SPECIAL PRICE FROM 01 NOVEMBER TO 23 DECEMBER
The apartment takes place in Alghero's historic town, close to the bastions. It was completely renovated following local features. It is able to hold around 2-4 people, it is chic, unique and tastefully decorated with oak-beamed. It is close to restaurants, shops and pubs. Drugstores and chemist are 100 mt far. Everyday local fruit and seafood market is always available, in addiction a bus stop headed to airport. It has a open-plan kitchen equipped with pots, kitchen stuff, cutlery and glasses. It is provided with microwave, toaster, dishwasher, kettle, flatiron and iron board. Shower room with bidet, hair dryer, toilet and washing machine; bedroom with king size bed, wardrobe and bedside table. The second bedroom has a bunk bed, wardrobe and a bedside table. The apartment has the use of air conditioning and heating and FREE WI-FIit is located at the first floor of a ancient building in the historic old town. Tastefully decorated, it is equipped with all comforts: washing machine dishwasher microwave fridge and freezer. All prices include power cost, water cost, gas cost, heating and conditioning costs.Alghero, Sardinia's oldest city, a place of cultural fusion of Sardinian and Catalan culture, is the ideal destination to visit beautiful beaches such as Maria Pia, Lazzaretto, Bombarde, Mugoni, Stintino and Asinara in summer, in winter is the point of starting to dive into a journey to discover the ancient traditions of the ancient knowledge of the hinterland communities. The apartment is located in the center of Alghero, in a quiet street that leads directly to the Bastioni, where you can enjoy the beautiful view of Capo Caccia. The entire area, traffic free, is full of restaurants, bars, clubs and shops. Just a few steps you can achieve a small and charming beach of sand and rocks.Things to doEven though people have been living in the area since prehistoric times, the medieval town of Alghero was founded at the beginning of the 12th century. Its founders were Genoese, but over the centuries the town was ruled by various European royal houses. This has brought a unique cultural flavour to Alghero, most notably evident in the fact that more than a fifth of the population still speaks Algherese Catalan, a dialect unique to Alghero, as their first language.-A guided walking tour is a great way to discover the medieval architecture with its gorgeous old churches, towers and old city walls. You can also simply leave your holiday apartment in Alghero Old Town to stroll around in the maze of narrow little alleys letting fate be your guide. Be sure to take a walk along the seafront-facing walls and boardwalks too and don't forget your camera.-Museums are a great way to find out more about the area's fascinating history, and there are several in Alghero. They include the Museo Archeologico della Città and the Museum Casa Manno for historical artefacts and the Museo Diocesano d'Arte Sacra for religious art. The Museo del Corallo is all about the endangered red coral that Alghero is famous for.-Food and shopping are essential features of a great holiday, so you're in for a treat in Alghero. Put on some comfortable shoes for navigating the cobbled streets of the Old Town: The most difficult part is deciding which of the many shops, boutiques, restaurants and bars to visit first. You can also visit one of the daily markets or the big weekly one held on a Wednesday for fresh produce and local specialities like Mirto liqueur. If you're planning on renting an Alghero Old Town holiday villa or other accommodation in March or April and you have adventurous taste buds, be sure to check out the Sea Urchin Festival.-Neptune's Grotto, about 10 miles west of town at Cappo Caccia is a must-visit on a day when the sea is calm. This breath-taking cave with its underwater lake and entrance at sea level is like something out of a pirate's tale. You can get there by boat, on foot, by bicycle or, if you want to feel very Italian, by renting a scooter.-Outdoors activities are plentiful in the area around Alghero. There are great beaches, hiking and cycling trails, horse-riding, bird-watching, rock climbing and water sports. The area around Neptune's Grotto is regarded as one of Europe's best scuba-diving sites, especially for cave diving.