Bungalow Iwana

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Description

Always present in our grounds is the Iguana, green, yellow, gold, camouflaging in the vegetation. The Iwana bungalow is located on a second floor and its living space is perfect for a family of four or will serve as an ideal suite for a couple. Among its main features is a spectacular wooden balcony that offers privileged views to watch the sea and the changing colors of the waves.
It includes a king bed and two single beds with mosquito nets, two ceiling fans, safety box, mini bar, and a bathroom with a water view. Wooden details make every corner of the bungalow an authentic and special place, while the fully furnished terrace with two beautiful hammocks and teak dining table beckons throughout the day.

3D TOUR – BUNGALOWS WUII AND IWANA

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