• Property Type : Apartment
  • 2 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 4 to 5 Sleeps

Gianni Franceschi

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Come and enjoy a soothing family vacation in Cardedu. Between the village of Cardedu and the sea we provide you a amazingly furnished vacation apartment in a large villa, lain at a short distance from the beautiful and breathtaking beaches of Marina di Cardedu surrounded by garden and terraces.

Domus Piras has two bedrooms and one bathroom. The bathroom has been newly remodeled with a customized slate shower! The first bedroom has a king bed, the second has a queen bed. The amenable living room area has a full sofa bed and full personal bath.

Two large tiled balconies off the living and master room features opinions of the hotel, golf club and seashore. Other amenities include a fully-equipped, updated kitchen. The apartment has full view of the golf course and it is surrounded by lush tropical gardens.

Domus Piras is in short distance to world-class golfing, delicious restaurants, the sites of Traverse City, casinos, or wine tasting at many local wineries and close to downhill ski resorts.

Domus Piras vacation rental rates $670 per week. Rates are subject to change without notice.

Fantastically decorated just waiting for you to come and enjoy!


Payment Terms: Within 7 days after receiving our confirmation on your booking request you have 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 nine months to three weeks time before arriving 30% of the total rate payable. If canceling less than the above term is 50% of the total rate payable.

Regarding a withdrawl 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.

Amenities & Activities

  • BBQ
  • Shower
  • Hair Dryer
  • Twin Bed
  • Double Bed
  • Sofa Sleeper
  • Marina
  • Boats Available
Child Friendly
  • Playground
  • Child Friendly
Dining Room
  • Dining Table Seats
  • Child Highchair
Disability Access Features
  • Disability Access
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Disabled Parking
  • Ground Floor Unit
  • Satellite TV
  • Radio
  • Wood Burning Fireplace
  • Smoking Allowed
  • No Pets Allowed
  • Linens Included
  • Towels Provided
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Utensils
  • Pots and Pans
  • Stove
  • Oven
  • Coffee Maker
  • Refrigerator
  • Freezer
  • Spices
  • Iron and Board
  • Washing Machine
Outside Living
  • Backyard
  • Patio
  • Porch
  • Fenced Yard
  • Terrace
  • Patio Furniture
  • Outdoor Fireplace
  • Outdoor Shower
  • Garden
  • Garden Chairs
  • Beach Chairs
  • Beach Chairs
  • Parking Available
  • Car Recommended
Nearby Activities
  • Biking
  • Boating
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Horseback riding
  • Mountain Biking
  • Paddle Boats
  • Rock Climbing
  • Sailboarding
  • Sailing
  • Sightseeing
  • Sightseeing Cruises
  • Snorkeling
  • Swimming
  • Walking Tours
  • Water Skiing
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Windsurfing
  • Wine Tasting
  • Cycling
  • Mountaineering
Nearby Attractions
  • Near Beach
  • On Marina
  • Near Town
  • Near Shopping
  • Near Restaurants

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Verandas and terraces with bbq, outside shower.




Cardedu is also a favourite seaside resort for windsurfers because of the strong sirocco winds. ..



Porch area

Surrounded by a large Mediterranean garden area of 12000 square mtrs.

Beaches and bays in all their beauty alternate with little caves...

impressive rocks and granite shapes eroded over time by wind and sea...

Quiet in winter, Cardedu comes to life in the summer..

Additional Rate Information

Price of final cleaning: 50 Euro. All linen for beds, Bath and Kitchen are included. Energy costs are included. Own parking. No taxes.

The weekly marked rate is meant for four persons. An Additional fifth person has to pay an extra charge of € 45 per week. Up to a maximum of five persons.

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Location Information


Quiet in winter, Cardedu comes to life in the summer, during the festival âInsieme a Cardeduâ, with a vast array of interesting events, from music and dancing to theater and folklore, for the joy of both residents and tourists. 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 characterized 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. The species of animals are numerous and include vultures, predatory birds, moufflons and wild boars, mostly in the internal area.


Cardedu is also a favourite seaside resort for windsurfers because of the strong sirocco winds. The East Coast of Sardinia: the canoeistâs ideal habitat, according to not just Cardedu Kayak but anyone whoâs 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 âwellnessâ activities. Among these, sea canoeing is the most sought-after. The canoeistâs privileged position and the absolute silence, interrupted only by the noise of the paddle strokes, help you to admire what the coastline offers. Rare landscapes, unpolluted marine environments, one marvel after another immersed in the crystalline waters whose colours range from emerald green to cobalt blue, with alongside the deep green of the Mediterranean shrubs (âmacchiaâ) that grow right up to the waterâs edge.


On the Ogliastra coast, in a natural park with a wealth of plateaux and plains, artificial lakes and torrents, forests and bush, beaches, buttes and outcrops lies Cardedu. Founded immediately after a landside partly destroyed Gairo in 1951, the village, which for some time was kept under Gairoâs 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.


Beaches and bays in all their beauty alternate with little caves, impressive rocks and granite shapes eroded over time by wind and sea. You paddle kilometers after kilometers, forgetting the time that passes, accompanied by a continuous show of colours and smells and, when you look up to the majestic high limestone cliffs falling vertically down to the sea, you canât help noticing the calm and undisturbed flight of the griffon vulture. At Cardedu Kayak weâre certain that all this will delight the expert and not-so-expert canoeist.


February to November.


The question is how to get to Sardinia? Based on how much time you have available, you can either fly in or arrive to Sardinia by ferry. Catching a flight to Sardinia is easy in the summer. With the very modern Costa Smeralda airport, placed in the middle of Olbia, on the North-east coast of Sardina, it is so stress-free to hire a car, hop on a train or a coach or simply hire a taxi to bring you to your chosen destination. The Sardinia luxury villas on the North east coast are all in close proximity to Olbia. Easyjet connects Olbia to Berlin, Milan Malpensa, London Gatwick, Lyon, Paris Orly, Basel and additionally Geneva and the budget friendly airline company Jet2.com takes you to Olbia in Sardinia from Leeds and Edinburgh each and every Saturday during the summer. Olbia is connected by flight with all international locations in Western Europe. Simply Google Costa Smeralda airport to find your flight. Provided you have the time - there is no better way to arrive to Sardina than on a ferry-trip across the Mediterranean Sea. The white beaches and the crystal clear turquoise waters encircling Sardinia is an invigorating welcome that switches on you holiday frame of mind from the very first second. You can get to Sardinia by ferry from main land Italy or from Barcelona in Spain, or even from Bonifacio in Corsica. From mainland Italy you can take a boat to Olbia in Sardinia from Civitavecchia, Genoa, Livorno, Napoli and Piombino. You can also arrive to Sardinia from Palermo and Trapani in Sicily - but these particular ferries travel into Cagliari on the South tip of the island. The ferryboat from Barcelona in Spain arrives into Porto Torres on the North-west side of Sardinia. This ferry crossing takes a little more than twelve hours. It departs from Barcelona in the evening and arrives in Sardinia between 10 and 11 the next morning.


There are three airports servicing Sardinia. Olbia in the North East for Porto Cervo and the Emerald coast. Alghero in the North West and Cagliari in the South. To find out about flights from the UK use the Who Flies search facility at the bottom of this page. Ferries operate between mainland Italy ( Naples, Genoa and Civitavecchia near Rome) and Sardinia, with main ports at Cagliari (S), Olbia (NE), Arbatrax (E) and Porto Torres (near Sassari in the NW). There is also a ferry from Marseille. Buses and trains service the main towns and some of the more popular tourist locations. An excellent website offering information on all routes and timetable for buses and trains thoughout Sardinia, is the Sardinia Airport Guide. Its website can be found on our Links page together with other sources of information. Car hire is really essential for those visitors wishing to explore beyond their hotel or resort. The main car hire companies operate there and the roads are very good and relatively quiet outside the main towns. The island is approx 260 km (162 miles) long and 120km (75 miles wide) and therefore most locations can be reached within reasonable driving time.


Sardinia has a very low criminal rate even kidnapping, which targeted wealthy individuals until the mid 1980s, has completely disappeared. Some areas of Sardinia have a longstanding reputation of family feuds apart from the fact that foreigners were almost never involved in such disputes, these belong now mostly to the past. Beware that some urban areas are unsafe. Be wary of game hunters during the September-February period check with locals, hotel employees, & the website of the Sardinian Region for legal hunting dates. Do not hike in the wilderness during these days! There are protected areas but even these are regularly raided by poachers, especially during the night. From April/May to September, fires plague Sardinia as the rest of the Mediterranean area some are spontaneous wildfires, but most are criminal. Observe the usual precautions. Sardinia is generally forbidden to start domestic fires in forests. Check with local authorities Sardinia is an autonomous region & Italian laws might be superseded by local provisions. Sardinia, with its quintessential Mediterranean beauty, is mainly loved for swimming, boating, windsurfing, hiking, climbing, and camping, with coastal areas tending to become over touristed especially in the warmest month, August. The inner life of the island away from the tourist spots takes longer to appreciate and requires you to peel away the layers of apparent Italianization.


Sardinia is one of five locations identified by the editors of InternationalLiving.com in a recent article on the healthiest places on earth to live. Sardinia, an island of 1.3 million people off Italyâs Mediterranean coast, is a Blue Zone. Blue Zones are areas in the world that have been determined by scientists as places where the people live the longest. Sardinia has some of the oldest people on earth, and Sardinian food may be the reason for their health and longevity. The Mediterranean Diet is no doubt good for you, and Sardinians actually live the Mediterranean lifestyle, too. This could be the key to their incredible health and longevity. Sardinian wine, cheese, and bread have something extra going for them. Sardinians produce a number of wines, but a local variety called Cannonau, a dark red wine, contains the worldâs highest levels of antioxidants. Experts have also found that, while the Sardinian diet isnât heavy on fish, which is the usual dietary source of essential Omega-3 fatty acids, Sardinians get heaps of this dietary boon from a local cheese called pecorino sardo, made from the milk of grass-feed sheep. Sardinians also commonly eat simply, homemade breads that contain vitamins and lactic acids that fight harmful bacterial in the digestive tract. Experts suspect that these three pillars of the Sardinian dietâ¦dark red wine, fresh country cheese, and homemade breadâ¦combined with other lifestyle and dietary factors, could be the keys to living a longer, healthier life no matter where you live. âFor 30 years weâve been providing information on places where people can live better for less,â says Jackie Flynn, publisher of InternationalLiving.com. âThere are places on earth where people live simple, healthy lives without the financial and social worries that weigh so heavily on people in modern, industrialized countries. We asked our editors and contributors around the world to come up with their top five, and Sardinia made the cut, as did New Zealand, Panama, Costa Rica, and Ecuador.



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