Yucca Park 36 – One Bed: Yucca Park Apartments to Rent
One of our Yucca Park apartments to rent in Fanabe, Tenerife. This lovely apartment has been fully refurbished in a modern style with a washing machine.
This is one of our Yucca Park apartments to rent, which has been refurbished in a modern style. The complex is situated in the Fanabe area of Costa Adeje in Tenerife. It is only one line back from the sea front, so is very close to Fanabe Playa, a long sandy beach lined with plenty of restaurants and bars and other amenities.
The lounge is furnished with a comfortable sofa bed and there is a flatscreen TV with satellite channels, beneath a large mirror. Patio doors lead out to the balcony which enjoys a pool view and has been furnished with a patio table and chairs. The kitchen is modern and well equipped with a full oven, ceramic hob and extractor fan. There is also a breakfast bar and stools as well as a tall fridge/freezer.
The bedroom has 2 single beds, fitted wardrobes, and a dressing table with mirror. The bathroom has a shower cubicle with wash hand basin, WC and there is also a washing machine.
Dogs in Tenerife
The Bichon Tenerife is one of 4 varieties of Bichon breeds. The other three being Maltese, Havanese and Bolognaise. They originated in the Mediterranean, but there are some rumours indicating that this breed originated in Tenerife. It is said that sailors took hem from Tenerife to Europe in the 14th century. Today they are very common breed on the island.
The Dogo Canario is similar to the mastiff and is large thick set shepherd dog. It has a broad, square head and a powerful, muscular shape. The ears are often cropped for safety while working with cattle. It is also known as the Canary Mastiff, and was used as guard dogs by peasants, working in the fields.
The breed is said to have been created as a result of the Roman Conquest of Britain from around 43AD. Both the Romans and British had dogs fighting alongside them: the Romans used a breed called Molossus from Greece and the British a broad-mouthed Mastiff. The Romans were so impressed by the latter that they later bred from the 2 breeds and the resultant breed became the Dogo Canario, as the Romans exported the dogs to Spain for guarding, hunting big game and baiting.
The breed can be suspicious of strangers, which of course makes them good guard dogs and they can be difficult to train if not tackled early.