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

Gianni Franceschi

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Domus Comida is a place where time seems to slow down. Elegant and inviting, this beautiful exemplifies hacienda style charm.

This is an impeccably decorated apartment offering plush comfort in abundance. Marble floors, stone columns, rich wood furnishing and artistic touches create e of easy luxury.

This well embellished apartment has a well equipped kitchen, a beautiful fireplace, a large living room and a spacious fenced garden and terraces. All beds are set with lovely French linen and end-cleaning is included. Wi-Fi high speed accessibility is available free of charge. Get pleasure from cooking in the fully equipped kitchen.

Excellent restaurants are in the village, within walking distance. And several cheaper places in the area, including nightlife, shopping, golf courses, restaurant and a host of other attractions. Fire pits in the courtyard for relaxing evenings outdoors. Single car garage parking space is integrated.

Rates vary based upon the season and special rates apply for holidays and special dates.

If relaxation is on your vacation agenda, Domus Comida offers a perfectly stylish setting for a carefree retreat.


Payment Terms:

  • The apartment is meant for four persons, two bedrooms are available. Though a fifth person will come with, this one could sleep in the sofa-bed in the living room. An additional fifth person is welcome but has to pay an amount of €50 per week.

    As endcleaning fee you' ve to pay an extra charge of €50.
    Energycosts and air conditioning are included.
    Kitchen, Bath, Bed linen are included.
    No taxes.
    Own parking.
  • 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 9 months to three weeks time before arrival; 30% of the total rent payable.  If canceled less than the above term is 50% of the total rent payable.

    Regarding a withdrawal of your booking in case of serious illness, we can make an agreement that 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
    • Toilet
    • Bidet
    • Twin Futon
    • Bunk Bed
    • Double Bed
    • Child Size Bed
    • Sofa Sleeper
    • Marina
    Child Friendly
    • Child Friendly
    Cooling Comfort
    • Air Conditioning
    • Central Heating
    Dining Room
    • Dining Table Seats
    • Dining Table
    • Satellite TV
    • Radio
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Linens Included
    • Towels Provided
    • Gas Stove
    • Fully Equipped Kitchen
    • Microwave
    • Utensils
    • Pots and Pans
    • Oven
    • Coffee Maker
    • Refrigerator
    • Freezer
    • Spices
    • Iron and Board
    • Washing Machine
    Outside Living
    • Balcony
    • Terrace
    • Garden
    • Parking Available
    • Car Recommended
    Nearby Activities
    • Biking
    • Deep Sea Fishing
    • Fishing
    • Hiking
    • Horseback riding
    • Jet Skiing
    • Mountain Biking
    • Paddle Boats
    • Rock Climbing
    • Sailboarding
    • Sailing
    • SCUBA
    • Sightseeing
    • Sightseeing Cruises
    • Snorkeling
    • Swimming
    • Walking Tours
    • Water Skiing
    • Wildlife Viewing
    • Windsurfing
    • Wine Tasting
    Nearby Attractions
    • Waterfront
    • Oceanfront
    • Beachfront
    • On Marina
    • Near Town
    • Near Shopping
    • Near Restaurants

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    Quiet and sunny position, located at 450 meters from the beaches and the small touristic port.


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    Sa Isola de Ogliastra.

    Are there uncontaminated beaches in the Mediterranean Sea? Are there dream places even far from Caraibi? Of course! You can find them in Ogliastra !!!

    Additional Rate Information

    The apartment was meant for four persons, two bedrooms are available. Though a fifth person will come with, this one could sleep in the sofa-bed in the living room. An Additional fifth person is welcome but has to pay a rate of € 50 per week.

    As endcleaning fee you have to pay an extra charge of € 50. Energy Costs and air conditioning are included. Kitchen, Bath, bed linen are included. No taxes. Own parking.

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    Location Information


    Thanks to different kinds of boat services one can visit the unique coastline of the Mediterranean; 45 km of wild cliffs interrupted here and there by the dazzling white coves which in turn look on to an uncontaminated blue-green sea. Or choose from one of the many excursions which leave Santa Maria Navarrese to the mountain town of Baunei to visit a rich territory full of nature trails and history whilst admiring numerous traces left by man and his accordance with nature along the way.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. Some people think that the name Ogliastra derives from the wild olive trees growing in great numbers in the region, but more credited sources link it to the Agugliastra, a huge monolith overlooking the sea. Santa Maria Navarrese, a small tourist town on the coast, a hamlet of Baunei, a few kilometres from Tortolì-Arbatax. Renowned for its promenade along the beach La Centrale, characterized by the Saracen tower. Another natural attraction in the town centre is âGli olivastriâ (the olive groves), considered a natural monument. Also worth visiting are the beautiful beaches of Cala Goloritzè, Cala Mariolu, Cala Sisine and Cala Luna, which can be reached on foot or by boats that sail daily. Distance; to be found by following the SS125 motorway, around two hoursâ drive from Cagliari and Olbia. Around 10 minutesâ drive from the port of Arbatax. Services, in the centre you can find services such as chemist, cash machine, tourist office, police station, market, bars, restaurants, pizzerias, piano bar. Also bicycle, scooter and car hire, boat hire, tourist port, diving school, sea and land excursions, horse riding school, umbrella and deck chair hire, campsite.


    Santa Maria Navarrese, a small tourist town on the coast, a hamlet of Baunei, a few kilometres from Tortolì-Arbatax. Renowned for its promenade along the beach La Centrale, characterized by the Saracen tower. Another natural attraction in the town centre is âGli olivastriâ (the olive groves), considered a natural monument. Also worth visiting are the beautiful beaches of Cala Goloritzè, Cala Mariolu, Cala Sisine and Cala Luna, which can be reached on foot or by boats that sail daily. The Golgo tableland is a more or less level, vast extension located approximately 400 metres above sea level that is bordered by dolomitic ridges and crossed by streams and waterways and narrow gorges (passes) that lead to the sea (an example is Codula di Sisine), which give rise to numerous small beaches of incomparable beauty and unique in the world.


    Defined as the most wildest trek in Italy, âSelvaggio Bluâ probably is also the most original and beautiful one. The valleys from the inland open their way to the sea shaping beautiful coves where you will be able to refresh almost every day. This trek that goes from the town of Santa Maria Navarrese to the beach of Cala Luna, follows from south to north, the coastline of one of the most beautiful gulfs of the Mediterranean sea: the Orosei Gulf. The panoramas and sceneries offered can not be found in other places in Sardinia. The terrain is rocky and uneven and in some places where rocks close the way, easy climbs and rappels will be necessary. Persons with long experience in journeys, alpine expeditions and explorations in the world, always said that this trek is surprisingly fascinating and unique, and also for the ânormalâ excursionist this itinerary always overcomes the expectations regarding the beauty.


    Santa Maria Navarrese is a part of Baunei, it is in the eastern coast of the island. The well known tourist location is named after the church built in 1052 by the princess of Navarra, daughter of King Garcia Sanchez V, as a thankyou to the Virgin Mary for having saved her in a shipwreck in the vicinities of âMonti Insaniâ the current Monte Santo (Holy Mountain). Near the church there are some beautiful secular olive trees, an ancient well and a Spanish tower (built between 1785 and 1790) guarding the bay and its beaches. The beach of Santa Maria Navarrese is located in the centre of the village, it\'s an enchanting bay sheltered from the wind by some red porphyry rocks. The entire surrounding area is full of traces that witness an intense presence of the ancient Nuraghi civilisation: there are the giants\' tombs of âSantu Pedruâ and âAnnidaâ, âthe Nuraghi Loppellaiâ, âthe fortresses of \" Doladorgiuâ, âNuragheddu, Turruâ and âOrgoduri, Alvu, Co\' e Serraâ, that also preserve the remains of the village huts and ancient megalithic burial grounds. From the modern port of Santa Maria Navarrese, inaugurated in 1998, there are a variety of boat excursions along the coast, visiting the extraordinary coves of Cala Goloritzè, Cala Mariolu, Spiaggia dei Gabbiani, Cala Biriola, Cala Sisine and Cala Luna.


    February to November.


    Sardegna.com offers a complete list of flights to and from Sardinia,with each route showing the air carrier of the flight/connection. Simply click on the map below to see all scheduled and charter flights to Sardiniaâs main airports. Olbia-Costa Smeralda and Alghero-Fertilia airports for the north of Sardinia, Tortolì â Arbatax airport for the centre, Cagliari-Elmas airport for southern Sardinia. Choose your destination, find the nearest airport to your city and book a flight to Sardinia! Cagliari Elmas airport is Sardiniaâs main airport and it offers a number of national and international destinations, particularly to Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Uk, the Czech Republic, Spain, Israel, Luxemburg, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland. Tourism in Sardinia is a fairly new phenomenon and up until just recently, staying in modest inns or private dwellings, especially outside of the main urban centres or a few well-known seaside destinations, was inevitable. Today the standard quality of Sardinian hospitality is no way inferior to that of other Italian tourism regions (thanks also to important events like the foundation of the Sardinian Organisation of Tourism in 1952 and beginning in the 60\'s and 70\'s, the creation of regional laws proposing incentives that have been taken advantage of up until recently, by both private individuals and important financial groups).


    Good hospitality is offered almost everywhere; not only in the coastal areas but also in the interior regions and luxurious facilities can be found even in areas once used for agriculture or shepherding, like Fonni and Oliena. There is a wide choice of accommodation typologies ranging from Hotels and Apartment Hotels to cheaper solutions as Bed and Breakfast and Agritourism. If you are planning to spend a nature holiday, amidst Mediterranean scrub and beautiful sceneries, then Camping is what you are looking for. Sardinia offers different types of accommodation besides hotels and Holiday Village; for instance you can opt for Holiday Rentals, which can also have a swimming pool or can be within walking distance from the beach. For those tourists with a particular fondness of the seaside, the differences between the various coastal regions can immediately be noted. The Costa Smeralda and the well-known tourist destinations in the area of Olbia (2 above all: Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo) are unquestionably the highlight of a cosmopolitan, elite and certainly consolidated tourism in Sardinia, although often times object of criticism for their âexclusiveness\". On the other hand, areas in the region of Santa Margherita di Pula, Porto Conte, Baia Sardinia and Villasimius are chosen mostly by travel agency tourism. Finally, areas such as Alghero, Santa Teresa di Gallura, La Maddalena, San Teodoro, Cala Gonone, Golfo Aranci and Muravera are places for the more traditional, affordable type of tourism in Sardinia. In addition to these prominent renowned destinations, there are other less-known locations along the coasts where good, affordable accommodations (above all farm holidays, Bed and Breakfasts and widespread hotels) can still be found. Former days, when a hotel\'s lack of professionalism was compensated by the natural surrounding beauties and warmth of the Island\'s people, are long gone, even in the lesser-known locations. Despite the growing diffusion of tourism in Sardinia, this natural environment has maintained its wholesome qualities, allowing the tourist to fully enjoy them.


    The weather in Sardinia is typically Mediterranean. During the cold season, prevalently mild, humid mistral winds from the northwest blow while in spring and summer, the winds from Africa are traditionally hot and dry. The north-western region is rainy while the climate in the south is much dryer. The temperatures are mild with an annual average varying between +14°C to +20°C ; there are noticeable increases in the summer with an average of +30°C to +35°C, occasionally reaching +40°C. The winter temperatures on average vary between +9°C and +10°C in the coastal regions and can be as low as 0°C in the highlands of the Gennargentu mountain range. November and December are the rainy season while the driest months are July and August; it rains irregularly throughout the rest of the year. On the whole, general precipitation is not low and is between 500/600 mm a year in the flatlands, up to 700/800 mm in the interior hills and above 900 m, it reaches 1000 mm. In higher altitudes, especially on the higher parts of the Gennargentu mountain range over 1500 m, precipitation is in the form of snow that lasts for several months of the year. Medication Foreigners must ensure that any special medication taken is authorised in Italy and you should also bring its prescription or a letter from your physician. It would also be a good idea to find out from your physician what alternatives can be purchased and taken without a prescription. Access to Health Care In the case of an accident or unexpected sickness during a trip to a EEC country, EEC citizens can benefit from free or low cost health care and first aid. It\'s a good idea to have Form E 111 on hand, indicating your entitlement to health care. You can obtain a copy of this form at your local government health care office before departure. Only health care and first aid subsidised by your native country\'s health care system are covered. In some countries the treatment is free, in others partially free while in others again, the health care costs must be entirely paid for. Requests for their reimbursement are made at a later time. It\'s a good idea to keep all invoices and prescriptions. Travel insurance It\'s a good idea to have travel insurance. Regardless of the existing bilateral health care agreements, only a few EEC member countries entirely cover health care costs. An illness or accident abroad can bring about unexpected costly trip, hotel and travel expenses, a good reason to be insured. Vaccinations There are currently no vaccinations required by any of the 25 EEC member countries, however some immunizations are required or recommended for a few overseas countries. Always ask your physician before departing for these destinations.


    Sardinia; true and genuine land. Let yourself go; be delighted by the limpid colours of its skies and beaches, its rough vegetationâs stimulating scents; taste and discover its millennial culture. Sardinian 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, itâs not easy finding fast food restaurants where you can âeat and runâ. 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 people. If you have never tasted the liqueur made of myrtle, nor smelled the honey-perfumed seadasâ or the fragrance of pane carasau, then you are ready for this journey. Sardinia will enchant you with its many treasures throughout the entire year. Sardinia is proud to be one of the western-Mediterranean areas that, throughout time, has jealously protected and maintained its way of life and its mentality. Even tourists can testify and directly observe the authentic group of cultural traits that make Sardinia very unique. The strong feelings of individuality and uniqueness that one inevitably senses are even more noticeable in the folklore and local traditions that are faithfully repeated in the most fascinating manner.



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