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

Gianni Franceschi

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This beautiful Domus Vacca is located inside the premises of the Loceri.  Come and stay in the best luxury residential resort of Loceri! Our apartment has just been completely renovated and comfortably decorated.

The master bedroom has a king sized bed and full exclusive bath. The amenable living room area has a full sofa bed and full personal bath. Two large tiled balconies off the living and master room provides sights of the hotel, golf club and beach. 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.

This is the perfect home for your mountain vacation! This exceptionally located home attributes hardwood floors, large stone hearth, full kitchen, dining for 16, wireless internet, washer and dryer.

The property is located on Loceri it is a great location with easy access to walk to the mountain, shopping, hiking and all the events Aspen offers.

Domus Vacca vacation rental rates $300 per week. Rates are subject to change without notice.

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay in this exceptional Loceri home!


Payment Terms: Within 7 days after our confirmation on Receiving 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 interest payable. If canceling less than the above term is 50% of the total interest payable.

Regarding a withdrawel 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), All which can be sent to us for Further verification.

Amenities & Activities

  • BBQ
  • Shower
  • Hair Dryer
  • Toilet
  • Bidet
  • Twin Bed
  • Double Bed
  • Child Size Bed
  • Marina
Child Friendly
  • Child Friendly
Cooling Comfort
  • Central Heating
Dining Room
  • Dining Table Seats
  • Formal Dining Room
  • Dining Table
  • child Highchair
Disability Access Features
  • Disability Access
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Single Level - No Stairs
  • Satellite TV
  • Radio
  • Wood Burning Fireplace
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Linens Included
  • Towels Provided
  • Suitable for elderly or infirm
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Dishwasher
  • Utensils
  • Pots and Pans
  • Oven
  • Coffee Maker
  • Refrigerator
  • Freezer
  • Toaster
  • Iron and Baord
  • Grill
  • Washing Machine
Outside Living
  • Backyard
  • Lanai
  • Porch
  • Fenced Yard
  • Terrace
  • Outdoor Fireplace
  • Outdoor Shower
  • Garden
  • Parking Available
  • Car Recommended
Nearby Activities
  • Biking
  • Fishing
  • Horseback riding
  • Mountain Biking
  • Paddle Boats
  • Rock Climbing
  • Sailing
  • Sightseeing
  • Sightseeing Cruises
  • Snorkeling
  • Swimming
  • Walking Tours
  • Wine Tasting
  • Mountaineering
  • Beachcombing
  • Spelunking
Nearby Attractions
  • Near Town
  • Near Shopping
  • Near Restaurants
  • Mountain View

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Villa Vacca; in which I rent a lovely apartment, lain on the base ground of this unit.




Master bedroom.

Bedroom Kids




Fire place



Lido di Cea, a sandy beach lain at 14 km from your place.

Museddu Beach, in the nearby of Cardedu.

everywhere are traces of human settlements dated from the Neolithic Age..

The climate allows to have a very long summer season, from March to November

Additional Rate Information

The weekly marked rate is meant for two persons. Each Additional person has to pay an extra charge of € 25 per week. Up to a maximum of five people.

End Cleaning Fee. €50.


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Location Information


Stretches of water In Sardinia, the lagoons and lakes water surfaces depict very picturesque landscapes, thanks to the extraordinary wealth of their ecosystems. Many of the coastal lagoons are classified by the International Convention of Ramsar as natural sites to be protected. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crystalline expanses Blue, sea blue, turquoise, green and even gold. Hot if rippled by the Ponente wind, cold if the Mistral is at work, warm if the sirocco swirls. The sea of Sardinia, with its clean, crystalline waters, is a much sought after Mecca.


The beach is indispensable for the biodiversity. The beach is a coastal deposit of sand, gravel and pebbles. It is both sea and earth. It\'s profile continuously changes over time by the incessant forces of the wind, waves and rivers. It is fed by earth and marine deposits that are transported and transformed from the energy of the sea and is unique in nature for its colour, forms and sounds, generated by the wind and the waves. The sand, the gravel and pebbles belong to the beach. - Keep the beach clean and take rubbish away when you leave. - If you smoke, take away cigarette butts. Don\'t leave them. - Choose a sun cream that is resistant to water: one drop of sun oil can contaminate a bath full of water. - Shake out beach towels, rinse equipment and clean feet and shoes from sand before you leave the beach. - Don\'t take home sand, rocks, gravel or pebble which help to prevent erosion.


The mountains of Sardinia The hinterland of Sardinia offers a variety of reasons for a visit: at different heights, numerous towns have scenic views of the rugged mountain environment, that represent some extremely attractive naturalistic and cultural worlds. Eden on hight The Sardinian territory is made up of a great variety of landscapes, animal and plant species and geological formations that make it unique, under preservation all around the island in a large number of protected areas and parks.


Cala Goloritzé is accessible only by sea: the ideal destination for those who love boating holidays or those who wish go on excursions onboard boats departing from Calagonone and Santa Maria Navarrese. It is also possible to reach the bay along a hiking trail over the Supramonte of Baunei: it takes around an hour to descend (an hour and half to climb back up), it is simple enough and suitable for anyone used to a bit of walking. A pearl in the Mediterranean Sea Long uninhabited, despite its ancient geological origin, Sardinia has preserved its own freshness, capturing the gaze and admiration of many who, in the flow of centuries, irresistibly attracted by the geographical position, the heart of the western Mediterranean, have made it the object of the most different designs: the Phoenicians followed by Carthaginians, the Romans afterwards, the Byzantines, the Spanish and the Piemontese.


February to November


If you have the time - there is no more desirable way to arrive to Sardina than on a boat across the Mediterranean Sea. The white beautiful beaches and the crystal clear turquoise waters surrounding Sardinia is an encouraging greeting that switches on you holiday mood from the first second. You can reach Sardinia by ferry from main land Italy or from Barcelona in Spain, or even from Bonifacio in Corsica. From mainland Italy you can sail to Olbia in Sardinia from Civitavecchia, Genoa, Livorno, Napoli and Piombino. You can in addition arrive to Sardinia from Palermo and Trapani in Sicily - but these particular ferries sail into Cagliari on the South end 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 12 hours. It departs from Barcelona in the evening hours and arrives in Sardinia between 10 and 11 the next morning.


Sardinia is not just about stunning beaches, it is also about uncontaminated natural areas, open spaces, endless opportunities for walking, trekking, cycling, climbing and other outdoor activities, a mild winter climate, unique cultural festivals, home-style cooking, good wines and warm hospitality. So, if you come to visit this great Island but donât make an effort to get around and experience a little more of what there is on offer than just the town where you arrived (or the beaches up the road) then we think you are missing out on something worthwhile.


The dunes are in danger Dunes are accumulated sand, constructed and shaped by the wind. They are an integral part of a balanced ecosystem, with the beach and with the wetlands. They form a natural container for the beach and a physical barrier that protects the lagoons and ponds. Together they constitute a unique system that is extremely fragile, that has importance to the environment, nature and landscapes of the Sardinian coast. Their stability depends on multiple natural factors, however human activities and uses can irreparably unbalance this equilibrium. - Do not drive on the dunes with cars or other motorised vehicles. - Do not walk on the dunes, but to the use the designated paths where present, and existing trails when not. - Do not damage the vegetation, the juniper and other plants, which hold the sand and protect the beach from the force of the wind and the sea.


A priceless heritage \"A situation teeming with complexitiesâ, this is the way the anthropologist Alberto Maria Cirese has defined heritage in Sardinia. And he has hit the mark indeed. A popular culture which finds expression in two periods of time: one that goes from prehistory to the present, and one that flows fast under our very eyes, inevitably transforming the past. The beaches of Sardinia, running after one another in the almost 2000 kilometres of coast, sometime interrupted by rocky formations and port constructions, frame real paradise-like corners. They are places of incredible enchantment and captivating views of kaleidoscopian beauty. On the eastern side as on the western one, to the north as to the south, Sardinian coasts make a charming sequence of pastel blue waters alternating with the emerald sea, while candid shores give way to stretches of golden sand or to cliffs carved by time. The beaches of Sardinia may appear savage at times, and at times mundane, but nonetheless they create a special frame for a holiday in the island, a mosaic full of colours and unforgettable shades.



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