Flat, comfortable, clean and equipped with the necessary for a pleasant stay.
Located in the city center of Sardinia, Oristano, in the best location to access all parts of the island, close to the beautiful sea of Sinai Peninsula and other places of tourist interest.
It 'a completely independent apartment in a villa family, available from April to October inclusive, affordable, especially in the low season. Recently renovated, composed of double bedroom, bathroom with shower, kitchen and living room. Furnished, air-conditioned, equipped with bed linen, towels, crockery and kitchen utensils, fridge, oven, TV. Ideal for a couple.
We do not accept additional guests.
The costs for electricity, water and gas are included in the price, it also relies on the common sense of the guests to avoid waste and misuse of these resources. General cleaning are performed at every change of guests.
The apartment is located in a relatively quiet and little traffic, where they are always available for free parking for cars at the entrance of the apartment. It 'very close to the city center (10 minutes walk) and close to shops, shopping center, banks, post offices and central road access to the beaches and the main thoroughfare of the island the SS131 / E25.
We offer our guests the information and useful contacts for the performance of tourist activities, leisure, gastronomy, sports, cultural, archaeological and natural offers from our territory and the island in general.
The apartment is an optimal solution for the summer months due to the proximity to the best beaches of the Sinis but is also particularly suitable for lovers of nature, the peace and beauty of the seasons.
And 'one of the most interesting areas of the island. Close to the coast, well 6. 000 hectares consist of wetlands. This huge lagoon is one of the most diverse ecosystems existing wet, the second largest in Italy.
A fantastic game of mirrors of water, in addition to creating an environment of rare beauty from the point of view of landscape, is home to a rich bird life, with very rare species. White herons, red and gray herons, mallards, the Fistione turkish, the pink flamingo and the sultan chicken are some of the regulars of the ponds in the area.
Also with regard to the flora, the complex offers a very broad and interesting. Large expanses of Salicornia fruticosa and rushes, several Limonium, some of which are endemic, esparto, the greater bone and purple Sinis make up the band of vegetation that surrounds these wetlands.
Along the coast, at St. Catherine of Pittinuri admire the white cliffs of Miocene limestone from plastic forms and bizarre. Among these, worthy of particular note is definitely S'Archittu, a natural arch carved by the sea.
After miles of beautiful beaches, from Punta S'Incodina, the cliffs resume to rise elegant on the beautiful expanse of sea. Once in Cape Sa Sturaggia the coast becomes sharply lower. Here begins the quartz beach of Is Aruttas, one of the most beautiful of Sardinia.
Continuing south we reach Turr'e Seu, small promontory that is home to a nature reserve protected by the WWF Italian.
A short distance from the coast is the island of Mal di Ventre, 80 acres of beautiful coves and Mediterranean high natural interest.
History and Archaeology
Oristano boasts a historical heritage and cultural very interesting, having been the capital of the Judge of Arborea, last expression Sardinian independent state before the conquest by the Crown of Aragon.
In the province of Oristano man arrived about 6 000 years before Christ to seek the obsidian in the bowels of Monte Arci. Along the banks of the ponds were built then the first hut villages and on the reliefs were dug graves collective: some Domus de Janas were found near the sea in the area of San Vero Milis.
Nuraghic is testified by the beautiful complex of Nuraghe Losa, in the plain of Abbasanta. A little further south, in Santa Caterina Paulilatino is instead a wonderful example of nuragic sanctuary, with well temple built in basalt blocks perfectly squared.
Around 725 a. C. the Phoenicians founded the city of Tharros and Othoca (St. Just), while the Carthaginians, having conquered Sardinia in the late sixth century. C., built the city of Neapolis and Dogwood. These centers were equipped during the Roman era infrastructure such as baths, aqueducts and temples, partly visible in Tharros.
In Roman times it was quite important settlement of Aquae Ypsitanae called between 98 and 117 d. C. Trajan Forum. Even today in Fordingbridge observed the grandiose of the baths and the amphitheater.
He followed the age of the Vandals and Byzantines. In this period was built the early Christian church of San Giovanni di Sinis. The property, which has facility Byzantine cross and three aisles, has changed considerably in the Romanesque period.
Around 900 there was the era of the four kingdoms (or Giudicati) Cagliari, Logudoro, Gallura and Arborea. The latter had first capital from 1070 Tharros and Oristano, which manifests in his cathedral, churches, towers and walls of its glorious past.
During this phase, with the arrival of the monks were built the churches of San Paolo in San Vero Milis and the magnificent Cathedral of St. Just. The first, founded by the Camaldolese has facility dating from the twelfth century, with chrome facade: bands of basalt and trachyte alternating with bands of sandstone. The Cathedral of St. Just has Pisan and Lombard influences, is made of trachyte, with three naves.
Spaniards were to put an end to the dream of independence of the area and the island of Sardinia, in fact, the Judge of Arborea was also the last to resist the Aragonese. This long period still remain the mighty and numerous coastal towers built at the turn of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
In the territory of Cabras have the tower of St. John, the tower of San Marco, Sevo tower and the tower of the Port; in the area of Cuglieri tower Capo Nieddu, the tower Pittinurri and that of Su Puttu. A San Vero Milis are: the tower of Capo Mannu, tower and tower Mora Sa Scala 'and Sali.
A special mention must go to the tower of Marina di Torre Grande in the town of Oristano. The structure is the island's largest of its kind; the beginning of the work took place in 1535, was operational in 1555. 17 meters high with a diameter of 20 and is on two levels.