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Villa Alicia

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Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

"Villa Alicia" is located directly in front of the azur-blue Mediterranian water . There are three bedrooms, sleeping 2 respectively with a bathroom in-between, plus a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom. Up to 6 people sleep very comfortable in the house. With its quiet and safe location, this house is ideally suited for a family with children.

"Villa Alicia" is located in a beautiful spot about 10 minutes walk from the small fishing village Stintino. Stintino is situated on the north-west coast of Sardinia, 30 minutes car ride from Alghero's International Airport. There are several nearby beaches, including the famous La Pelosa beach, which is only 5 minutes away with car.

Excellent shopping including supermarkets, a pharmacy and a variety of boutiques are all within walking distance.

The closest international airport is Alghero (AHO) with daily scheduled direct flights from London (Stansted / Ryanair), Frankfurt, Barcelona, Milan, Rome, Venice and Pisa. There are also direct flights from Stockholm, Skavsta (Ryanair) and Arlanda (Fritidsresor) airports.

The Sardinia region

Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia with its app. 1.800 kilometres of coastline, is one of the most popular destinations for people who love aquatic sports and seaside holidays, not only for its natural beauty and geographical position but also for its history.

It is neither a coincidence nor a fashion that nowadays Sardinia is the preferred destination for many tourists. The sea around this large Mediterranean Island (second only to Sicily in size among all Mediterranean Islands) is among the most beautiful and transparent in all the world. In fact D.H. Lawrence in his famous book 'The Sea and Sardinia' wrote that Sardinia was a land like no other and the Sardinian writer, Marcello Serra entitled one of his famous books "Sardinia: Almost a Continent", in order to underline the uniqueness of the Sardinian landscapes and the large and deep differences among the Island's various regions which make Sardinia similar to a continent.

In fact the Sardinian people are renowned for their spontaneous hospitality, and like all islanders thirst for contact with the external world.

People who visit Sardinia discover not only one of the most beautiful and original places in the world but also have an unforgettable holiday. Sardinia offers visitors an array of gastronomic specialities from the ancient cooking traditions of the shepherds to the sea food specialities of the coast. Sardinia is rich in both handicrafts and arts, its carpets, baskets, pottery and its gold filigree jewellery are both unique and of the highest quality.

Sardinian towns and cities, especially those along the coast, have a rich tradition of fish and sea food while inland towns and cities are known for game and farm produce. Over the centuries the mixing of these traditions has evolved into a unique gastronomic experience. Olbia, Stintino, Castelsardo, Alghero, Bosa and Oristano are some of towns where one can try this cuisine. Cagliari is one of Italy's main fishing ports and it is not surprising that its gastronomic traditions are based on sea food and fish.

Stintino

The origins of Stintino date back to 1885 and a settlement of 45 families, prevalently tied down to fishing who came from Asinara Island. Previously, the territory was populated by the distinct shepherds' settlements who used to live in natural shelters.

The village became an autonomous municipality the 10th of August, 1988. The first elections and the appointment of the town council took place in March 1989.

The village is developed inside two inlets where small harbours are situated. They are side by side, the old port called "Minori" (small) and a new port called "Mannu" (big).

Many events and entertainment are organised for tourists and residents during the summer season. Among the important annual festivals is a boat race at the end of August called "Regata della vela latina". We also recommend visiting the museum Tonnara at the new port.

The most famous beach is called "La Pelosa" but there are others, equally as nice, like "Saline", "Puzzona" and "Ezzi Mannu". "Pelosa" beach is certainly one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia. Its water is so delightful; it's difficult to find another place like it in Italy. Its turquoise colour, transparency and the finest white sand render "Pelosa" beach more similar to tropical places rather than Mediterranean ones. Apart from the lack of tropical fish, a particular type of vegetation makes you remember that you are in Sardinia: the Mediterranean underbrush, present even on the beach.

The most important events handed down from Stintino's cultural tradition are: rural feast of St. Isidore in May, Tuna Fest (Sagra del Tonno) in June, Latin Sail Boat Race (Regata della Vela Latina) the last week of August, the feast of the Blessed Virgin of Didesa in September and the feast of St. Nicholas at the end of September.

This splendid locality offers numerous occasions for entertainment, both of sporting character (sailing, windsurfing, golfing, tennis, hiking, horse riding, etc.) and of a cultural nature (music concerts, exhibitions, museums, etc.).

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach 300 m
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 700 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Alghero 50 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General TV
Standard Iron
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (6), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8
Other High chair
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ

The Sardinia region

The Sardinia region

Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia with its app. 1.800 kilometres of coastline, is one of the most popular destinations for people who love aquatic sports and seaside holidays, not only for its natural beauty and geographical position but also for its history.

It is neither a coincidence nor a fashion that nowadays Sardinia is the preferred destination for many tourists. The sea around this large Mediterranean Island (second only to Sicily in size among all Mediterranean Islands) is among the most beautiful and transparent in all the world. In fact D.H. Lawrence in his famous book 'The Sea and Sardinia' wrote that Sardinia was a land like no other and the Sardinian writer, Marcello Serra entitled one of his famous books "Sardinia: Almost a Continent", in order to underline the uniqueness of the Sardinian landscapes and the large and deep differences among the Island's various regions which make Sardinia similar to a continent.

In fact the Sardinian people are renowned for their spontaneous hospitality, and like all islanders thirst for contact with the external world.

People who visit Sardinia discover not only one of the most beautiful and original places in the world but also have an unforgettable holiday. Sardinia offers visitors an array of gastronomic specialities from the ancient cooking traditions of the shepherds to the sea food specialities of the coast. Sardinia is rich in both handicrafts and arts, its carpets, baskets, pottery and its gold filigree jewellery are both unique and of the highest quality.

Sardinian towns and cities, especially those along the coast, have a rich tradition of fish and sea food while inland towns and cities are known for game and farm produce. Over the centuries the mixing of these traditions has evolved into a unique gastronomic experience. Olbia, Stintino, Castelsardo, Alghero, Bosa and Oristano are some of towns where one can try this cuisine. Cagliari is one of Italy's main fishing ports and it is not surprising that its gastronomic traditions are based on sea food and fish.

Stintino

Stintino

The origins of Stintino date back to 1885 and a settlement of 45 families, prevalently tied down to fishing who came from Asinara Island. Previously, the territory was populated by the distinct shepherds' settlements who used to live in natural shelters.

The village became an autonomous municipality the 10th of August, 1988. The first elections and the appointment of the town council took place in March 1989.

The village is developed inside two inlets where small harbours are situated. They are side by side, the old port called "Minori" (small) and a new port called "Mannu" (big).

Many events and entertainment are organised for tourists and residents during the summer season. Among the important annual festivals is a boat race at the end of August called "Regata della vela latina". We also recommend visiting the museum Tonnara at the new port.

The most famous beach is called "La Pelosa" but there are others, equally as nice, like "Saline", "Puzzona" and "Ezzi Mannu". "Pelosa" beach is certainly one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia. Its water is so delightful; it's difficult to find another place like it in Italy. Its turquoise colour, transparency and the finest white sand render "Pelosa" beach more similar to tropical places rather than Mediterranean ones. Apart from the lack of tropical fish, a particular type of vegetation makes you remember that you are in Sardinia: the Mediterranean underbrush, present even on the beach.

The most important events handed down from Stintino's cultural tradition are: rural feast of St. Isidore in May, Tuna Fest (Sagra del Tonno) in June, Latin Sail Boat Race (Regata della Vela Latina) the last week of August, the feast of the Blessed Virgin of Didesa in September and the feast of St. Nicholas at the end of September.

This splendid locality offers numerous occasions for entertainment, both of sporting character (sailing, windsurfing, golfing, tennis, hiking, horse riding, etc.) and of a cultural nature (music concerts, exhibitions, museums, etc.).

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