Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car not necessary
  • Ask about pets
  • Private garden

Small and lovely mini apartment in Torre Del Pozzo, located in the municipality of Cuglieri, 200 metres from the beach and within walking distance of the famous Arch of S'archittu.
Close to the beaches of Sinis (Is Aruttas and Mari Ermi, Putzu Idu) and 40 Km from Bosa.
The apartment is ideal for a couple, is composed of a living-sleeping area with sofa bed and TV, kitchenette and separate bathroom. Outside a small veranda where you can eat and a barbecue to roast.

The place is highly recommended for those who want to relax on the beach for those who love nature and sports.
It is possible to practice snorkeling and visiting the beautiful dephts near the beach, or rent snorkelling gear at nearby s'archittu for a guided dive.
It's a great spot for surfing, with the wind from Mistral you can go ride the waves. The property Is about 10 miles from the famous spot of Capo Mannu.
You can also rent a boat or canoe to visit this beautiful coastline mostly unknown to mass tourism.
About 12 Km you can get to Putzu Idu, from where you can reach by boat the island of Mal Di Ventre.
Is Arenas Golf is about 3 miles away.
It is possible to eat at the Restaurant/Pizzeria del Capitano, located 100 meters from the House.

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Rooms 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom and 1 shower room, Solarium or roof terrace
Nearest beach La Capannina
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 2 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Alghero 82 km, Nearest railway: Oristano 25 km
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Sea view
General Safe, Satellite TV
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge
Furniture Sofa Beds (1), Dining seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Not suitable for wheelchair users

The Sardinia region

The Sinis peninsula is one of the most glamour Sardinia places. It is situated in the extreme Campidano edge at the bottom of the Montiferru, a mountainous chain rich in woods and sources.

Leaving Oristano, crossing the Tirso river bridge, you arrive at Cabras. The town rises at the edge of a large fish pond - mullets - and it is populated by numerous fishermen. The halt in the town is bound above all to the gastronomy: Cabras is the home of Botarga and fresh fish.

San Giovanni di Sinis
Out from Cabras you go towards San Giovanni of Sinis: its name derives from the medieval church you meet on the road at the beginning of the town. In this zone it is possible to admire some splendid panoramas.

The road ends at the entrance of Tharros excavations. The peninsula was already inhabited by Nuraghic populations, and it represented an ideal location for Phoenician navigators to create a protected point of landing. In the 7th century B.C. a town called Tharros already rose here. It grew in the Punic and Roman Age extending itself to the hill which is dominated by St John's Tower. Fortified in the Byzantine age, it continued to live until the 9th century A.C., when it was conquested by Saracen raids.
We suggest to visit the ruins of the ancient town with the rests of numerous temples, of Roman baths and of Nuraghic tophet.

Return back and after 5 Km follow the indication for San Salvatore. The small suburb has been in part transformed in the 60s in a scenery for western films. The importance of the sacred place comes from the visit of the hypogeal temple beneath the small church of San Salvatore.

After a long rectilinear, the road climbs leaving the Campidano of Oristano, on the extreme slopes of Montiferru. Besides the Tradori Nuraghe you can see on left the rests of the Arenas dunes, that the Mistral accumulated on a large front, today in great part covered by a large pine forest. The landscape changes to the height of S'Archittu and Torre Del Pozzo , with islets, limy promontories rich in fossils, and a cove closed on a ledge of rock excavated by the sea to form the arc that gave the name to this place. We suggest to visit the small beach of Santa Caterina, closed by picturesque white rocks.

Leaving the coast the road crosses a flat plateau which ends on the sea with reefs of dark basalt interrupted by stony coves created by torrents. The covered hills of olive trees signal the nearness of Caglieri.

The road from Cuglieri to Santu Lussurgie climbs in a mountain landscape, in deep forests of lollipops. The rests of the Montiferru castle appear on the hill, built by the Logudoro judges on the southern boundaries of their kingdom. Going on, you arrive at San Leonardo de Siete Fuentes. The small center takes its name by the rich ice-cold sources and constitutes an oasis of green.

Some continuous curves carry to Santu Lussurgiu, one of the greatest centres of Montiferru.

After Santu Lussurgiu the road runs down through a rocky landscape to the Urtigu Mountain, 1050 m, the highest point of the ancient Montiferru volcano. In the entrance of Bonarcado, on the right, there is a religious complex among the most important ones of Sardinia.

Beyond the hills covered by olive trees appears the village of Seneghe. It still preserves numerous basalt and trachite houses with jambs and architrave of tufa in according to the Catalan way of life.

Milis is situated at the foot of the Montiferru, at the extreme limit of the Campidano, at the margin of the fertile valley routed by the rio Mannu.

Leaving Milis, take the road in direction to San Vero Milis, that runs on the side of pipes hedges, which surround the citrus orchards. Pass Zeddiani til you arrive at Baratili. It is one of the greatest centres of the production of Vernaccia, the excellent dessert wine of high gradation.

From Baratili, continue to Riola and hence the government street restores to Oristano in ten minutes.