Teatro centres around a kitchen-dining space with an eight-seater table overlooking the swimming pool. The kitchen is equipped with an oven and hob, a fridge-freezer and a coffee maker, as well as a toaster and a dishwasher. Adjacent to the dining room is a living space and an ensuite sleeping area with a king-size bed, a dressing room and a rain shower over a round bath.

  • La Antigua Vivienda for 2 people / 85 m²
    350 / night

    Unavailable

    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 1 Other rooms
    • Terrace

    La Antigua Vivienda has a kitchen-dining space with a six-seater table that connects to a living room with a large sofa. The kitchen is equipped with an oven and hob, a fridge-freezer and a coffee maker, as well as a toaster and a dishwasher. There is an ensuite bedroom with a king-size bed, a large dressing area and an open bathroom with a double sink, plus a rain shower over a square bath.

Included in the rates
Rates include a delicious breakfast made with local and seasonal products, daily cleaning and a concierge service.
Children & Extra beds
Unfortunately, this place is suitable for adults only.
Minimum stay
4 nights
Check in time
after 16:00
Check out time
before 11:00

Facilities & services

  • Swimming pool
  • WiFi
  • Maid service
  • Concierge service
  • TV
  • Garden
  • Courtyard
  • Not suitable for children
  • Laundry service
  • Safe box
  • Hair dryer

The suites share a swimming pool (10x2 metres) and the surrounding sun terrace, which is dotted with luxurious sun beds. In addition to satellite TV and complimentary Wi-Fi, we provide bath/beach towels and 100% cotton percale bed linen (from Cometa Home).

Breakfast is included in the rates and features local, seasonal and regional products while cleaning is provided daily. We also have a concierge service to help guests with booking private transportation, walking/cycling tours, surf lessons and boat trips, as well as massages, cultural excursions and visits to nearby Lobos Island. 

Things to do in Fuerteventura & La Oliva

  • Art / Culture
  • Massages / Treatments
  • Yoga classes
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Horseback riding
  • Boat trips

In addition to hiking/trekking, you can go horseback riding, visit the Ajuy Caves and Punta Jandía Lighthouse or take a boat trip to the offshore islands. The closest beach is around 15 minutes by car. We particularly love the wild beaches of El Cotillo and Corralejo Dunes Natural Park.

My highlights you should not miss:

  • Corralejo Dunes Natural Park
  • El Cotillo and its wild beaches
  • The sacred mountain of Tindaya

The location of Casa La Oliva

The villa is located in the historic town of La Oliva in northern Fuerteventura, which is the second-largest island of the Canary Islands. It’s around 15 minutes’ drive from the best beaches in the north of the island. Puerto del Rosario (the main ferry port) is around 20 minutes’ drive from the property while Fuerteventura Airport is 30 minutes away. 

There are some very good restaurants within a 15-minute walk of the property. Five minutes away is a little supermarket and there’s another one 15 minutes away. 

What I love most about the northern part of Fuerteventura is that it is so wild. The amazingly scenic roads take in desert landscapes and dunes while offering breathtaking views across the ocean. In this part of the island, you can park your car just a few steps from the beach, far from large crowds.

When is the best time to visit Fuerteventura?

Fuerteventura is a year-round destination, with something to offer visitors each season.