The apartment takes part of the Residence Lu Nibareddu and is located in Montepetrosu, a village which is known for its beautiful view over the island of Tavolara. The beach of Porto Taverna is reachable by car or bike in 5 minutes.
Costs of gas, water, electricity, first set of towels and sheets, Tv SAT, final cleaning are included in the price. Change of bed linens and towels is not included and can be brought from home or rented at a cost of € 5 euro per towel set per person/change, bedlinen set: Euro 10 per person/change.
- Free shuttle bus to the beach (01/06-30/09)
- Free parking near the beach and all the apartments of the village
- Swimming pool
- Wifi Zone Free
- Tour Desk: organized tours and excursions
- Football or tennis court
- Restaurant-pizzeria BBQ
- Seaview Restaurant La Tavernetta
- Panoramic Beach Bar "Tavernetta Beach"
- Beach Service (free from 01/05 to 27/05 and from 17/09 to 01/10)
- Play Zones
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 shower rooms|
|Check in time:||17:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Porto Taverna|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Olbia/Costa smeralda 15 km, Nearest railway: Olbia 15 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, Yes, smoking allowed|
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||TV, Satellite TV|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer|
|Furniture||Double Beds (2), Single Beds (2), Dining seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The north east coast of Sardinia is richly populated with small islands, some of them surrounded by natural environment and with lots of history. The Tavolara archipelago situated opposite Porto Taverna a (Natural Marine Park) is a protected area and offer to visitors an uncontaminated marine environment and is rich in natural wonders. During the summer period there will be open air cinema shows. You can visit the Tavolara archipelago by organised boat trips.
A very short distance away is the Figarolo island (Golfo Aranci) renowned for its beautiful deep sea scapes which makes an irresistible attraction for scubadivers!
A little bit towards the north we will find the islands of Soffi, Mortorio e Mortoriotto which are jewels and near the very - popular - with - the - VIPs - Costa Smeralda.
Finally the archipelago of La Maddalena...this too is a protected area and natural park, which has a number of islands of different sizes. The beautiful "Spiaggia Rosa" (pink beach) and Spargi are found there, together with the fascinating Caprera history, with the Giuseppe Garibaldi museum and his REAL house perfectly preserved with lots of historical items. This is open to the public.
The deepest canyon in Europe
In The territory of the Barbagia, in central-eastern Sardinia, immersed in the spectacular Supramonte, surrounded by thick forests and splendid oleanders, we find the most imposing natural abyss of Italy and of Europe: the Gole of Su Gorroppu also called the Big Canyon of Europe. This is one of the more charming and impressive symbols of the Gennargentu mountains. The enormous vertical walls surpass 400 metres in height. The gorge is a very deep one, made of calcified rock, sculpted by the force of the Rio Flumineddu over millions of years, between the Supramonte of Orgosolo and Urzulei; the river carries on beyond the gorge, spreading out into little lakes, then going towards the Dorgali Valley, where it feeds others streams.
The highest sand dunes in Europe
On of the less known zones of Sardinia (but not the least interesting), is the south east of the island, where we find a complex of major sand dunes that spread out into the communities of Arbus, Guspini and Gonnosfanadiga. Piscinas is one of the more important dune complexes at regional, national and Mediterranean levels. The Dunes have a great landscape scenic impact that visitors find breathtaking. The beach extends for about six kilometres with dunes up to a height of fifty meters with various flourishing clumps of lilies. The Piscinas dunes and the Mountain of Arcuentu are found in the village of Arbus.
The largest open air museum in the world
Sardinia can be considered the largest open air museum in the world, with its 7000 nuraghi, the mysterious stone constructions that for their architectural peculiarity can be compared to the pyramids, found in all of the territory, the largest group going back to the times of the Dolmen - the graves of the giants, the sacred wells, the Domus de Janas (houses carved in the rocks) - all typical of the nuragic settlements make Sardinia unique in the world.