We were welcomed by the owner, a nice lady who explained everything in lively Spanish. I understood it thanks to my knowledge of Italian and when not, her son helped to translate into English. She showed the apartment and left us a big bowl of fruits, another of chocolate, Canarian coffee and a bottle of Spanish wine. Very kind of her.
The apartment had everything we needed and was clean. There were enough towels and the kitchen was well equipped. There are three rooms, two of which are bedrooms. There is a nice balcony where we sat every evening for several hours and enjoyed the loneliness of the place where one sometimes hears only the big waves crashing against the cliffs.
The apartment is located in the very NW end of the island in an apartment complex of several dozens of apartments, All this is in the middle of an empty landscape practically without vegetation. But the coast is beautiful with its cliffs and ocean waves, The ocean was just about 50 m from our window, down below because the apartments are higher on a cliff. We had a beautiful view of it. It is possible to go down the stairs and enjoy the view from there as well but it is not possible to swim there in winter. However, they said that it is possible in summer.
It is absoletely necessary to rent a car for living there. But do not be afraid of driving - the airport is just 50 km away and by then you have already covered half of the island. The best beaches lie in the south in Maspalomas and it is ca 90 km away. We went there on three days out of our seven when we wanted to investigate the southern part of the island. But there is a lot to see also in the north and the centre of the island and in this case you do not need to drive much.
I recommend the apartment to anybody who likes to live away from touristic places with big hotels and hundreds of fellow countrymen around you. To those who like silent evenings with only the sound of the ocean. The TV showed only Spanish programs so if you do not understand the language, it would not be very entertaining. And there is no WIFI in the apartment. Prepare to spend your evenings talking to the people you spend your holiday with or reading a book. There is nowhere to go for a walk because it would be dark, unless you drive to the next village where there are a few bars. Or to a town farther away which has more eateries to offer. We stayed at home and enjoyed it after a lof of sightseeing all over the island in the daytime.