Origo mare is made of 12 private landscaped Oasis's each consisting of 50 properties that are well spread out each having their own front and rear gardens and each Oasis having a swimming pool, Tennis and racket ball courts. Origo Mare covers 400 acres along the beautiful untouched beach of Majanicho, perfect for walking, sunbathing, swimming, windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing and any other watersports. You can come here and enjoy all of this and more in the sunshine 12 months of the year.
Villa Carev is a privately owned self contained Villa in Oasis 1, it can sleep 4 people, has 1 bedroom (with ceiling fan), 1 bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen (Including washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, fridge freezer, oven & hob, Extractor fan, all crockery & utensils including wine glasses, breakfast bar with 2 stools), living room (with ceiling fan) with a pull out metal framed bed settee, Dining table with 4 chairs, downstairs terrace and a roof sun terrace that has adjustable sun lounges with cushions (stored indoors in protective covers), the sun terrace has spectacular views of the North Shore.
To make your stay even more enjoyable if required you can request a mini hamper to be at the house ready for when you arrive which covers all the basic things that you would require. There are 2 options one being Basic and Luxury, This can be added at checkout if requested.
The area is very quiet and like a private paradise, it boasts tremendous ocean & mountain views and has an onsite restaurant although it is still highly recommended that you have a car when staying at Origo Mare.
If you want to explore then there is lots and lots for you to see and do. Starting with the nearest town Lajares there are bars, restaurants, a bakery and a supermarket. The bakery is our favourite place when we come here, it sells the most lovely cream cakes, fresh bread, sandwiches to order and little quiches. This is located just past pastelo's on the right hand side with the blue doors and is called 'el goloso'.
If you want the hustle & bustle of Fuerteventura then you need to go into Correlejo, here there are lots and lots of restaurants and bars. When eating out if you fancy an Indian try Fazz's next to the harbour, or an Italian then try la Scarpetta in the Le Menara shopping centre (the clock tower on the main strip of Correlejo), if it's local tapas that you are after then try Elhanger or La Tacita in the El Campanario shopping centre (the clock tower on the right after the water park) where you can get a selection of tapas for two people and a bottle of wine for as little as 21 euros. If you fancy a real traditional Canarian meal then you could try 'el horneo' which can be found in Villaverde. There is every type of restaurant in Fuerteventura so it caters for everyone.
If it's nice beaches you are after then Fuerteventura is definitely for you. There are beaches along the coast of Origo Mare, but be careful as the water here can be quite rough. The beaches in Correlejo are beautiful along near Waikiki nightclub. Head towards flag beach near the sand dunes along the coast road to the airport, it is truly stunning here and if you fancy surfing then you can get lessons here. A not so well known very private beach only known to the locals can be found from Tindaya (there is a leaflet at the house for how to find it), when in Tindaya call into the Tindaya arms for a drink or bite to eat, they are very friendly there and the food is good. If you want to go a little further afield you can visit a lovely beach on the west coast where there is still the visible wreckage of the ship named 'the star' which grounded there some years ago.