Lisandro was great at communicating and responding to our needs. However, the area was basically in shut down mode (we had no idea that this is what it would be like in early October) and there was nowhere open to get food nearby so when we arrived (9pm) we had to go hungry until the morning. Even then, we had to walk a while in the pouring rain to the nearest supermarket because the cafe upstairs wasn't open. We were really disappointed as this was a big part of all reviews and we weren't told it was shut.
We didn't have our own transport and arrived by bus so until we got a quad bike (quite expensive to hire even in low season) we were really limited in what we could do, especially with the weather. It is absolutely essential to have a car or quadbike if you stay here.
On the second day, a storm caused a lot of rain that cut the power, and Lisandro recommended we evacuate the area. Another guest had transport so we tried to leave together but realised it would not be possible as the roads were only open to emergency vehicles. In the end we returned to the flat as the roads were closed. Lisandro was helpful and offered us the rest of the stay for free, which was really good, and the sun did come out after that and the power returned! However, I'm not sure I would recommend this flat during the rainy season. There is not much to do and only a few places are open.
The flat itself is fine, and kept nice and clean, but considering the price....the shower pressure is extremely poor (meaning it basically doesn't work at all) and the kitchen could definitely do with new pans (teflon all scratched), wine glasses, and some basics like oil, salt etc provided.