La Ciaccia apartment
from £43 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £43 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Townhouse / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4 Home 1311320
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Townhouse / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
A beautiful two bedroom apartment with incredible sea view that sleeps up to 4 people.
Includes: one bathroom with shower, WC, bidet and washing machine; living room with fully-furnished kitchen corner (stove with microwave/mini oven combo) and fridge/freezer, TV, dishwasher, air conditioning in two rooms and a double sofa-sleeper (couch). Large terrace with sea view for “dining al fresco” and sunbathing. Bed linens and towels included. Secure access parking bay in back of building with locked gates for one car. Additional parking available on the street.
TOURIST ACTIVITIES IN THE AREA
La Ciaccia marks the western end of one of the longest sandy beaches in all of Sardegna up to Badesi. A short eight-minute walk from the apartment, you will find a beautiful cove with crystal clear water; the shallow waters allows children and adults fully enjoy the sea and discover special corners with fins and masks.
SAILING (including lessons) - rowing of canoes/kayak at the mouth end of the river Coghinas.
Other activities include diving, horseback riding, tennis, surfing, birdwatching, trekking and climbing.?
During the month of August, on Tuesday and Thursdays evenings the village comes alive with a street market selling local items as well as an open air community dance fest featuring both old and new dances with local and visitors dancing the night away. Throughout the season, there are numerous "sager" (In Italy, a sagra is a local festival, very often involving food) held in nearby villages.
There are restaurants, cafes, bars, supermaket and ice cream shop in La Ciaccia and the nearby town of Valledoria (4.2 km) offers additional shopping options for food, beach attire, local specialties and souvenirs. There are a number of "agriturismo" restaurants to sample the local cuisine.
In the nearby town of S.Maria Coghinas (9.9 km), the Casteldoria Thermal Spa is nestled in the mountains with the river waters flowing alongside.? Bathing in the thermal waters are free and the spa offers various treatments (massages, mud treatments, etc) at reasonable prices.
DAY TRIPS (by car)
ALGHERO (also the nearest airport for La Ciaccia, 69.9 km)
Now a popular holiday resort, Alghero is a charming old Catalan town often referred to as the Coral Riviera, nestled into the north west Sardinian coastline, with wonderful views over the bay to the dramatic cliffs at Capo Caccia. The old walled Alghero town, within the ancient ramparts and look out towers, has a lively atmosphere with a good selection of shops, café bars and restaurants. It has an interesting history to discover manifested in its well preserved architecture. There is a 5km long white sandy beach stretching from the port and marina to Fertilia and other lovely coves and beaches on the way to Porto Conte.
Alghero is an ideal all year round holiday destination to either relax and dine out in the town enjoying the local gastronomic delights, or to use as a base to explore the coastline, local towns and villages. Flights from various European cities to Alghero airport (Fertilia) operate all year round.
Situated on the north west coast of Sardinia between Castelsardo and Isola Rossa (15.8 km). Badesi is a market town with a selection of shops, supermarket, pharmacy, banks, cash point (Bancomat) and souvenir shops. Badesi Mare is on the coastal main road leading to the 8km white sandy beach with water sports, sun beds and parasols for hire and a few beach shops and snack bar.
Is a popular day trip (120 km) a scenic coastal drive passing La Speranza beach, dramatic rugged hillside, the wild kingdom of the griffon vulture, and along the river valley ending at the Medieval town of Bosa. With river port and citadel Bosa is a charming town and Bosa Marina is a quaint old fishing port with delightful beach. In Bosa the frescoes are the attraction at the castle's Nosta Signora di Regnos Altos.
Castelsardo (12.5 km) is a strategic landmark on the north west coast with an ancient citadel perched on the hilltop jutting out into the sea. Little cobbled alleyways wind their way up past shops displaying traditional handicrafts, ceramics and basket ware for which the town is renowned. The old fishing port is still active and there is a small town beach, shops, bars and pizzerias. Look out for the Roccia dell'Elefante, a large rock eroded in the shape of a baby elephant on the way out of the town!
Isola Rossa (24.5 km) is a picturesque old fishing village with a few restaurants, shops and marina set on a rocky promontory surrounded by sea, situated off the road leading from Castelsardo to Santa Teresa on the north west coast of Sardinia. It has two white sandy beaches and due to its position benefits from stunning sunsets which, as the name suggests, lights up the landscape turning the coastline different shades of red.
Sassari (41.1 km) is Sardinia's second biggest city and rival to the capital city of Cagliari. The people have an urbane and cheerful sophistication and the city has a proud history as a centre of culture. It also has a large shopping centre for buying food in bulk if your stay is for more than a week!
Is situated (71.5 km) right at the tip of the north west coastline with the stunning La Pelosa beach where calm, turquoise waters extend right out to rocky offshore isles. Boat excursions from Stintino visit the biggest of the islands called Asinara, now a nature reserve also with picturesque beaches.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 7|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
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