|Minimum Stay||6 - 7 nights|
Near to Sotto Torre Beach and Calasetta Center. Conviniently located in the island of calasetta from where you can take the boat to visit the other charming island of Sant. Pietro. The best thing about this charming house is the location, walking distance to the charming beach of Sotto Torre. The house offer the privacy of a very spaciuos verand and a very spacious garden where you will be able to entartain friends or laying in the sun.
I am a Sardinia native that lives in Boston. I love vacationing in Calasetta, this magical town will make your vacation unforgettable. I have 2 kids, one is 7 and one is 1 year old. They love going to Calasetta pecause is the perfect place for family with small kids, or for who simply wants to enjoy the real Italy.
Laura Pala purchased this house in 2007
This property offer the peace of a summer house with spacious garden at affordable price. The house is new, very well kept and conveniently located walking distance from the town and the beaches. The house is in a very magical village, where you can experience the real flavor of Italy, the simplicity of the summer air.
A true beauty the beach in this link is the beach of Calasetta. The house has a lovely garden, with tons of amenities.
The area offers multiple activities to enjoy your vacation: amazing local restaurants, beautiful beach and site seeing, outdoors activies such us horse back riding, tennis,wind surf, water bikes.
Calasetta dates to 1770. In the middle of the 16th century a group of Ligurian families - many of them from Pegli near Genoa - moved to a deserted island off the coast of the Tunisian city of Tabarka in order to work the waters as coral fishermen. These families worked under the tutelage of the wealthy Genoese Lomellini family. These enterprising Ligurian families of Tabarka quickly expanded from coral fishing to trade between the African interior and European markets. Soon, they rose to positions of wealth and success and were awarded the titles of Marquis of Tabarka. Originally the Tabarchini (as descendants in Calasetta are sometimes still called) were protected by the Spanish crown, but increasing population strain, incursions by Barbery pirates, and expansionist competition by France began a long period of trials for many Tabarchini.
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Changeover Day: Saturday
6 night minimum stay
for 6 nights
|Notes||Downpayment / Deposit requested. supplement for air-conditioning depending on the season. Security deposit requested. Key pick up with owner. Discount depending on length of stay|
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