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|Living area:||78 m2|
|Number of rooms:||3|
|Number of of sleeping accomodations (beds):||4|
|number of bathrooms:||1|
Ilbono, snug and cozy apartment located on the ground floor of Domus Loi. Suitable for four persons and a baby. Relatively large living kitchen with fireplace, two bedrooms and bathroom. Terrace and garden.
Ilbono is just 15 minutes driving distance from the beaches of Orri, Il Golfetto and La Capannina. The village of Ilbono, located on a hill halfway between Lanusei and Tortolì, enjoys a privileged position as an important transit point. Sites of archaeological interest and lovely landscapes are abundant in the territory.
Among them, Sceri, the largest and most important Nuragic complex of the area, dating back to the 2nd millennium B.C., surrounded by dense Mediterranean vegetation that adds a touch of magic to the place.
town and location of object
The whole area of Ogliastra includes fine white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, cliffs which fall sheer to the sea, age-old woods and dry desert plains. Sailing along the wonderful coast it possible to admire some of the most beautiful bays of the Mediterranean: Cala Gonone, Cala Luna, Cala Goloritzè are nowadays very well-know destinations for tourism.
As a matter of fact the whole Orosei gulf has been appointed by the EU as SIC (Site of Communitarian Importance), awards given to sites characterised by the presence of important species of flora and fauna.
One of the most famous and popular site is the Grotta del Bue Marino (Sea cow's cave), once shelter for the seals, today in danger of extinction.
Faunistic area of the sardinian deer at "Sa Portiscra"
The faunistic area,750 m above sea level, is situated amid “Su Campu de Bidiculai, “Punta Or Mufrones” and “Punta su Crabargiu” at “Sa Portiscra” in the Urzulei mountains. The natural aspects of the territory are well-preserved, there are century-old forests of evergreen oaks, majestic junipers, rare wild orchids, peonies, various endemisms; from these slopes the Sardinian goshawk and the majestic golden eagle soar into the sky. Moufflons, wild-boars, wild-cats, martens and foxes live happily in this area.
This place has been chosen for the re-introduction of the Sardinian deer after its extinction at the beginning of the 1900s. Inside this oasis of about 10 hectares there are Cervus Elaphus Corsicanus (granted by the Sardinian Forest Corporation). Near the oasis you can visit the Nuraghic village of “Or Murales”, one of the biggest and most spectacular in Sardinia, with over 100 huts in a good state of preservation.
The entire area is “framed” by breathtaking scenery, in which the beautiful Gola di Gorropu is visible, with its rock walls of nearly 500 m high, the limestone chain that from Monte Oseli towers over the “Codula di Luna as far as the gulf of Orosei.
Ilbono , Ogliastra , Sardegna , Italy
Other archaeological sites of importance are: Sartalassu, Tedili, Pira Inseri and Elucri (Roman settlements were also discovered in the last two). There are twenty nuraghi presently registered in the territory of Ilbono. The area of Taré is worth a visit for its fauna specimens. The place is now easily accessible through a recently opened panoramic road linked to another road that cuts across the area of Parendaddai, where most of Ilbono’s archaeological treasures are located. The village as an interesting historical centre which has developed around the ancient square Funtana de Idda, to which all roads still lead today; some are very narrow and cobbled, others are wider to allow, at one time, oxen-led carts to pass.
The small country churches of S. Cristoforo, S. Pietro and S. Rocco (the last two unfortunately in a state of decay) stand as testimonies of the ancient religiosity of this farming community.
Tourism in Sardinia is a relatively new phenomenon and until recent times there was little choice but to stay in modest inns or private houses, especially away from the largest towns and a handful of old, well-known seaside resorts. Today the quality of Sardinian tourist accommodation has reached the same high standards found in the rest of Italy (thanks in part to important events such as the establishment of a Sardinian tourist board in 1952, and changes in regional laws starting in the 1960s which incentivized investment from individuals and large companies). The coastal areas are not the only places driving the growth of tourism in Sardinia, with many areas once exclusively used for farming and grazing now offering fantastic holiday accommodation, such as Fonni and Oliena.
The number of different holiday possibilities is countless, stretching from your traditional hotel, to simpler, often more rural options like bed and breakfasts or agritourism farmhouses.
Another possibility for those who want to immerse themselves in the mediterranean scrub and breathtaking landscapes of the Sardinian countryside is the campsite, particularly recommended to lovers of walking. A fantastic alternative to hotels or resorts is the self-catering holiday home, many of which have swimming pools and/or are right by the sea.
If you are looking for a beach holiday you will soon notice the different characters of the various coastal areas. The Emerald Coast (Costa Smeralda) and the famous seaside towns near Olbia (including Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo) are very popular among the rich and famous, and whilst their 'exclusiveness' is questionable, they ooze style and sophistication.
In contrast areas such as Santa Margherita di Pula, Porto Conte, Baia Sardinia and Villasimius are popular destinations for package holidays, whereas areas like Alghero, Santa Teresa di Gallura, La Maddalena, San Teodoro, Cala Gonone, Golfo Aranci and Muravera are popular among more traditional, independent tourists.
In addition to these well known destinations there are many minor coastal towns and villages where you can find great accommodation at very good prices, especially in agritourism farmhouses, bed and breakfasts, and hotels, the rising stars of Sardinian tourism. The early days when Sardinian hotels were known for their lack of professionalism, offset only by the beauty of the island and the friendliness of the islanders, have long since passed, even in the lesser known places.
Despite the growth of tourism in Sardinia the countryside retains its wild, uncontaminated beauty, and visitors always enjoy a completely authentic experience, never a manufactured one.
arrival and distances
Distance to next airport: Elmas Cagliari
- 140 km
Distance to next railway station: Lanusei
- 7 km
Distance to next motorway: SS 198
- 1 km
Distance to next Shop: 0.4 km
Sport facilities nearby
fishing, biking, canoeing, mountain biking, swimming, sailing, surfing, diving, hiking, water ski, surfing,
Type of holiday
- relaxation holiday
- family holiday
- cultural and sightseeing holiday
- romantic holiday
- holiday for singles
- beach holiday
- hiking holiday
Total number of sleeping facilities: 2
bathrooms and WCs
number of bathrooms: 1
- 1 bathrooms with shower
- 1 seperate WC(s)
External facilities of object
- car Parking
Internal facilities of object
Machines and equipment
- bed linen provided
- towels provided
- washing machine
- baby's high chair
- garden chair
- 4 ring stove
- single ring stove
- long term rental possible
- low allergen environment
- pets not allowed
- seniors suitable for
- children welcome
- handicapped not suitable
Payment Terms: Within 7 days after receiving our confirmation on your booking request you've to pay 30% of the total rent deposit. On arrival at your vacation home, the balance due has to be paid to the owner.
Cancellation: Cancellation 9 months to three weeks time before arriving 30% of the total rent payable. If canceled less than the above term is 50% of the total rent payable.
Regarding a withdrawal of your booking in case of serious illness, we can make an agreement that only 15% of the total amount will be paid from your side. Although when demonstrable with an authentic and signed medical certificate (no copies), which can be sent to us for further verification.
Minimum rental: 240 Euro per object per week
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|25.09.12||31.05.13||-||240 €||per object|
|01.06.13||30.06.13||-||280 €||per object|
|01.07.13||31.08.13||-||460 €||per object|
|01.09.13||30.09.13||-||280 €||per object|
|01.10.13||31.05.14||-||240 €||per object|
The owner speaks the following languages:
English, Italian, Niederländisch (Dutch)
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