Unpack A Bargain Break in Lanzarote This Winter With Optima Villas

November 27, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
The small Canary Island of Lanzarote is a big favourite with British tourists. Last year alone the popular Spanish owned island welcomed close to 900,000 holidaymakers from the UK and this figure looks likely to remain stable in 2012, despite the ongoing economic crisis and subsequent squeeze on household incomes.

The self catering sector is the fastest growing accommodation type on Lanzarote and a sizeable minority of British tourists seek out good quality holiday villas and apartments to rent, booking their own flights and transfers direct too.

Now anyone seeking a bargain break in the popular resort of Playa Blanca can enjoy a discount of 10% on selected properties from Optima Villas Lanzarote, one of the island's leading independent holiday companies.

This special offer is available for bookings between January 7th and March 28th 2013 and encompasses discounted stays in top quality villas such as Villa Cancun, a two bedroom property with a heated private pool and extensive terraces that's within walking distance of the main beaches and the resort centre and which is now available from just £450 per week.

Or what about seven night sunshine break in Villa Tijuana? This fantastic three bedroom property located close to the seafront in Costa Papagayo and which boasts air conditioning and a heated private pool. All of which is available from just £535 for seven nights.

View more special offers on selected villas by visiting www.optimavillaslanzarote.com or contact Optima direct on their UK Freephone number: 0800 612 0997.

About Optima Villas Lanzarote
Optima Villas Lanzarote have been successfully matching holidaymakers with their ideal rental properties for many years and offer in-resort offices and a 24 helpline for guests, as well as some of the best value accommodation on the island. As a result the company, which is based in Playa Blanca, has enjoyed an increase in sales of over 20% so far this year versus the first ten months of 2011.