Holiday house

Domus Pisano

7.8

A large apartment in a villa at the foot of Monte Tare, near Lanusei. With veranda, terraces and a large garden of 2 ha. Central heating. BBQ. Spacious apartment for six persons, three bedrooms each for two persons. Two bathrooms. A large living room, large kitchen. Wine cellar.

This detached house is located outside the town of Lanusei, ensuring all the peace and privacy you want. A short drive will take you to the beaches of Cardedu. From the terrace you can enjoy a beautiful and breathtaking view of the Corongiu Valley. Ogliastra, a fairly recent discovery with its beautiful coasts and mountainous interior. The territory, sandwiched between sea and mountain, offers a wide variety of unique landscapes.

A paradise of remarkable beauty located on the eastern side of Sardinia, where nature is at its best, Lanusei is the main town in the Ogliastra region of Sardinia and enjoys a charming position atop the Gennargentu ridges that slope down to the coast . The territory is known for its surroundings, including a natural amphitheater housing the wooded areas, archaeological features and the main monuments of the city.

The Selene Forest is without a doubt the most visited tourist destination. Lush ilex and oak spread over much of the area where true botanical rarities are concentrated along with wildlife species. There are also a few refreshment areas for visitors. The location can also be reached by the 'Trenino verde' (green train) which allows visitors to enjoy the healthy air, typical of the area, for most of the year.

Numerous sources of pure, fresh water supplying the nearby Alto Flumendosa Lake are also provided. A Nuraghe, Tomba dei Giganti, sacred well and other pre-historic objects hidden by the vegetation. Beautiful old buildings, neat squares, breathtaking scenery; Lanusei, the capital of the province of Ogliastra, is located in the east of Sardinia on the ridges between the mountain Gennargentu and the coast, and between the green of the hinterland and the deep blue sea. It is beautifully situated amidst natural wonders and easily accessible places of great tourist and cultural interest.

The island of Sardinia with its pearly white sandy beaches, azure blue sea and subtropical climate is a wonderful destination to spend a holiday with your children. You can find peace with your family on the island and relax in
intimate bays, experience adventures in exciting caves, the environment
explore with a tourist train and various water sports
practicing. We have listed five great tips for you and your family.

Caribbean of Europe. Children don't really need much more on vacation than water and beach. They can enjoy themselves for hours with fun in the water and building sand castles. The beautiful white beaches of Sardinia are considered the most beautiful in Europe. Sardinia definitely lives up to its name 'Caribbean of Europe'. You imagine yourself on a Caribbean island while walking with your feet in the pearly white sand and looking out over the azure blue water. The sandy beaches that slope gently into the sea are also very suitable for children. They can walk meters into the sea before it gets deeper.

In the north of Sardinia there are mainly extensive long beaches, on the south coast there are smaller, manageable beaches situated on bays. One of the most beautiful beaches is Capo Coda Cavallo, located near the bustling town of San Teodoro. On this bay you can enjoy a beautiful white child-friendly beach, a clear turquoise sea and a beautiful view over the Tavolara mountains.

The extensive beaches offer plenty of opportunities to experience a water sports adventure with the whole family. Want to learn to snorkel or sail for the first time under the warm Italian sun? Go on a voyage of discovery in a sailing boat to the Maddalena archipelago together. En route there is plenty of time to drop anchor in beautiful hidden coves with empty white sand beaches and enjoy a refreshing swim or snorkel in the clearest blue water you have ever seen.

In addition to the white beaches and azure blue sea, the island of Sardinia also has several large salt lakes that are home to the pink flamingo. These salt lakes can be found around Cagliari, among others. Here you can regularly spot flamingos bathing their feet. The kids will love seeing these graceful long-legged pink animals up close.



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Let me introduce myself: since 1976 employed by Dow Chemical in Terneuzen. In addition to my work, I started renting holiday homes on the eastern coast of Sardinia in the late nineties. The local owner will welcome you with open arms, however, all responsibility for the smooth and smooth flow of your holiday lies with me.

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The marked weekly rates are intended for up to four people. For an extra 5th or 6th person a surcharge of € 35 per person per week applies.

Payment Terms: You must pay 35% of the total cost within 7 days of receiving our confirmation on your booking request. The amount due must be paid to the owner upon arrival at your holiday home.

Cancellation 9 months to 4 weeks before arrival 35% of the total rent is due. In case of cancellation less than the aforementioned term, 50% of the total rent is due.

Regarding a cancellation of your booking in case of serious illness, we can agree an agreement that 25% of the total amount will be paid on your part. Although as verifiable with an authentic and signed medical certificate (no copies), which can be sent to us for further verification.


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The landscape of Ogliastra lends itself perfectly to wonderful hikes to take. Especially in the mountains you will find peace and wonderful views. There are numerous routes mapped out on the island that you run across mountains, forests, lagoons and beaches. A good example is the organized hike to Monti dei Sette Fratelli. This tour starts in the valley of the Su Giogadroxu and pass the Tullinu sources, the lagoons of S. Giovanni and finally the beaches of Costa Rey. The last part of this wonderful route meanders between towering granite peaks, covered with moss and shrubs. Sabadi area offers visitors the chance to Arcu Pintau Nuraghe to admire, a mining fortress that has been fully restored. In this environment you tours with breathtaking views along various water coming from the Rio S'Acqua. Gergei lies between the high mountains in the north and volcanic hills in the south and is an excellent starting point for diverse excursions , now on country roads to prehistoric fortresses (nuraghen), then again on basalt plateau with unique vegetation. Very different is the steep limestone mountains on the east coast. Directly north of the quiet seaside town of Santa Maria Navarrese begin "Selvaggio Blue ', a coastal route through one of the most pristine areas in Europe. Great are the descents Goloritze gap and that of Bacu Maore where you end up on unexplored beaches. Here you find yourself on a deserted island to the boat from the hotel to pick you up. Pure adventure in Sardinia.
Since the Neolithic period have many civilizations lived in Sardinia. They have left traces in the form of monuments and handmade artifacts. The oldest inhabitants of Sardinia lived in caves and natural spans. Then they went live in huts and lived from fishing and agriculture. They tried the fertility of their land and the productivity of their animals to raise. They did this by a female deity, the Mother Goddess to worship. This deity was depicted in many forms. With this in mind it is nice to have a so-called "Domus de Janas' visit. The necropolis of Anghelu Ruju in Alghero offers the opportunity to admire a large number of tombs. Some tombs are decorated with a bright red paint coverage and a stylized bull's head. The bull was the symbol of male fertility which represents the continuity of life. This symbol and many other symbols are often found in these tombs. Around Villaperucio, in the province of Cagliari, is the necropolis of Montessu. This necropolis is located in a natural amphitheater of great beauty and is among the finest examples of funerary architecture. The Menhir stones, in the Sardinian language "Perdas Fittas' or 'Perdas Longas' mentioned are connected with the religion of agrarian fertility. They are often found, or single, in pairs or in small groups. They are often also in a straight line. The great concentration of Pranu Mutteddu at Goni in Gerrei should definitely not be missed. There are here about 50 "Pietre fit, dense stone, of which around 20 along the east-west axis. Probably refers to this line of stones to the position of the sun. Also here are a number of tombs dating back to 3000 BC
It is the most important town for culture in Ogliastra, seat of the diocese and the religious college or the Sale Siani, the law court, And Also the hospital. It has a wealth of cultural centers: museums, churches and monuments testify its resplendent best. Worth mentioning is the Astrological Observatory "F. Caliumi ", open to the public, situated on the summit of Monte Armidda, an ideal location, free from light pollution.Lanusei A small hilly town renowned for its healthy climate Invigorating, Lanusei is set as an amphitheater dominating a valley, the coast and the sea. Surrounded by a forest of oaks, it Also Enjoys a privileged central position and can make its own resources and Those of Neighbouring villages tourists.Various readily available to areas of the territory display a gorgeous landscape rich in wild life: wild boars, moufflons, birds of prey, Hares and partridges, etc. The lovely scenery That can be admired from Monte Armidda includes the characteristic Perda Liana, Monte Tricoli, the crest or Serra Coronedda Porphyry and the littoral plain.The archaeological legacy on the territory covers all the periods from early Neolithic to Roman times. The most significant finds are from the era Nuragic: 6 nuraghi, 2 giants' tombs and about 14 areas where settlements are Supposed to have Existed. The most important environmental and archaeological site is Selene: an ancient settlement perched on a rocky outcrop with, letter at a distance, beautiful giants' tombs.
 Sardinia is gekemerkt by beautiful beaches along almost the entire coastline. On almost every beach can be canoed. There are all mapped excursions. But there can be not only at sea canoe. The coast, rivers and wetlands ensure that your big parts of this beautiful island by canoe viewing. One of the best routes from Alghero to Argentiera. The route is 35 kilometers long and the best time to do this route during the summer or during dry spells in January.
 The beaches of Ogliastra generally run down into the sea. The absence of large tidal waves and the sea is reasonably safe for children. Yet there are a few exceptions. In Badesi on the north coast and Piscinas on the west coast or the beach runs steeply and Porto Ferro, the waves are high. Porto Ferro is however an ideal surfing destination. Each beach has little tourism, where campgrounds or homes in the area, which has a lifeguard on the safety of the beach guests watch. However, there are many beaches that have not yet discovered by tourists. Here you will find the children themselves should keep an eye on. Sarden do that continuously. The local population is the rule that, in connection with the digestive system, after extensive lunch the first three hours is not allowed in the water. In summer the beaches are usually very clean. They are cleaned every day. Outside the season the beaches a little less clean, because the flow debris washed up and there is no maid service. Some beaches have a 'Blue Flag', a European award for quality beaches (water, beach, safety, services and nature conservation). The La Rena Bianca beach at Santa Teresa di Gallura, beaches and Punta Cannonne Nido d'Aquila at La Maddalena and the beaches Baja Caddinas Terza and Spiaggia in Golfo Aranci have this label.
 Together with Sisine Cala Cala Luna is the best beach on the Gulf of Orosei. It is accessible by boat from Cala Gonone and S. Maria Navarrese. The forest of Codula di Sisine extends behind the beach and extends to behind the mountains. The beach is characterized by different types of sand and a beautiful transparent sea. The dark blue color sticks nicely to the largely white beach. A lovely beach lovers and those you see there often.
The famous bay of Cala Luna is not far south of Cala Gonone and is surrounded by the famous cliffs of the Golfo di Orosei. It is one of the finest beaches in the whole Mediterranean area. It is no less than 700 meters long and consists of fine, white sand and the sea is crystal clear. On the southern side of the beach is a freshwater lake that once was populated with several species. Since 1980 there has been a great proliferation of predominantly oleander under way so that the fish have dissipated. The valley of Codula di Luna lies in the interior and is one of the wildest areas of the island. It is still unspoiled and untouched. The northern part of the beach is watched over by tall limestone cliffs. The impressive rock formations are sometimes interrupted by the seven huge cave entrances. These caves are through the ages caused by the constant pounding of the sea on the rocks. At a short distance, visitors can find "Grotta del Bue Marino, once the home of the now rare monk seal.
 It should come as no surprise that fish often on the menu in the Sardinian restaurants. However, on many islands is surprisingly much lamb on the menu. So you really need the specialty 'La pecora bollita' try. This is one cooked lamb so the meat remains succulent. Lamb barbecue, 'il porcetto' or a dish of lamb and pork, 'l'e il Capretto agnello alla brace', are also worthwhile. The following restaurants can still enjoy traditional Sardinian dishes, such as those mentioned above.
Many major European airlines fly to Sardinia, including Sardinia, the Italian airline Alitalia and Meridiana. There are also many charter flights during the summer to the island, often at much lower rates or as part of an organized trip. The number of flights depends on the season, where in summer many more charter flights. If there is no direct or suitable compounds, Alitalia and Meridiana provide domestic flights from the major Italian cities to the island. There also many sail car and passenger ferries from the Italian mainland to Sardinia. Slow springs offer overnight facilities .. the faster and more expensive ferries are often twice as fast. During the high season in July and August it is difficult to find a place on passenger and car ferries, especially, so make sure you well in advance a place gereserveerd.Veel of the roads in Sardinia are characterized by large numbers of bends, annoying if you hurry, but nice when you're on holiday and the time to enjoy the scenery. With the exception of some major roads, such as the N131 to the four corners of the island connects the winding roads over the hills and plains, so you should take enough time, though there is very little traffic. The deserted roads are naturally very suitable for
Lanusei is located on a mountainside overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea and the valley of the River Corongiu.Ogliastra is one of the four "new" Sardinian provinces. Since Sardinia is an autonomous region within the regional council can be arranged. The realization proceeds of the four newcomers went so much smoother than the three new provinces on the mainland (Fermo, Monza and Barletta. The whole region is in the process what up fool. Ogliastra originated from the province of Nuoro and has 23 municipalities. The Palermo Province is the most sparsely populated province of Italy. Ogliastra is the region name, the province is not as normally the name of the capital. There has Ogliastra two of: Tortolì and Lanusei. They are the two smallest provincial capitals of the land.De coastline is spectacular, white sand occurred and clear blue water interspersed with rugged cliffs. The area of ??the Gennargentu the national park status. In the south, around Bari Sardo many nuraghe to find. The Ogliastra is one of the most by tourists visited region of Sardinia.
Uncontaminated nature, quiet, ancient culture are some of the most interesting aspects of the area. Forests, woods, luxuriant vineyards, mediterranean vegetation spreading its colors and parfumes along hills and mountains, where the "green train" slowly passes by. This is the natural habitat for Mouflons, wild boars, Hares and partridges. Inland Visitors attention is caught by "Tonneri", high mountains similar to towers, the typical mountain ridges (Tacchi) or Seui and Ussassai, the caves of Su Marmuri in Ulassai, like the deep Abysses Golgo (Baunei), the Flumendosa with its artificial populated by lake trout, old "Koiles" sheep folds built with juniper tree branches, alternated to rare and unique natural monuments. Another spectacular natural place is in Su Gorropu Urzulei.
An interesting way to the interior of Sardinia to know with the 'trenino verde "the little green train. The train runs through the greenest and most sparsely populated part of Sardinia. During the tour you get to see a variety of landscapes: green plains, forests, rugged mountains, clear lakes and dazzling high bridges. The train runs daily fixed routes: between Bosa and Nuoro, Sassari and Alghero, Sassari and Palau, but the trail is no doubt that between Cagliari and Arbatax. The train leaves every morning at 06.45 and arrives at 13.31 from Cagliari to Arbatax. You have time for a quick lunch, after which the train departs at 14.57 back to Cagliari. Would you stay in Arbatax, you can also take the train to take 13.57 from Cagliari. This comes to 20.24 in Arbatax to. From Arbatax Caghan direction you can travel, but you're forced to stay in Cagliari. Two tips: Take food and drink, because the stations you can not buy a pillow to lay on the wooden chairs is not a luxury.
The beaches of Sardinia are generally run down into the sea. The absence of large tidal waves and the sea is reasonably safe for children. Yet there are a few exceptions. In Badesi on the north coast and Piscinas on the west coast or the beach runs steeply and Porto Ferro, the waves are high. Porto Ferro is however an ideal surfing destination. Each beach has little tourism, where campgrounds or homes in the area, which has a lifeguard on the safety of the beach guests watch. However, there are many beaches that have not yet discovered by tourists. Here you will find the children themselves should keep an eye on. Sarden do that continuously. The local population is the rule that, in connection with the digestive system, after extensive lunch the first three hours is not allowed in the water. In summer the beaches are usually very clean. They are cleaned every day. Outside the season the beaches a little less clean, because the flow debris washed up and there is no maid service. Some beaches have a 'Blue Flag', a European award for quality beaches (water, beach, safety, services and nature conservation). The La Rena Bianca beach at Santa Teresa di Gallura, beaches and Punta Cannonne Nido d'Aquila at La Maddalena and the beaches Baja Caddinas Terza and Spiaggia in Golfo Aranci have this label.
Population There are approximately 1.7 million inhabitants in Sardinia. A third live in the big cities. The majority still live in villages with little more than 1000 inhabitants. The population density is about 70 inhabitants per km2. It is the most densely populated province of Cagliari, Nuoro province is sparsely populated with about 40 inhabitants per km2. Since the beginning of the 20th century the population doubled, despite the fact that more than 400,000 Sardinians in the course of time emigrated.
Sardinia Transportation Many major European airlines fly to Sardinia, including Sardinia and the Italian airline Alitalia Meridiana. There are also many charter flights during the summer to the island, often at much lower rates or as part of an organized trip. The number of flights depends on the season, where in summer many more charter flights. If there is no direct or suitable compounds, Alitalia and Meridiana provide domestic flights from the major Italian cities to the island. There also many sail car and passenger ferries from the Italian mainland to Sardinia. Slow springs offer overnight facilities .. the faster and more expensive ferries are often twice as fast. During the high season in July and August it is difficult to find a place on passenger and car ferries, especially, so make sure you well in advance a place gereserveerd.Veel of the roads in Sardinia are characterized by large numbers of bends, annoying if you hurry, but nice when you're on holiday and the time to enjoy the scenery. With the exception of some major roads, such as the N131 to the four corners of the island connects the winding roads over the hills and plains, so you should take enough time, though there is very little traffic. The deserted roads are naturally very suitable for cyclists.
Sardinia (Italian: Sardegna; French: Sardinia) is an Italian island in the Tyrrhenian Sea (Mediterranean) and the island of Corsica is separated by the Strait (Bocche) of Bonifacio. Sardinia lies only twelve miles south of Corsica, and together with the small islands Maddalena, Caprera, Asinara Sant'Antioco and the eponymous 'Regione'. With an area of ??just over 24,000 km2 is the largest island after Sicily Sardinia in the Mediterranean. From north to south Sardinia measuring about 270 km and from east to west up to about 145 km. North Africa is just about 180 km and the Italian mainland is approximately 190 km. Major cities are Oristano, Sassari, Nuaro, Olbia and Cagliari, of course, the capital of the island.
Sardinia has less than the nearby high mountains of Corsica, but is mostly hilly and sometimes mountainous. The highest mountains are the Punta la Marmora with 1834 meters and 1829 meters of Monte Spina Bruncu. These mountains belong to the Gennargentu mountain range through the interior from north to south and south ends in the Gerrei Mountains and north into the Monte di Alba. From east to west Marghine Goceano the mountains on the island. In the southwest lies the Iglesiente Mountains and southwest of Cagliari is the Capoterra Mountains. The mountains in the east are almost bare, while the mountains in the interior are covered with dense forests. Sardinia has a coastline of 1800 kilometers. On the south coast there are miles of beaches. The east coast and north coast are very rocky. The rest of the coast is characterized by large bays and inlets with small crustaceans and kiezelstranden.De important of the many water-starved rivers are the Tirso Flumendosa, Mannu and Coghinas. The largest lakes are the lagoons of Cagliari and Cabras and in the interior the reservoir Omodeo in Tirso. Along the western shore of the bay at Cagliari is a network of lakes and marshes. The large lagoon of Santa Gilla swamp covers over 4000 hectares, including old-Macchiareddu salt flats where the only still in use salt works is located.
 Together with Sisine Cala Cala Luna is the best beach on the Gulf of Orosei. It is accessible by boat from Cala Gonone and S. Maria Navarrese. The forest of Codula di Sisine extends behind the beach and extends to behind the mountains. The beach is characterized by different types of sand and a beautiful transparent sea. The dark blue color sticks nicely to the largely white beach. A lovely beach lovers and those you see there often.
The Monte Arcosu Park covers an area of ??forest that is of great value because of the unique flora and flauna. The park provides an ideal habitat for many species including the Sardinian deer, which can also be found in the Sette Fratelli National Park. In 1984 the WWF bought the land from the Monte Arcosu in an attempt to poaching on the Sardinian deer to a halt. The intervention of the WWF has in fact one of the most beautiful areas of Sardinia saved. The park extends over an area that is characterized by hills and mountains bordering the valley Gutturumannu. The park has over the years a dense forest of stone and cork oak has grown. In addition to this beautiful forest there are many shrubs that are sometimes briefs by the rivers and Guttureddu Is Frocciddus. The vegetation in the park is rich and varied. As you walk along the marked trails you will include myrtle, and mastic against cistusroos as you near the rivers will be a lot oleanders. The slopes of the mountains are covered with strawberry plants and juniper bushes. There are numerous species of flowers grow in the area such as the orchid, gagea granatelli, Barbarea rupicola, helicrysum montelinasaun Anchusa and Formosa. Besides the many flowers and plants there are also many species of animals such as snakes and small rodents.

Layout

Living room
Ground floor
40 m2

Tiled

Dining corner / Dining Table

Dining Chairs (5)

Bedroom 1
Ground floor
22 m2

Bed: Double bed

Tiled

Duvets

Bedroom 2
Ground floor
14 m2

Bed: Single bed

Bed: Single bed

Tiled

Bedroom 3
Ground floor
15 m2

Bed: Single bed

Bed: Single bed

Tiled

Bathroom
Ground floor
15 m2

Bidet

Toilet

Shower

Kitchen

Type: Separate room

Stove: Gas (4 Cooking zones/burners)

Cutlery & Tableware

Facilities

Accommodation type

  • Holiday house

Total floor space

  • 120 m2

Sports & Recreation

  • Diving / Snorkeling
  • Walking
  • Watersports
  • Windsurfing
  • Swimming

Travel Ideas

  • Child friendly
  • Long term rental
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Winter sun
  • Sun,Sea & Beach

Heating

  • Central heating

Internet, Wifi, Audio

  • Satellite receiver
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Wifi

Outdoor Facilities

  • Barbecue
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Grill Plate
  • Deckchair (4)
  • Sun umbrellas
  • Parking place
  • Private driveway
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Garden chair(s) (4)
  • Garden table(s0) (1)
  • Porch
  • Garden fully fenced
  • Ashtray(s)

Privacy

  • Manager on site
  • Complete privacy
  • Detached house

Facilities

  • Washing machine
  • Hall
  • Smoking allowed
  • Storeroom
  • Hypo-allergenic
  • Wine cellar
  • Pets on request

Linens

  • Bed linen available
  • Towels present
  • Kitchen linen available
  • Bed linen for children

Children

  • Child's chair
  • Camping bed

Disabled

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Evenfloor


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