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Cala Gonone Harbour Apt - 285 House
- 2 bedrooms
- 4 sleeps
- 5 nights min stay
Cala Gonone Harbour Apt - 285
- 2 bedrooms
- 4 sleeps
- 5 nights min stay
Description from owner
Cala Gonone Harbour Apt, Cala Gonone This individual first floor apartment is located on the edge of the charming fishing village of Cala Gonone, above the road that winds its way up from the harbour 150 meters below. Tucked away in a quiet 'backwater' location it is nevertheless no more than a convenient short stroll from the hub of Cala Gonone, with beach, shops, a mouth-watering choice of eating places and the little harbour around which most of the life in Cala Gonone revolves and from where the taxi boats over to Cala Luna, one of the most famous beaches of an island famous for its beaches departs.The recently completed apartment has the somewhat original advantage of a total of five sets of French doors and four balconies, ensuring a light and airy interior and rendering the air conditioning almost superfluous during the daytime, when it is a pleasure to open everything wide to the sights and sounds of a small Sardinian harbour town.. The spacious accommodation has
Cala Gonone Harbour Apt, Cala Gonone This individual first floor apartment is located on the edge of the charming fishing village of Cala Gonone, above the road that winds its way up from the harbour 150 meters below. Tucked away in a quiet 'backwater' location it is nevertheless no more than a convenient short stroll from the hub of Cala Gonone, with beach, shops, a mouth-watering choice of eating places and the little harbour around which most of the life in Cala Gonone revolves and from where the taxi boats over to Cala Luna, one of the most famous beaches of an island famous for its beaches departs.The recently completed apartment has the somewhat original advantage of a total of five sets of French doors and four balconies, ensuring a light and airy interior and rendering the air conditioning almost superfluous during the daytime, when it is a pleasure to open everything wide to the sights and sounds of a small Sardinian harbour town.. The spacious accommodation has lovely sea and harbour views over the rooftops from the main balcony off the open plan living room.The kitchen area is beautifully finished in dark wood with a full cooker, a built in fridge freezer, microwave and a set of French doors onto a second small balcony. There is also a sofa, TV with satellite reception and an extending dining table.Both bedrooms and the shower room lead from an inner hallway, with a door that can be closed to keep the noise away from early sleepers. The double bedroom has French doors to a small balcony with hillside and side sea views. Opposite, the second bedroom has a full sized sofa style single bed which will convert to a twin by means of a pull out bed for the occasions when there are two sharing the room and its own little Juliette balcony. Even the smart shower room has a balcony, with discreet frosted glass French doors and convenient for airing the laundry. Housekeeping, towels & bed linen (Included in price)On arrival your accommodation will have be cleaned and prepared for you Including bath/face towels and bed linen, our price also includes a final clean on your departure.Extra maid service can be arranged and paid for locally, if required.Guests staying for 7 nights or more will find on arrival, a linen pack with a change of bed linen and towels.
Location description from owner
The Sardinia region
Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean, a name familiar to many but hitherto relatively unknown as a holiday destination, Sardinia has over 1,800km of coastline, much of it utterly unspoilt and fringed by white sand beaches lapped by crystal clear waters.The Gulf of Orosei on the Sardinian east coast and just over an hours drive south from Olbia Airport covers an area of some 80 square kilometres from Cape Comino in the north to Cape Di Monte Santo further south. Noted for its craggy white cliffs and powder white coves backed by wild and uninhabited mountainous regions, it's wonderful country for hikers and nature lovers. Here too, the coastal waters of Sardinia are so clean and clear that colonies of beautiful coral grow on the seabed and the myriadas of fish and other marine fauna attract Scuba divers from around the world, as well as the local fisherman of course.The medieval market town of Orosei, from which the area takes its name, stands on the banks of the River Cedrino and boasts a number of lovely old churches and a warren of narrow cobbled streets leading to numerous small piazzas. The town is surrounded by lush green farmland bursting with orange and olive plantations and edged with a spectacular stretch of coastline and many, many kilometres of powder white sand beaches fringed by fragrant pinewoods.Matching the beauty of its coastline, the hinterland of Sardinia is a magnificent and uncompromising landscape of high rugged mountains, deep gorges and rolling wooded countryside, still in some places inhabited by wild boar, a Sardinian delicacy and quite commonly featured on the menus of restaurants throughout the island.Although wild boar might not be to everyone's taste, the local seafood, cheeses and various pasta dishes are extremely good. Olbia, in the north of Sardinia is particularly renowned for its mussel beds and cozze alla marinara (aka moules marine ) is a favourite starter. However for something unique, try the local seafood risotto, flamboyantly flavoured by hard little crustaceans and absolutely delicious!Finally, its worth mentioning that the East Coast of Sardinia including the area of Orosei and many parts of Sardinia for that matter remain refreshingly Non-Anglicised and a phrase book can be useful for interpreting menus and general communication.
Cala Gonone, SardiniaSouth of Orosei, beyond the enterprising and prosperous town of Dorgali famous for its leather, ceramics and filigree jewellery, lies the village of Cala Gonone. Until recent times, this independent community of seafaring folk was only accessible by boat or on foot by a perilous path hewn out of the cliff-side. However, thanks to the marvels of modern engineering, Cala Gonone can now be reached via a road tunnel that cuts straight through the mountainside to reveal a splendid panoramic view of the Golf of Orosei. From the tunnel's exit, a steep and winding road leads down through wooded hillsides, (still inhabited by wild boar!) until you reach the village centre with its tree-lined promenade, restaurants, shops, fine sandy beaches and colourful fishing harbour. From the harbour there are regular boat trips to the many fabulous beaches to the south of the village, which are virtually inaccessible by land. Cala Luna the nearest is recognised as one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia, with high cliffs protecting a glorious crescent of white sand and a lagoon fringed by pink Oleander. Further south are numerous smaller coves such as Cala Sisine and the evocatively named Ispuligidenie, and all have the remarkable crystal clear turquoise waters for which Sardinia is renowned. Nearer to Cala Gonone the extraordinary cave of Bue Marino can also be visited by boat and has 900 metres of well-lit tunnels and underground streams to explore. As well as incredible stalactites, the cave contains a number of prehistoric cave drawings and until the 1970's was the habitat of the rare and timid Monk seal. The coastal waters here are some of the cleanest in the entire Mediterranean with a wealth of marine flora and fauna, as well as historical artefacts littering the ocean floor. If you are interested in scuba diving, our old friend, Fabio is a qualified diving instructor and runs a diving school in Cala Gonone. Being local born and bred, he knows all the best dive sites in the area! Fabio, naturally, is always delighted to organise a few dives ranging from half-day introductory taster sessions to a wide choice of full diving courses, so if you are interested, please contact us for further details. Finally, if you really crave excitement, just north of Cala Gonone, the entrance of another huge cave is the awesome venue for bungee jumping, but check your insurance first
- Beach / lakeside relaxation
- Nearest beach 0.3 km
- Child friendly
- Car advised
- Air conditioning
- No pets allowed
- Great for children of all ages
- No pets allowed
Bed & bathroom
- 1 Double Bed, 2 Single Beds
- 1 Shower room
- Air conditioning
- Balcony or terrace
- Sea view
- Washing machine
- Hair dryer
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Not suitable for wheelchair users
- Check in time:16:00, Check out time:10:00
- If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
- This owner does not use online booking. Please contact them and they will be able to offer you a secure way to pay for your stay. Never pay for your holiday rental by wire transfer (such as Western Union or Moneygram) as this type of payment is untraceable.
- No smoking at this property
- Cancellation policy
About the owner
Freelance Holidays - Villa Rentals Since 1984 - ABTA MEMBER Y1824 (Property Manager Freelance Holidays Ltd)
- Calendar updated:
- 30 Aug 2016
- Years listed:
- Based in:
- United Kingdom
Languages spoken: English, German, Italian
This House has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 4. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 08 Dec 2011. Located in Dorgali, the average weekly rate varies from £343 to £994.
The Owner has a response rate of 65% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 30 Aug 2016.
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