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Apartment | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Casa Elena is situated in a unique structure, where there are 3 other apartments
The apartments at the back are far enough away so you do not hear any noise that might disturb the guests of the house and there is no presence of the owner.
There is terrace of 15 sqm, located on the sand, so you can eat overlooking the sea, while the children play safely. The terrace is equipped with electric blind cover sun, barbecue stainless steel portable chairs and outdoor tables for a max of 6 people.
From the veranda to the sea, there are about 20 m. The beach is sandy and the sea without rocks.At about 500 m, you can see the remains of a Roman villa, partially buried in the sands. The veranda has a sea view of 180 degrees.
From the veranda leads to the bright living room of 25 square meters, in which there is a fireplace, tables and chairs, a kitchen with ventilated oven, range hood, gas stove, and a dresser with glasses and cutlery. From the living room on the same floor there is a bathroom with shower, wc, bidet.
Through a wrought iron staircase leads to the upper floor, in which there is another double bedroom, a twin bedroom and attic space, and a bathroom with shower and accessories. The interior features terracotta floors, and the bathrooms are finished in Sardinia ceramic.
1.5 km distance market (From June to September there is a supermarket opened in the locality of Funtana Meiga, 1.5 km away from the house, at other times the main center near and' Cabras about 9 km.
Distance to the restaurant, bar, pizzeria 50 mt.
Distance from the airport and the port of Cagliari 107 km
Distance from the airport and the port of Olbia 192 km
Torres Distance from port: 150 km
Distance Alghero airport: 160 km
Oristano city Distance: 19 km
Medical center: From June to September in San Giovanni a medical service away from the house 200 m.
Sardinia apartments: your holiday in sardinia!
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||San giovanni di Sinis|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cagliari 100 km, Nearest railway: Oristano 20 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Staffed property, Sea view|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, BBQ|
The Sardinia region
If you are looking for fine Italian wine and food, consider the Sardinia region of southern Italy. You may find a bargain, and I hope that you'll have fun on this fact-filled wine education tour.
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean, located in the Tyrrhenian Sea west of mainland Italy. Sardinia's terrain is mountainous, and its beaches are excellent. Sardinia is known for archeological ruins and has become a tourist destination for the international jet set. Because of its exceptional location Sardinia has always popular, Invaders include Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, and Spaniards, without mentioning numerous Italian peoples. During part of the 18th and 19th Century it was united with the northern region of Piedmont in the Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia. The population is about 1.6 million.
Sardinia's administrative center is Cagliari, an ancient university town on the southern coast of the island. Its population is approximately one hundred sixty thousand. The famous author D. H. Lawrence compared this beautiful city to a "White Jerusalem." Another city of interest is Sassari, which has the best collection of Sardinian art.
Sardinia is Italy's leading source of organic produce, and includes nearly one-third of Italy's land cultivated biologically. The climate is subtropical and more than half the territory is devoted to pasture land. Food is plentiful, it is said that there are over 500 kinds of bread, perhaps one for every village. The inland is full of meat, including lamb, goat, pork and game, while the coast teems with fish, lobster, and eel.
Sardinia devotes about 107 thousand acres to grapevines, it ranks 8th among the 20 Italian regions. Its total annual wine production is about 28 million gallons, giving it a 12th place. About 57% of the wine production is red or rosé (only a bit of rosé), leaving 43% for white. The region produces 19 DOC wines and one DOCG wine, Vermentino di Gallura, one of the two DOCG wines produced in southern Italy. DOC stands for Denominazione di Origine Controllata, which may be translated as Denomination of Controlled Origin, presumably a high-quality wine. The G in DOCG stands for Garantita, but there is in fact no guarantee that such wines are truly superior. About 15% of Sardinian wine carries the DOC or DOCG designation. Sardinia is home to almost dozen four major and secondary grape varieties, about half white and half red.
There are no widely grown international white grape varieties in Sardinia. The best known Italian white varieties are Vermentino, Nuragus, and Vernaccia.
Widely grown international red grape varieties include Cannonau, known as Garnacha in Spain, and Grenache in France and elsewhere, and Carignano, known as Carignan in France. The best known Italian red variety is Monica, which probably originated in Spain, and may be related to California's Mission grape variety.
Before we review the Sardinian wine and cheese that we were lucky enough to purchase at a local wine store and a local Italian food store, here are a few suggestions of what to eat with indigenous wines when touring this beautiful region.
Territory of San Giovanni: S. Giovanni di Sinis is a one of the most attractive area for several reasons: Its particular geomorphology, has established a safe haven for people like the ancient Phoenicians, who founded Tharros around 248 BC.In fact, The Sinis peninsula separates the Gulf of Oristano, from the open sea, so that 'one part of the peninsula you can see a calm sea, in the other part of the peninsula you can see a wavy sea.. Locals call the two seas "alive sea " and "dead sea".
The area of the Sinis was colonized by peoples who built conical buildings called nuraghi: There are about 64 “ nuraghi, but only 31 are visible. The richness of ponds, the abundance of fish,water and food, have attracted human settlement since 4000 BC . Different civilizations also took place in this territory, and each has something left in its wake. This area is surprising for its colors, both above and below the sea.
To visit: Tharros Capo San Marco,the church of St. john, the Phoenician-Punic necropolis, “Su Pranu” “monteprama” where the giants statues were discovered in 1991.
Services in the area of San Giovanni Sinis: Services in this area are:
- Market: located in Funtana meiga open from June to September inclusive.
- Restaurants: Dunes, and many kiosks on-demand roasted fresh fish. .
- Beach service: on request we provide lounge chairs and umbrellas to their customers.
- Medical tourism: over the period from July to August there is an emergency medical service.
- Travel Services: we offer special services for our affiliated ( comfort card)
- Golf: 23 km away is the golf course "Is Arenas", a 18-hole golf course among the most beautiful in Italy.
beaches near San Giovanni di Sinis: the beach of Is ARUTTAS, Mari ermi, Maimoni, in the vicinity of Seu there is a beautiful beach called by locals "beach paradise."
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