The structure, in Orosei, was born inside an ancient farm and shows a typical peasant architecture, rich in details with vaults with chestnut beams and beams. It is a simple but refined, familiar environment, where every guest is the center of attention. Around the landscape is unspoiled, rich in Mediterranean scrub, citrus and olive trees.
Distance from the sea
The property is about 2km from the sea (sandy beach).
Furnished with Sardinian artisan furniture and fabrics, the rooms all have air conditioning, telephone, television, private bathroom, wi-fi internet connection, minibar, hairdryer and safe. Multiple accommodations have bunk beds.
Reception (08.00 - 00.00), restaurant, bicycle storage, TV room, bar, pool bar, garden, terrace, parking, rooms for the disabled and wheelchairs, play area, outdoor pool with sun beds and umbrellas, children's pool , fitness center, wellness center, sauna, solarium, whirlpool, massages.
Check in: from 3.00 pm to 10.00 pm
Check out: by 10.30 am
Orosei and surroundings
An enchanted place that unites pristine coastal pearls with the magic of the mountains: its gulf, together with the Gennargentu massif, is a regional park. Orosei is a small town in the Baronie of seven thousand inhabitants, nestled in the Cedrino valley, two and a half kilometers from the sea. The economy is based on agriculture, marble mining and, above all, accommodation facilities and tourist services. The coast, beautiful by day and animated by summer nights, is twenty kilometers long: white sand alternating with cliffs. The desire to dive is irresistible on every beach. Like in Cala Liberotto, 11 kilometers from the center, an emerald-colored bay beloved by surfers and diving enthusiasts and characterized by lovely beaches with emerald sea, such as sas Linnas Siccas and sa Curcurica. Behind emerges the pond of sos Alinos, habitat of resident and migratory birds. Not far away is Cala Ginepro, with soft sand mixed with smooth pebbles. Near the town is the Marina di Orosei, a beautiful beach of five kilometers, with enchanting stretches like on Barone.Other jewels in the south are the wide and long beach on Petrosu and Cala di Osalla, a golden expanse dipped in greenery in the middle with Dorgali , known for its backdrops ideal for diving. While, to the north, here is Fuile 'e Mare, protected by pine forests, Mattanosa, with white and pink sand and the Bidderosa oasis, a natural paradise with few comparisons: five coves of white sand and fine that overlook the emerald sea. Behind eucalyptus, juniper and Mediterranean essences. The historical center of Orosei is dotted with churches - 17 consecrated ones - including the baroque parish church of San Giacomo, celebrated on July 25th, the church of the Souls, with a wooden pulpit from the 18th century, and the church of Sant'Antonio, with frescoes from the 1400s, next to which on 16 January the fires of St. Anthony Abbot light up. There is also a tower dedicated to the saint, a legacy of when Urisè was the main center of his curia. The first settlement is Roman (Fanum Orisi), from the 2nd century AD. The most significant prehistoric remains are the Rampinu nuraghe and the village of sa Linnarta. Don't miss Sa Prejone vetza (the old Spanish prison) and the Don Nanni Guiso museum which collects miniature theaters from all over Europe, kept in the Palatzos Vetzos, where there is also a portrait of Alberto Moravia, by Pier Paolo Pasolini. The feasts have deep roots, in particular the rites of Holy Week: sos Sepurcros, via crucis and s'Incontru of Easter day. In May, Sant 'Isidoro and Santa Maria e Mare are celebrated with characteristic processions. In the festivals the flavors of the sea stand out with an exceptional dessert: the seadas sprinkled with golden strawberry tree honey.