44 per night

Domus Pisano

This freestanding cozy house is surrounded by natural beauties and by a large Mediterranean Maquis.

In the holiday region: Sardegna

Domus Pisano

Free cancellationFree cancellation up to 7 days before arrival
03/01/2020 - 12/31/2020

This freestanding cozy house is surrounded by natural beauties and by a large Mediterranean Maquis.

In the holiday region: Sardegna

6 123 m² 3 BR 2 BA

  • Good amenities
  • Online for over 4 years
  • Added 35 times to wish list
  • Is recommended by 100 % of visitors

Descriptions

The Holiday flat

A large apartment in a villa set at the feet of Monte Tare' near Lanusei. With porch, terraces and a large garden area of two ha. Central heating. BBQ. Spacious apartment for six persons, three bedrooms each for two persons. Two bathroom. A large livingroom, large kichen. Wine cellar.

This freestanding house lies outside the city of Lanusei, as a result from which you are insured of all desired rest and privacy. A short drive will take you to the Cardedu beaches. From on the terrace you can enjoy a magnificent and breathtaking view to the Corongiu Valley and the sea. Ogliastra, a fairly recent discovery with its beautiful coasts and mountainous interior.

Its territory, wedged between sea and mountain, offers a vast array of unique landscapes. A paradise of remarkable beauty situated along the eastern side of Sardinia, where nature is at its best.

Lanusei is the most important town in Sardinia's Ogliastra region and is situated in a charming position atop Gennargentu ridges that slope towards the coast. Its territory is known for its environment, including a natural amphitheatre in which its forested areas, archaeological aspects and the town's most important monuments are located.

The Selene Forest is surely the most visited tourist destination. Lush ilex and oak spread out over a large part of the area where true botanical rarities are concentrated along with wildlife species. There are also a few refreshments areas for visitors. The location can also be reached by the 'Trenino verde' (green train) which, for the most part of the year, allows visitors to enjoy the healthy air, typical of the area. Numerous springs with pure, fresh water that supply the nearby Alto Flumendosa Lake are also present. A Nuraghe, Tomba dei Giganti, sacred well and other pre-historic objects area hidden by the vegetation.

Splendid old buildings, neat squares, a breathtaking scenic backdrop; Lanusei, the capital of the Province of Ogliastra, is located in the east of Sardinia on the ridges between Mount Gennargentu and the coast, and betwixt the green of the hinterland and the deep-blue sea. It enjoys a magnificent position set in the midst of natural wonders and easily-reachable sites of great tourist and cultural interest.

The inhabited centre develops around the seat of the diocese, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Maddalena, dating back to 1860 but founded in the seventeenth century. On the outside we find the excellent cycle of frescos dedicated to the life of Mary Magdalene and Christ, completed in 1927 by Mario Delitala, one of the leading exponents of Sardinian painting of the XX century.

The Ogliastra Diocesan Museum is also of great interest and is situated on the premises of the Episcopal Seminary in Via Roma. As you walk around the streets of the town, it is not unusual to find memorial plaques dedicated to the eminent people who once lived here. Among these, we find the plaque dedicated to the family of Goffredo Mameli, composer of the Italian National Anthem, who was born in Lanusei.

Ogliastra is a verdant region in the Province of Nuoro . Come to visit this region and you’ll enjoy unforgettable moments. In summer it offers the nicest sea in the world , but , out of the bathing season it may gives its most exciting surprises .

Barisardo is a seaside resort a few kilometres away from Arbatax Harbour : it is pleasant because its beaches are sheltered from the wind and well equipped. Far from city strife and scarcely populated , its countryside opens onto picturesque landscapes in which the solemn silence allows the tourist to approach a world that is still primordial. The natural environment , the flora and fauna of such places takes shapes, forms and colours hardly encountered elsewhere in Europe. To these features , unusual yet pleasing, we attribute the undeniable touristic success of our region.

From Dorgali to Marina di Gairo , begins one of the most most majestical coastal scenes of all the Mediterranean. Everywhere rocky outcrops stand out, followed by long white beaches , surrounded by the infinite patches of Mediterranean bush.

Why visit Lanusei? With its mild and temperate climate, healthy air and fairytale scenic landscapes, Lanusei has now gained a prime position as a holiday resort in Sardinia, not just because of its historic and natural treasures but also for the intense cultural life that takes place in certain periods of the year.

For example on the first Sunday in June, the town’s Patron Saint San Giovanni Bosco is honoured with religious ceremonies, sporting events and poetry competitions. Or again the celebrations in honour of the Saints Cosma and Damiano held between 20thAugust and 27th September with processions, food and traditional dancing.

The “Trenino verde” railway unwinds from Lanusei up to the suggestive heights of Pizzi Cuccu and Su Carmu from where one can admire the breathtaking landscapes of the Ogliastra valley.

Rooms and Facilities

max. 6
123 m²
wheelchair access
Wifi

bedroom

  • total number: 3
  • 3 double bedroom(s)

Bathrooms and WCs

  • total number: 4
  • 1 bathrooms with shower
  • 1 bathrooms with shower and tub
  • 2 seperate WC(s)

Exterior facilities

  • garden
  • BBQ-grill
  • parking space
  • terrace

Interior facilities

  • central heating
  • heating

Equipment

  • bedding
  • CD-player
  • TV
  • towels
  • satellite-TV
  • VCR
  • washing machine
  • garden furniture
  • Wifi

Kitchen facilities

  • 4 ring stove
  • freezer
  • fridge
  • microwave
  • baking oven

Services

Other

  • long term rental possible
  • low-allergen environment
  • pets are allowed by agreement
  • suitable for seniors
  • children welcome
  • wheelchair accessible
location
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Arrival and distances

    • beach: 13.5 km
    • distance to next shop: 4 km
    • restaurant: 3.8 km
    • centre of the village: 4 km
    • bus station: 3.5 km
    • distance to next airport: Elmas Cagliari - 135 km
    • distance to next railway station: Lanusei - 3.5 km
    • distance to next motorway: SS390 - 0.4 km

Sport facilities nearby

  • climbing
  • canoeing
  • mountain biking
  • horse riding
  • swimming
  • sailing
  • surfing
  • diving
  • hiking
  • water ski
  • surfing

Location and surroundings of object

Lanusei and Ogliastra true and genuine place to be. Let yourself go; be delighted by the limpid colours of its skies and beaches, its rough vegetation’s stimulating scents; taste and discover its millennial culture. Ogliastra's cuisine is both simple and refined although its great variety is discovered only by those who have the desire to immerse themselves into a timeless world.

Throughout all of Sardinia, from north to south, it’s not easy finding fast food restaurants where you can “eat and run”. Rather, you will find places where you can stop and relax, where you can savour typical Sardinian gastronomical products, accompanied by the warmth and hospitality of its you have never tasted the liqueur made of myrtle, nor smelled the honey-perfumed seadas’ or the fragrance of pane carasau, then you are ready for this journey.

Ogliastra will enchant you with its many treasures throughout the entire year. Ogliastra; island into the island, immersed in the sea, island of natural beauties……your holiday island! Year after year, its unique colors and ancient traditions conquer millions of visitors who flood this corner of paradise situated in the heart of the Mediterranean. Low-cost flights from and to Sardinia. Use the flight search engine to find the cheapest low-cost flights and purchase them from the airlines directly.

Sardinia is a beautiful and fascinating island; this portal strives to catalogue its numerous tourist attractions. It is a wonderful and captivating island for those whose visit is motivated by its medieval churches,



We suggest visiting the Salesiani's College, the attached church of St. John Bosco, the library and the archives building. It has been the bishop's see since 1927. The cathedral is dedicated to St. Mary Magdalene who is honoured with big celebrations the last Sunday of July.

The other important festivities are for Don Bosco (first Sunday in June) and for the Saints Cosima and Damian (Sept. 27th), celebrated in the homonymous small, rural church.

Lanusei a small hilly town renowned for its invigorating healthy climate, Lanusei is set as an amphitheatre 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 readily available to tourists.

It is the most important town for culture in Ogliastra, seat of the diocese and the religious college of the Salesiani, the law court and also the hospital. It has a wealth of cultural centres: museums, churches and monuments testify its resplendent past. Worth mentioning is the Astrological Observatory “”, open to the public, situated on the top of Monte Armidda an ideal location, free from light pollution.

Various areas of the territory display a gorgeous landscape rich in wild life: wild-boars, moufflons, birds of prey, partridges and hares, etc. The lovely scenery that can be admired from Monte Armidda includes the characteristic Perda Leana, Monte Tricoli, the porphyry crest of Serra Coronedda 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 Nuragic era: 6 nuraghi, 2 giants’ tombs and about 14 areas where settlements are supposed to have existed. The most important archaeological and environmental site is Seleni, an ancient settlement perched on a rocky outcrop with, at a brief distance, beautiful giants’ tombs.

Back to the Orientale road, almost straight away, there is one more detour to Triei; just before the village, about 4 km. further, an asphalted road leads to the plateau of Osini, which is rich in natural springs. Here you can see the Royal eagle, vultures and hawks, and visit a well-preserved Tomb of Giants.

The itinerary leads on to Baunei, which is most interesting for the landscape and the naturalistic beauty due to the Golgo plateau, with "Su Sterru" which is the deepest chasm to be found in Europe; and its coast with the highest cliffs of the Mediterranean Sea and the Inlets of Mariolu, Luna, Biriola, Sisine and Goloritzé. 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.

The East Coast of Sardinia: the canoeist’s ideal habitat, according to not just Cardedu Kayak but anyone who’s been lucky enough to visit and paddle here. Places visited all year round by those who love nature and its marvels, rather than creature comforts. The coastline lends itself to all open-air sporting and “wellness” activities.
A small hilly town renowned for its invigorating healthy climate, Lanusei is set as an amphitheatre 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 readily available to tourists.

It is the most important town for culture in Ogliastra, seat of the diocese and the religious college of the Salesiani, the law court and also the hospital. It has a wealth of cultural centres: museums, churches and monuments testify its resplendent past. Worth mentioning is the Astrological Observatory “F. Caliumi”, open to the public, situated on the top of Monte Armidda, an ideal location, free from light pollution.

Various areas of the territory display a gorgeous landscape rich in wild life: wild-boars, moufflons, birds of prey, partridges and hares, etc. The lovely scenery that can be admired from Monte Armidda includes the characteristic Perda Liana, Monte Tricoli, the porphyry crest of Serra Coronedda and the littoral archaeological legacy on the territory covers all the periods from early Neolithic to Roman times.

The most significant finds are from the Nuragic era: 6 nuraghi, 2 giants’ tombs and about 14 areas where settlements are supposed to have existed. The most important archaeological and environmental site is Selene: an ancient settlement perched on a rocky outcrop with, at a brief distance, beautiful giants 'tombs'.

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.

The Selene Forest is surely the most visited tourist destination. Lush ilex and oak spread out over a large part of the area where true botanical rarities are concentrated along with wildlife species. There are also a few refreshments areas for visitors. The location can also be reached by the "Trenino verde" (green train) which, for the most part of the year, allows visitors to enjoy the healthy air, typical of the area.

Numerous springs with pure, fresh water that supply the nearby Alto Flumendosa Lake are also present. A Nuraghe, Tomba dei Giganti, sacred well and other pre-historic objects area hidden by the vegetation. We also recommend visits to Mount Armidda, well known due to the presence of an Astronomy Observatory, and Mounts Tricoli and Paulis where Punic-Roman evidence has been discovered.

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.

The other magical side to Ogliastra is the Nature, which is still unspoilt and which gradually changes as you climb over the hills to arrive at the mountains of the Gennargentu, whose varied landscapes and rare beauty are very satisfying to gaze upon. A land which is best appreciated by the attentive and curious observer, rather than the normal tourist. In terms of history and archaeology, the whole area is very worthwhile to visit, with many Nuraghi, Domus de Janas, Fonti Sacre, Tombe dei Giganti and Menhir.

On foot, by bike, on horseback, by car or 4WD you can follow trekking routes to discover places which you won't easily forget. If, on the other hand, you wish to see the splendid Ogliastra coastline from the sea, there are boats to take you there. Only the combination of sights and scents manages to fully describe Ogliastra's magic and harmony. You can't say you've really visited Sardinia if you don't spend at least a few days in Ogliastra.

Much of the territory of Lanusei is crossed by the Little Green Train or Trenino Verde, whose route winds from the town centre to the charming heights of Pizzu Cuccu and Su Carmu, from which you can admire the marvellous landscapes of the Ogliastra valleys. The area, between 150 and 1300 m amsl, includes both hilly and mountain zones, with the principal mountains being Monte Selene, Monte Tricoli and Monte Armidda.

Mountains, rocks, crystalline sea: this is the landscape that is found in the territories that make up this section of Sardinia, that is, the Ogliastra with its ‘Tacchi’ (mountain outcrops), desert areas and small isolated coves; the Gennargentu with its snow-covered mountain tops and its skies, playground to the majestic golden eagle.

Prices

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rental price: from  310 per week equates to  44 per night

including fixed additional costs

inclusive services

This price includes the cost of Cleaning .

Advice by the landlord

check-in: 15:00, check-out: 11:00

rental deposit: 30 %
final payment: on arrival

additional information about rental price:

End cleaning fee of €50 per stay.

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.

Firm Cancellation Policy: For bookings cancelled up to 60 days before the start of the stay, traveler receives a 100% refund. For bookings cancelled up to 14 days before the start of the stay, traveler receives a 50% refund. If canceled less than the above term is no refund possible.

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).

Cancellation terms:

Firm Cancellation Policy: For bookings cancelled up to 60 days before the start of the stay, traveler receives a 100% refund. For bookings cancelled up to 14 days before the start of the stay, traveler receives a 50% refund. If canceled less than the above term is no refund possible.


Free cancellation for trips from 01.03.2020 to 31.12.2020. This means:
• 100% refund for cancellations made at least 7 days before arrival.

additional information

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.

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last updated on: 08/08/2020

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6
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123 m²
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3
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from  310 per week
equates to  44 per night

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G. FRANCESCHI

We speak English, Italian, Dutch

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Dear Tenants, I was born in Lanusei Sardinia. At the age of 19th I came to The Netherlands where since 1976 I'm working for The Dow Chemical Company in Terneuzen. Beside my own job, I began with the renting of some vacation homes on the Eastern coast of Sardinia; these units belong to good friends of mine. The owner on place will welcome you with open arms, although, I do have all the responsibility for a smooth 'n proper running of your vacation 'n as intermediary 'tween you and the owner on spot.

0031(0) 115441702

0031(0) 611120111

listing # 81879 at www.tourist-paradise.com

G. Franceschi
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Absolute Empfehlung!

from David M. from 91054 Erlangen

5 5 5 5 5

travel period: October 2016


Die neue (April 2016) Unterkunft ist modern und sympathisch eingerichtet. Wir haben nichts vermisst. Die Vermieterfamilie ist sehr nett und wohnt direkt unterhalb des Objekts. Die Kommunikation erfolgte über Google Translator bzw. ein paar Brocken Englisch....:-)).

Besonders angetan waren wir vom Panoramafenster im Wohnzimmer mit den herrlichen Ausblicken. Im Umkreis einer halben Autostunde gibt es viele Möglichkeiten zu Wandern - an Stränden, Naturparks und Forststrassen zu den umliegenden Gipfeln. Bei schönem Wetter hat man fantastische Aussichten.

Wir haben uns so richtig wohlgefühlt.

recommend for: adventure and experience, holiday with children, beach holiday, romantic holiday

Geräumiges helles Haus, ruhige Lage, schöner Blick auf die Berge.

from Wilco T. from Venlo

5 5 5 5 5

travel period: April 2016


Ausgesprochen freundliche Vermieter, die uns sehr herzlich aufgenommen haben, fast wie Familienanschluss, aber niemals aufdringlich. Saubere Wohnung, sehr große Terasse, Super Aussicht. Kann nur das beste weitergeben !!

recommend for: adventure and experience, disabled persons, seniors, holiday with children, cultural and sightseeing holiday, beach holiday, romantic holiday

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listing #: 81879
last updated on: 07.04.2020
Online for: 4 years, 5 months
URL: https://www.tourist-paradise.com/81879.htm

Provider identification for this advertisement no. 81879


Gianni Franceschi
Keijzerstraat, 11
4542BC HOEK
0031115441702



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