data of object
|Type of object:||vacation rental|
|Living area:||86 m2|
|Number of rooms:||4|
|Number of of sleeping accomodations (beds):||6|
|number of bathrooms:||1|
This lovely, spacious holiday bungalow is the ideal base for a large family, or group of friends, to spend a peaceful holiday away from the stresses of everyday's life. It is well equipped with a tv, washing machine, espresso machine, included bed linen and bath towels.
Very close to one of the white sandy beaches in this area. The Marina of Cardedu is picturesque and peaceful, but there are a scattering of bars, restaurants and shops in the area. Alternatively, you can shop in the village of Cardedu, where you can find all of the local produce.
Cardedu was established after the flood at Gairo in 1951, at first part of Gairo and then, in 1984, it became a Comune in its own right. The Comune extends for 2000 hectares, with centuries-old woods with unique flora and fauna, forming an area of exceptional natural beauty around Monte Ferru (875 m amsl). Along the coast, there's a succession of sandy inlets, rocks, stones and red porphyry, to make a varied and unspoilt landscape.
There aren't historic monuments, given the relatively recent formation of the comune, but there are archaeological sites, such as nuraghi, Domus de Janas, a sacred well (Su Presoneddu). As in the past, agriculture is an important sector, producing typical produce such as: oranges, peaches, grapes (and therefore wine), honey, cheese, casu e fitta, casu agedu and milk. The gastronomic specialities are culurgiones, gattò and amaretti.
Ogliastra, with the beauty of its coastline and mountainous interior, is Sardinia's most recently-discovered tourist destination. This corner of the island, bounded by the mountains and the sea, offers an unlimited number of unique attractions for visitors.
A paradise of remarkable beauty situated on the east coast of Sardinia: here Nature offers the best of itself. The name Ogliastra is said to come from the Olivastri, olive trees, found all over this area, though others say it's derived from the Agugliastra (or Pedra Longa), the limestone monolith on the coastline of Baunei.
Ogliastra's coastline contains beautiful oases of sand wedged between the sea and the surrounding cliffs, and is one of the Mediterranean's most charming marine landscapes. Starting from the north, we come to sandy bays (cale) reachable only by boat or on foot, such as the famous Cala Luna, Cala Sisine, Cala Mariolu and Cala Goloritzé; further south we find interesting beaches such as those at Tancau, Orrì, Cea, the Marinas di Barisardo and Cardedu, Coccorrocci and the Golfo di Sarrala.
town and location of object
Some of the world’s most ancient archaeological sites are present in Sardinia such as the various Nuraghe that can be found scattered across the island. A number of Grotto's and other places of natural beauty are also visible across the island. The most visited city on the island is Calgiari with its crystal clear waters, beaches and unspoiled natural environment consisting of lagoons, bird sanctuaries and wildlife reserves that are unique in Europe.
Cagliari offers museums and monuments, architecture and archaeological wonders for holidaymakers to explore whilst the nearby city of Sassari is home to a number of archaeological sites such as The necropolis of Anghelu Ruju, Neptune’s Grotto a remarkable series of caves just outside Alghero & many vineyards where some if Italy's finest wine is produced. Other places to visit include the towns of Nuoro & Oristano which both have a number of archaeological sites whilst also being home to several bars, cafes and restaurants where the Italian cuisine and wine can be sampled.
There are many traditional holiday cottages, and self-catering rentals available for you to rent throughout the year, and will ensure that your stay will be truly unforgettable.
Sea, flat, hill or mountain? In Sardinia there is all this, you have only to decide where do you want to go. It is not possible to reach very high altitudes (any mountain reaches the 1900 meters) but there is the possibility to appreciate a chilling fresh even in the midsummer, at least in some areas of the island. We suggest an hike on the mighty top of the Punta la Marmora (1834 meters): from there, when north-westerly, it is possible to contemplate the island from coast to coast getting lost in the tender beauty of the sunrise or of the sunset. Provided that you will be rigged and accompanied by experts.
Punta la Marmora is the highest summit of the mountainous groups of Sardinia (Gennargentu, Supramonte, Limbara, Marghine, Goceano, Serpeddì, Sette Fratelli, Sarrabus). The riliefs of Broncu Spina (1829 meters), Su Sciusciau (1823 meters) and Punta Flores prove to be slightly lower. The morphological structure changes from zone to zone. The most diffuse rocks in Sardinia are the granite, the basalt, the trachyte and the travertines.
The sea is one between the most beautiful in the world, even though it can not extol the coral reef and the multicolored fishes of the exotic countries. But forests and woods, which extension is unfortunately sharply decreased, in regard to some centuries ago, still preserve wonderful surprises as for example natural monuments like the olivaceous of Luras (Gallura: it is more than three thousand years old and it is the most ancient in Europe) or the “fratello” (“brother”) of Santa Maria Navarrese (only thousand years old, the last sample of a forest now a day disappeared in the sea resort of the Ogliastra). Otherwise the evergreen oak of Orgosolo and Seui (Barbagie), or, the yew-tree too, which tempts time in the gully of the Gorroppu (side of Urzulei, in Ogliastra). Authentic treasures of a gentle nature partially uncontaminated, witness to a longeval and proud Sardinia.
You could smell the fragrance of the Mediterranean maquis, during some periods of the year they are particularly strong almost exhilarating. In Sardinia by some international companies have been identified officinal plants, which have a huge importance in the medical and pharmaceutical domain.
In our island you will find many protected parks (marine or in the inside zones), where various animal and vegetable species live, some of these are dying out and for this reason are protected.
You couldn't miss the visits to some of the most charming caves (of Nettuno, of the Bue Marino, Su Marmuri, of the Fico, Is Zuddas, San Giovanni, Su Mannau, Sa Oche e Su Bentu, Ispinigoli, Is Janas). At last waterfalls, torrents, lakes (they are almostly artificial constructions, but not for this reason less beautiful), and ponds offer one more reason to organize a long walk on the green contemplating the local flora and fauna.
Marina di Cardedu , Ogliastra , Sardegna , Italy
Cardedu is a small area of the Ogliastra, one of the mose beautiful and wild regions historical/geographical of Sardinia. Situated a short distance from the sea, the village, of farming origins, has participated in a sudden urban development straight after the floods of 1951, that destroyed a good part of the houses of Osini and Gairo.
The position of Cardedu, at the crossroads of the road that takes you towards Tacchi, the sea, the grottoes of the valley of the Pardu and the woods of Lanusei, have favoured the development of tourism and made the most of an inhabited town. The council of Cardedu with its 2,000 hectares around Monte Ferru, make up an exceptional natural complex.On the Ogliastra coast, in a natural park with a wealth of plateaus and plains, artificial lakes and torrents, forests and bush, beaches, buttes and outcrops lies Cardedu. Founded immediately after a land side partly destroyed Gairo in 1951, the village, which for some time was kept under Gairo’s jurisdiction, became a municipality of his own in 1984.A sandy seabed with limpid waters and a coast where dazzling coves suddenly appear to break the long white stretches of sand and reefs, pebbles and red porphyry sketch a gorgeous landscape, variegated, rugged and uncontaminated.
Cardedu is also a favourite seaside resort for windsurfers because of the strong sirocco winds blowing at 10-15 knots.There are also archaeological treasures scattered on the territory: nuraghi, domus de janas and a scared well (su Presoneddu). However, being a fairly recent settlement, no historical monument of significance is located inside the village; worth mentioning, though, is the ancient country church Madonna di Buoncamino and the picturesque main village square, a meeting point and a public “living room” for the whole community.
Quiet in winter, Cardedu comes to life in the summer, during the festival “Insieme a Cardedu”, with a vast array of interesting events, from music and dancing to theatre and folklore, for the joy of both residents and tourists.
The term that best suits Sardinia is perhaps “environments”. What in fact strikes the visitor most is the coexistence of different territories, each with its own geological aspect.
You can choose among many experiences to discover the peculiarities of the Sardinian environment: pleasant outdoor excursions in the woods and pine forests in national parks or scattered on the island are only a few examples.
If you are passionate or curious about the secrets of the underground, Sardinia is rich in caves and mines in part recovered and turned into museums to be admired. This land has often suffered from drought but has many unexpected water resources: you will find beneficial hot springs as spas and waterfalls and fresh mountain springs.
Sardinia is constituted by the homonymous island (after Sicily, the second biggest of the Mediterranean), and by numerous minor islands (San Pietro, Sant'Antioco, Mal di Ventre, Asinara, Isola Piana, Caprera, La Maddalena, Spargi, Budelli, Razzoli, Santa Maria, Tavolara, Molara, Serpentara e Isola dei Cavoli), for a global expansion of 24.090 kilometers square. The population is of over 1,600,000 inhabitants. The regional capital is Cagliari. From 2005 provinces are doubled: from four to eight.
Sardinia, is estimated to be old around 600 millions of years ( it emerged in the Carboniferous: hundreds millions years ago it was in strictly contact with France and Spain, before to carry out a translation with the neighbouring Corse) and boasts a signal stability in its structure: its volcanoes are extincted from millions years. It can't be said the same about the hydrological viewpoint, a problem that characterizes as well cities like Cagliari: uncountable are the underground caverns of uncommon sizes.
The caves in the island are among the most beautiful and ancient in Italy and in Europe: it is possible to find some of these in the interior and along the coasts alike ( some are reachable only by sea, and some others are visitable only by rigged and capable speleologists). An other phenomenon that involves particularly Sardinia is the erosion, caused by the natural composition of its rocks and by the strong action conducted by the dominant winds.
arrival and distances
Distance to next airport: Elmas Airport Cagliari
- 120 km
Distance to next railway station: Tortoli
- 13 km
Distance to next motorway: SS 125
- 5 km
Distance to next Shop: 4 km
Sport facilities nearby
fishing, climbing, biking, canoeing, paragliding, horse riding, swimming, sailing, surfing, diving, hiking, water ski, surfing,
Type of holiday
- family holiday
- cultural and sightseeing holiday
- romantic holiday
- sport holiday
- beach holiday
Total number of sleeping facilities: 3
bathrooms and WCs
number of bathrooms: 1
External facilities of object
- car Parking
Internal facilities of object
Machines and equipment
- bed linen provided
- towels provided
- washing machine
- garden chair
- 4 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: 300 Euro per object per week
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|01.06.13||30.06.13||-||430 €||per object|
|01.07.13||31.08.13||-||670 €||per object|
|01.09.13||30.09.13||-||430 €||per object|
|01.10.13||31.05.14||-||300 €||per object|
The owner speaks the following languages:
English, Italian, Niederländisch (Dutch)
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