Description South Sardinia, s. antioco, Studio Central
Housing Rent cozy and charming Studio in the heart of Sant'Antioco with private car parking available.
The apartment is independent and consists of a comfortable double bed with orthopaedic mattress. If you host 3 people add a sofa bed for one and a half square. The apartment is about 30 square meters and has a locker to store their clothes; a sideboard with all utensils for cooking and eating; a refrigerator and a freezer capacity; a television.
Guests appreciate the very porch where I used to have lunch and dinner.
You have a kitchenette where able to cook and wash the dishes with everything you need to manage your own meals (oven and oven for croissants, coffee, tea towels, detergent, etc.).
The bathroom is with shower and also includes the bidet. Guests have at their disposal a satisfying amount of white towels and scented that'll change during your stay.
Guests will be welcomed with warmth and kindness by the owner, who barely speaks English, but try in every way to make themselves understood.
The Studio is generally very appreciated for hygiene and for the frequent change of bed and bath linen;
The apartment is situated in the Centre of s. Antioco and guests are all within walking distance from restaurants, supermarkets, bars and restaurants, but also essential services as post office and pharmacy; In addition to convenient private parking for your car (motorcycle or bicycle).
Despite the centrality of place offers great peace of mind.
The city of s. Antioco offers a beautiful promenade where jog, stroll or enjoy a drink in front of the sea.
The main beaches are approximately 6 km from the village, and then recommend to hire a car (while less demanding in summer bus service to the beaches) If you'd like to be my guests, I would be very pleased to welcome you!
Are at your disposal for any further information.
Sant'Antioco is not only sea, but also culture, so I jot down a few TOURIST-historical NOD certainly interesting and which constitutes a surplus than many equally beautiful tourist places: the island of Sant'Antioco, located in the South-western part of Sardinia, is connected (then accessible overland by car) to the earth mother through an artificial isthmus and represents the fourth Italian island after the Elbe. Its territory has two villages, Sant'Antioco and Calasetta and other smaller settlements of mostly character. Sant'Antioco, located at the foot of Castle Hill, is the main centre of the island. The country has the appearance characteristic of fishing villages with low houses and red-roofed, colored by narrow streets but with a complex urban structure.
Sant'Antioco has a millennial history. The Centre was already inhabited since the 3rd millennium BC but its history began in the 8th century. BC at the time when the Phoenicians founded the city of Sulky, a name that was later Latinized as Sulci, present-day Sant'Antioco. By the time he saw alternating, over the centuries, settlements of different civilizations. Traces of the past are practically present (website hidden) are interesting testimonies, including two menhir dating back to pre-nuraghic age, some Domus de janas (houses of the fairies "), the tombs of the Giants, a large Phoenician-Punic tophet (a sort of sacrificial cemetery) and an ancient Punic necropolis which, just to name a few. Also important to the basilica of s. Antioco martyr built in 1102 on an early Christian Church, where the relics have been preserved and the statue of the Saint from which it takes its name. Very suggestive the Roman bridge with two arches, situated at the entrance of the small town.
Besides the rich archaeological heritage, the Centre as mentioned above has long beaches and attractive alternating with rocky coves.
The crystal clear sea is full of life and full of fish, with breathtaking backdrops.
The country offers visitors a wonderful sea, warm Sardinian hospitality and especially typical of the place that will delight the palate of even the most discerning clientele.
In short, its a vacation not to be missed.