Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 5
In the beautiful and exclusive Emerald Coast we offer a cozy and freshly (March 2013) renewed 1 room apartment, with amazing sea view, within the Tanca Manna beach resort.
30 m2 plus 12 m2 (private terrace)
Completely equipped kitchen
Just renewed bathroom with shower
Wide terrace with sea view
Digital terrestrial TV
Distance to the beach: 200m
Private car parking included
About 1 Km away from Caniggione (Arzachena municipality) the Tanca Manna, is a totally independent resort, with bars, restaurants, swimming pool and shops inside the structure. Caniggione is within walking distance, while others Emerald Coast sites, like Porto Cervo or Baia Sardinia are 15-20 minutes drive distant. A bus also runs throughout the coast.
Olbia International Airport (Easyjet) and port lay about 45 minutes from the house. Alghero (Ryanair) is one and a half hour distant.
Si affitta ampio monolocale, vista mare, rinnovato a marzo 2013, ri-arredato (NB: foto ante-lavori) all'interno del resort Tanca Manna.
Al 1° piano, 30mq + 12mq di terrazzo privato vista mare
5 posti letto (1 letto matrimoniale, 1 letto singolo e 1 divano letto).
Cucina completamente attrezzata.
Bagno appena rinnovato.
Ampio terrazzo privato con vista mare.
Tv con digitale terrestre.
Distanza dalla spiaggia: 200m
Posto auto compreso nel prezzo
situato a 1 Km da Cannigione (fraz. di Arzachena), Tanca Manna è un villaggio vacanze totalmente indipendente, con bar, ristoranti, negozi, piscina e animazione. Cannigione è raggiungibile a piedi o in bici, mentre altre località come Porto Cervo, Baia Sardinia possono essere raggiunte in scooter (20-25 minuti) o macchina (15-20 minuti), oppure in bus.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||tanca manna 200 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Olbia, Costa smeralda 35 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (1), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 5|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
The Sardinia region
Sardinia is Italy's second largest island and the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. It's also a geographical and political region of Italy, famed for its beautiful beaches and fascinating history.
here is much to do in Sardinia, but the island will probably appeal more to nature lovers than to clubbers (with the exception of the Costa Smeralda area, one of the 'hot spots' of the Italian show-business jet set).
Sea: sailing has become increasingly popular in the last thirty years, in particular in the Costa Smeralda area; the first Italian challenge in the America's Cup hailed from there. There are many ports everywhere, and some places are reachable only by boat. Do not miss this opportunity if you like to sail.
Islands: while not many, the islands are generally of interest; check in particular the Asinara National Park (famous for its Albino Donkeys) and the Maddalena archipelago in the North, the islands of San Pietro (a community of Genoese fishermen) and Sant'Antioco (actually connected to the main land since Roman times) in the South.
Beaches and coasts: the North and Northeast (from Stintino to Budoni) boast many beautiful beaches. The Eastern coast is also very interesting: Cala Gonone, Arbatax, Muravera and Villasimius, to name a few. The deep South (Chia, Pula) is quickly growing as a major tourist attraction. The western coast is of a very different character; large beaches some kilometres long can be found (Porto Pino, Marina di Gonnesa, Marina di Arbus). Of note is Piscinas (Marina di Arbus) with its 60 m-tall sand dunes. Finally, the Alghero area is renowned for its underwater caves and grottoes and attracts many scuba divers.
Hills and 'Mountains': while Sardinia's highest elevation does not reach 2000 m (6500 ft), do not be fooled: terrain is steep, snow falls in winter, and there are four ski resort in the Gennargentu area. Hills are everywhere in Sardinia, from the Northeastern Monte Limbara Range to the Iglesiente area in the Southwest, even at the outskirts of Cagliari.
The Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast) for its resorts, sandy beaches and marinas, where parade the yachts of the rich vacationers from around the world, is one of the most famous coast of Sardinia . But the Costa Smeralda is not just the lavish lifestyle. These turquoise waters also have the arcipelago of the "La Maddalena" (pic n°2), seven islands that are a haven of peace and a National Park.
This coast of the Sardinia is also famous as exclusive coastal holiday playground of the international jet set, up since the Aga Khan discovered in the 60s this wild land. A strict consortium, however, ensures that the luxury hotels,the marinas and the carefully guarded private villas not dominate the landscape, but rather adapt to their environment. Almost all the houses along the Emerald Coast were built from its own local materials such as rock and granite.
Porto Rotondo (pic n°3) and Porto Cervo (pic n°4) are the center of the social life of the Costa Smeralda, with all their luxury villas, harbors, bars, nightclubs and fashionable hangouts, while not far from these two villages you find the wonderful bays of "Baia Sardinia" (pic n°5) and "Liscia di Vacca" (pic n°6).
The hinterland of the Costa Smeralda is also rich in archaeological sites recalling the civilization of the past as the sites of Coddu Ecchiu and Nuraghe. There is also the city of Olbia, which is very close and has an airport and you can reach all countries of the world.