via Delle Conchiglie, Cala Gonone, 08020
SARDINIA - CALA GONONE (NU) Villa to 50 meters of the sea, for 7 people: 3 double bedrooms, 1 bedroom single, kitchen, dining area, 2 bathrooms, veranda, garden private with barbecue. Washing machine. Television.
Private parking. Near of all the comforts.
Private parking. Near of all the comforts.
Description of Sardaigne - Cala Gonone Gite :SARDINIA - CALA GONONE (NU) House/Villa to 50 meters of the sea, for 7 people: 3 double bedrooms, 1 bedroom single, kitchen, dining area, 2 bathrooms, veranda, garden with barbecue. Private parking. Near of all the comforts.
Prices 2011 in Euro for week.
19.03 – 09.04 1000,
09.04 - 28.05 1100,
28.05 - 18.06 1200,
18.06 - 02.07 1300,
02.07 – 16.07 1500,
16.07 - 30.07 1700,
30.07 - 27.08 2000,
27.08 - 03.09 1400,
03.09 - 17.09 1300,
17.09 - 01.10 1200,
01.10 - 05.11 1100,
05.11 - 31.12 1000,
The prices included consumption light, water and gas, Final cleaning,
Towels and Linens.
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Directions to Sardaigne - Cala GononeSardinia - Italy; island immersed in the sea, island of natural beauties……your holiday island! Year after year, its unique colors and ancient traditions conquer of visitors who flood this corner of paradise situated in the heart of the Mediterranean. Sardinia, the island of the sun .The climate is generally mild, influenced by Atlantic, African and Artic air masses. The weather is clear: in the arc of the year approximately 300 days are sunny .
Sardinia, the large island natural color Of water color lagoon, a majestic coast, a preserved nature. Sardinia will charm the amateurs of great spaces, which will find on this large island the ideal conditions for randonner, to benefit from the beach or to rest in the shade of the olive-trees. Here nature made the things well. On the few 1.800 km of coast which account Sardinia, it deposited with the turning of the courses, in the splits and at the bottom of bays of splendid white sand collars. Beaches which do not have anything to envy those which border the Polynesian lagoons. In Sardinia nature is queen.
An island within an island: Cala Gonone. A small sea resort overlooking 40 km of rugged, virginal coastline in the Orosei Gulf. Almost entirely devoid of concrete, its beaches – Cala Luna, Cala Sisine and Cala Mariolu, Cala Biriola, Cala Fuili, Cala Cartoe, Cala Osalla – of various sizes, are among the most beautiful in the Mediterranean, interrupted only by coastal towers and harsh limestone cliffs.A holiday in Cala Gonone offers both an authentic return to nature, with fascinating sights from primitive times, and the most up-to-date and comfortable facilities available. A daily boat service allows you to reach the most impressive parts of the coast in only a few minutes.
Sea, sun, caves, excursions into undiscovered nature, hospitality, folklore, archaeology: This is Cala Gonone
ARCHEOLOGY. In Sardinia there are hundreds of burial grounds from the Neolithic period - “dolmens” which recall the civilisations of northern Europe, imposing Giants’ Tombs, highly conspicuous nuraghi and a myriad of nuragic villages. A treasure trove still shrouded in mystery, a real delight for archaeologists and fans of prehistory The area of Cala Gonone is a rich deposit of primitive relics: Nuragic Village Tiscali, Nuragic Village Serra e Orrios, giants Tombs, Domus De Janas. A hidden world still to be discovered, known and loved.
TREKKING, VARIOUS KINDS of CLIMBING.
Cala Gonone is a magical place for climbing, certainly among the best in Sardinia. Moreover, thanks to its mild climate, a climb can be organised at any time of the year.Visited by athletes from all around Europe and beyond, these days it is a compulsory stop-off for whoever comes to the island. Its cliffs, such as the “La poltrona” – “The armchair” (so-called because of its shape), Cala Fuili, Cala Luna, Biddiriscottai, Acquaplano, Il Budinetto, Cala Golotitzé,and great overhang routes, such as the “Supramonte ” in the Gorroppu gorge, which surges upwards 400m with grades between 7c-8B, will challenge even the most able climbers. The reward, however, is a truly paradisiacal view, and one of the most spectacular panoramas in Sardinia.
Excursions: Canyon Gorroppu, Village nuragique Tiscali, from Cala Fuili to Cala Luna.
THE CAVES. Bue Marino: The cave is partially underground at the entrance and extends in a south-westerly direction for around 500m, reaching a depth of -3 to -6 m, one branch-off even reaching -13m. Beyond this, there is a large, dry tunnel around 100m long, containing the last explored siphon.
– Ispinigoli: the cave is on the side of a moutain at 400 m. and opens to a room wigh is dominated by a grand stalagmit column 38 m. high.
At Cala Gonone numerous sports can be practised, with new, modern facilities, submerged in the surrounding greenery. This is a real paradise for lovers of more extreme sports, such as free mountain climbing and bungee jumping. The area has, in fact, been inundated by climbing enthusiasts, who skilfully scale the countless nailed routes and sheer summits. The climate, mild and temperate, ensures that climbing can take place most of the year.The sea, with its crystal-clear waters lapping around the various coves and ravines, hides numerous relics from the Second World War, providing a rare treat for intrepid divers. For beginners, or those looking to improve their diving skills, a number of schools exist, with fully qualified instructors eager to share their knowledge of the sublime submarine world around Sardinia. Cala Gonone is not only sea, however – it is also mountains. Untarmacked roads and paths with various degrees of difficulty offer fans of trekking and mountain biking the chance to explore the area’s extremely varied natural landscape. Moreover, there are excellent facilities for other disciplines, such as tennis, with associations even organising competitive tournaments. For all levels of go-karters, there is a high-speed circuit, with professional drivers to whisk you around breathtaking bends. Traditional sports such as football and volleyball are equally well catered for in Cala Gonone, with first-rate facilities and always enough willing volunteers to make up a team!Windsurfing, waterskiing, canoeing and fishing complete the spectrum of sports and make Cala Gonone the perfect choice for a relaxing, comfortable and, above all, fun holiday.
NOT TO LOSE. Excursion in boat to beaches of Cala Luna and Cala Mariolu. Visit to the coves of the Bue Marino. Excursion to the Canyon Gorroppu and Village Nuragique Tiscali.
Sardinia is about two hours flight from London. Very cheap flights with RyanAir (www.ryanair.com), Easyjet (www.easyjet.com).
There are various means of transport available for getting to Cala Gonone.
Car hire is the simplest transfer method, even if you only use it to do the transfers back and to, to the airport. If wish to see a little more of the island, car hire would definitely be the best option.
From the www.ryanair.com website, use Hertz car rental. Or try: www.rent.it or www.holidayautos.co.uk.
From Olbia to Cala Gonone approximately hours 1,20; from Alghero to Cala Gonone approximately hours 2,20; from Cagliari to Cala Gonone approximately hours 2,30.
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