The house is located in the town of S'archittu, a hamlet of the municipality of Cuglieri, in the province of Oristano, west Sardinia. We are in a complex of four houses, two full houses, all independent with private entrance. The sea is 500 meters on foot, passing from the front of the house. . We are in a quiet location, but a short distance from the seafront of the resort.
On entering we find two bedrooms, one bedroom is double and one bedroom has two single beds. From the corridor we access the bathroom with toilet, shower and bidet. From here we come to the kitchen with a four-burner stove, gas oven, fridge, freezer. From here we enter the spacious living room and with a beautiful sea view from the balcony of the house and from the living room itself. The style of the furniture is modern and practical and the house is easy to use.
The house remains raised so you can enjoy a very nice view from the balcony over the resort and the sea, up to the coast of Is Arenas Outside the house is treated as being new. The first entrance is the one on the back, independent and with several parking spaces outside, on a closed road. Coming down from the internal staircase to the small structure, on arrives on the main road and crossing it after 200 meters you are on the seafront of the resort.
The panoramic position allows you to have a spectacular view from the balcony and to be able to see the beautiful sunsets of the west of the island but also the wonderful days of peace, in which the clear sea of our island seems like oil. To get to the mistral days, wind that shakes our shores and that brings high waves and many surfers.
Celebrated by the futurist poet G iovanni Corona and by the writer Flavio Soriga, s'Archittu of Santa Caterina di Pittinurri, in the territory of Cuglieri, takes its name from a long rock shaped like an arch. About nine meters high, the calcareous pavement was the scene of the world of diving from great heights in 2001. The place, enchanting species at sunset, has inspired various directors: Lina Wertmuller, who set us the initial scene of Summer Night with Greek profile, almond eyes and basil smell (1986), D avide Manuli (L a legend of Kaspar Hauser, 2011) and Rocco Papaleo (A small southern company, 2012).
The cliff is formed by sedimentary limestone called lunar for the reflections they generate. Next to the natural arch, which was originally a cave, there is a sheltered beach with shallow waters that guarantees relaxation and fun. There is no lack of services and amenities and the possibility of disabled access. It can be reached by a road to the north of the village: with a walk along the paved path you reach almost the arch.
The most intrepid and expert swimmers are used to dive from the bow, while those who do not like the risk, can enjoy the sea and photograph the sunsets on summer days: the orange sun seems to stop imprisoned in the bow. The landscape ranges from the intense blue of the sea to the green of the Mediterranean scrub. The scenic effect is even more beautiful at night, when the lights illuminate the whole area.
S'Archittu is surrounded by three islets in the shape of a mushroom, also smoothed by the patience of the waves. While nearby is the archaeological site of Cornus, an ancient city dating back to the 6th century BC. C.