Casa Adobe Colonial house was built in early 1900's, centrally located in the District of Santa Ana de Coro. This charming home, itself a historic landmark, is located just a few blocks from the area museums, cathedrals and downtown shopping district where you can sample traditional cuisine and visit the local artisans. The home can accommodate up to 10 people, with air conditioning in all of the bedrooms and living spaces. Comes with fresh linens, a fully equiped kitchen, two full baths, Direct TV, hammocks on the courtyard, a bbq grill, lush gardens and as of March 2016 a new above ground pool. Private parking nearby.
Casa Adobe Colonial construida en 1900, situado en el distrito colonial de Santa Ana de Coro. Esta encantadora casa, en sí un hito histórico, se encuentra a pocas cuadras de los museos, catedrales de la zona y distrito comercial del centro, donde podrá degustar la cocina tradicional y visitar a los artesanos locales. La casa tiene capacidad para 10 personas, con aire acondicionado en todas las habitaciones y espacios de vida. Viene con ropa de cama, una cocina totalmente equipada, dos baños completos, Direct TV, hamacas en el patio, una parrilla de barbacoa, jardines y a partir de marzo 2016 una nueva piscina. Parking privado en las inmediaciones.
Climate: Coro has a hot semi-arid climate with an average of approximately 382 mm of rainfall per year. The highest rainfall occurs between October and December. The average temperature is 28.9 °C, with minimum temperatures of 25 °C and maximum 34 °C. The city is sunny, averaging over 3100 hours of sunshine a year. It is characterized by great force winds, can register speeds of 35 km/h.
Coro has inherited a monumental architecture of the colonial and republican times features typical of the Andalusian architecture (southern Spain), with materials and techniques used by Native Americans based in the mud, like adobe and wattle, which gives it a unique personality. Equally characteristic has a certain pattern that combines traditional Spanish checkerboard layout with an irregular shape typical of medieval German cities, product of the period in which the city was the seat of the domain of Welser. In the central town is common will find yourself with streets that end abruptly, breaking the regularity of the Spanish checkerboard. Ambrosius Alfinger (German of the house of the Welsers and first Governor of the Province of Venezuela) restructures the layout of the streets based on the original layout of the founding of the city.
With its earthen constructions unique in the Caribbean, Coro is the surviving example of the rich fusion of indigenous traditions with the Spanish Mudéjar architectural techniques and irregular shape of German Welser architecture. It is one of the first colonial cities, was founded in 1527, and its colonial architecture prevails until today. Over 600 buildings have been appointed in Coro as heritage.
Traveling one hour north, the tourist will find world-famous beaches for windsurfing in the Paraguaná Peninsula. One hour south, "La Sierra de Coro" presents small towns with a more temperate climate and views of the city. On clear days, visitors will be able to see the médanos (dunes) and behind them the Paraguana Peninsula with its Cerro Santa Ana. Driving west, tourists can also visit Urumaco, an important fossil site. The Sierra de San Luis National Park is 30 km to the south, with a number of attractions including birdwatching and nature observation; Cerro Galicia, the highest hill in the district; the Hueque resurgence cave and associated waterfalls; the Acarite river cave; and the 305 m deep Haitón del Guarataro, the deepest limestone cave in Venezuela. Source: Wikipedia