SANTA ANA, PLAYA SANTIAGO, ALAJERÓ
Terra Fortunata developed the Santa Ana Partial Plan in 2007 and the urbanization was completed and received in 2015.The first luxury villas are finished and sold. Terra Fortunata markets the plots and rents the properties exclusively in the partial plan, ensuring that the design of the properties is in accordance with the local architecture and that noise levels are minimal to guarantee the rest of the residents.
Santa Ana is a restful, quiet and welcoming area with a stable subtropical climate throughout the year with winter temperatures of 18 to 27 degrees, an exquisite landscape with multiple local species, endemic birds of the area, and fantastic well-marked trails that allow routes.
We have paid meticulous attention to the landscaping with a coastal walk full of viewpoints overlooking the sea and its gardens and fruit trees that are 100% organic and only treated with organic farming methods. The heart of Santa Ana is a fruit park that offers its mangoes, papayas, bananas and other fruits to residents who rent in our villas.
The villas now for rent have a magnificent ocean view with a panoramic ocean view covering a 200 degree view and are just a short five minute walk to the beach in the charming fishing village of Playa de Santiago. The houses are equipped with high quality accessories, including fiber, wifi, Smart TV, modern kitchens and marble bathrooms, barbecues, ecological gardens, large Canarian palm trees and always three citrus species.
Santa Ana is an ideal place to recharge your batteries, sunbathe, feel peace and perhaps inspire you to continue developing your favorite projects, or simply to relax or disconnect from the routine with family or friends.
Imagine getting up when the sun rises over the Atlantic, at 22 ° C. Enjoy your coffee early in the morning while you make plans for the day, and take a dip in your refreshing pool. During the day you can order a paella, barbecue or food, or a takeaway massage through our service platform.
Playa Santiago is the jewel of the island of La Gomera, the second smallest of the Canary Islands, far from mass tourism and without risk to health.