|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
area Sa giunchera (Cussorgia, south-Sardinia Island S. antioco) at one meter from the sea, we rent detached house and the ground floor, surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation.
Consisting of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one outside), kitchen.
Large garden with two parking spaces, veranda (table, chairs, wood-burning oven, barbecue), small beach for children.
The house is located in quiet area.
Casa davvero bella,ben disposta e molto curata.molto spaziosa e ricca di ogni confort.ampi spazi aperti che han permesso ai nostri bambini di stare sempre all'aria aperta.i proprietari sono persone educatissime e molto disponibili.sicuramente un'esperienza da ripetere!!
Esperienza bellissima in una casa da sogno. La casa non è comodissima in quanto bisogna per forza spostarsi in macchina (5 minuti da Calasetta) ma ne vale assolutamente la pena. Casa rustica ma molto bella con camere molto ampie. Il cortile è più grande di quello che si può vedere dalle foto con forno esterno per grigliate enorme. Accesso diretto al mare con spiaggetta privata. Non ci siamo persi un tramonto dal primo all'ultimo giorno. Si potessero mettere 6 stelle lo farei, una casa da sogno con proprietari splendidi. Assolutamente consigliata per giovani e famiglie.
Sa Giunchera is located in the island of Sant'Antioco (Sardinian isula 'and Santu Antiogu in Tabarchino uiza de Sant'Antióccu)
is located in the extreme southwest of Sardinia and linked to it by a bridge and an artificial isthmus.
Coordinates 39 ° 00'00 "N 8 ° 23'00"
Surface Island 108.9 km²
Maximum altitude 271 m s. L.M.
The island's main town is Sant Antioco (country of 11,000 inhabitants).
The island is largely of volcanic origin; it's ancient volcanism and now inactive for at least 15-20 million years.
The coast is mostly rocky.
In the western part (offshore), the coast is characterized by vertical walls or very steep cliff in, interspersed with some caves and coves, with few but great beaches.
The east coast overlooking overlooking Sardinia has rather low and sandy coast that the point of the isthmus that connects to Sardinia itself, is progressively to take on a lagoon. The southern gulf, south of the isthmus, contains very large sandy beaches bordered by dunes and tomboli.
The island is geographically divided into two municipalities, the southern part is administered by the municipality of Sant'Antioco, the northern part of the town of Calasetta.
The interior of the island is hilly with altitudes limited free streams of relief.
Off to the south, there are some rocky islets uninhabited and difficult to access, the largest of which is the island of Taurus.
The main form of vegetation is the typical Mediterranean low consists of rock rose (Cistus), mastic tree (Pistacia lentiscus), strawberry tree (Arbutus unedo) and juniper (Juniperus). Among the forms of plant life on the island are also the dwarf palm (Chamaerops humilis), the only European species spontaneous, and the date of Crete (Phoenix theophrasti).
The island is dotted in areas sheltered by small gardens and vineyards, family-run, especially in the most protected (Eastern); bearing the most widely cultivated am the vine (Vitis vinifera) with different varieties, fig and prickly pear.
There are some rare endemic plants on time.
The climate is defined as a warm Mediterranean.
Winters are cool, wet and sometimes windy; the prevailing wind is the mistral, followed by the sirocco.
Summer is hot and arid, the maximum temperatures are still strongly moderated by the marine climate, windy and cool. While in winter the vegetation that covers the whole island is rich, lush and flowery, summer is almost nonexistent and is limited to a ubiquitous Mediterranean scrub evergreen
that in the more sheltered assumes arboreal, largely Holm oak and juniper.
The summer rainfall is negligible.
To see ....
Equipped with great beaches relatively uncrowded even during peak season, has depths of interest for diving, is suitable for deep sea fishing during the spring - autumn.
In the period May 15 to June 15, the passage of the tuna along the coasts of the outer islands of Sant'Antioco and San Pietro, is made the 'descent of the trap' that is, the traditional collective enterprise of fishing for bluefin tuna (bluefin). Ponds and lagoons enclosed between the island and Sardinia represent a wetland of great interest fauna: pink flamingos, cormorants, egrets, gulls and other species of waterfowl.
On the high cliffs of the coast outside Western (offshore) nests 'hawk of the Queen' in autumn migrates in Madagascar, Africa.
Interestingly, the local food and wine, with meals, land and sea, characteristic; in the southern part strictly Sardinians in northern Ligurian closely.
Important is the production of quality wines, produced from grapes of particular origin, such as 'Carignano', of Catalan origin.
The name 'Sant'Antioco' comes from the fact that, in the first century after Christ, the Christian religion was brought to this saint, from the Middle East.
Exists today, restored, one of the first Christian churches in the Mediterranean, assumed the role of minor basilica, with the catacombs of Sant'Antioco.
It is one of the few places in the world where it is carried out spinning and weaving of fine linen, fiber derived from shellfish called 'fin nobilis' present in the lagoons local sandy bottom.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
22 Aug 2016 - 31 Oct 2016
5 night minimum stay
for 5 nights
|Notes: Rates are based on 1 guests; add £14 per night, per additional guest|
My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
for 5 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
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