Domus Comida 3

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

Gianni Franceschi

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31-622-588222
31-115-441702

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One of Ogliastra fantastic ocean front premier resorts! Breathe taking views of the sunset over the bay and the sunrise over the Ogliastra! Weather permitting there are fantastic views of the moon over the ocean at night and schools of porpoises seem to be to swim by the coast frequently during the day!

The main living area is entirely air conditioned with floor to ceiling sliding glass doors that can be completely opened to the rejuvenating tropical sea breezes and ocean views. All two beautifully decorated bedrooms offer en suite baths, hair dryers with king beds.

This oceanfront apartment has a comfortable living area with flat screen satellite TV, Wi-Fi, a fully equipped kitchen with state of the art equipment. A sheltered parking is on the top and a garage on the underneath of the property.

Domus Comida 3 vacation rental is great for family reunion, corporate outings, wedding receptions and multi family vacations.

Rates are the same regardless of season, so first come first serve. Domus Comida 3 vacation rental rates $700 per week.

Domus Comida 3 is an amazing paradise for the entire family to enjoy!


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Payment Terms: Within 7 days after receiving our confirmation on your booking request you've 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

Barbecue
  • BBQ
Bathroom
  • Shower
  • Hair Dryer
  • Toilet
  • Bidet
Bedding
  • Bunk Bed
  • Double Bed
  • Child Size Bed
Boating
  • Pier
  • Marina
  • Boats Available
  • Boat Dock
  • Boat Launch
Child Friendly
  • Child Friendly
Cooling Comfort
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Central Heating
Dining Room
  • Dining Table Seats
  • Dining Table
Entertainment
  • Satellite TV
  • Radio
General
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Linens Included
  • Towels Provided
Kitchen
  • Gas Stove
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Utensils
  • Pots and Pans
  • Stove
  • Oven
  • Coffee Maker
  • Refrigerator
  • Freezer
Laundry
  • Washing Machine
Layout and Decor
  • Skylight
Outside Living
  • Balcony
  • Terrace
  • Garden Chairs
Parking
  • Parking Available
Transportation
  • Car Recommended
Nearby Activities
  • Biking
  • Boating
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Horseback riding
  • Mountain Biking
  • Paddle Boats
  • Rock Climbing
  • Sailing
  • SCUBA
  • Sightseeing
  • Sightseeing Cruises
  • Snorkeling
  • Swimming
  • Walking Tours
  • Water Skiing
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Windsurfing
  • Wine Tasting
  • Cycling
  • Surfing
  • Beachcombing
  • Spelunking
Nearby Attractions
  • Oceanfront
  • Beachfront
  • Near Beach
  • On Marina
  • Safe Swimming Beach
  • Near Town
  • Near Shopping
  • Near Restaurants
  • Mountain View
  • Scenic Drives

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From the modern port of Santa Maria Navarrese, there are a variety of boat excursions along the coast,

Domus Comida, lain circa 420 mt from the beaches of Navarra..

Living

Living

Kitchen.

Master bedroom.

Master bedroom.

Bedroom Kids

Bathroom.

Bathroom.

Stairs to the upper apartment.

Domus Comida, lain circa 300mt from the port of Santa Maria Navarrese

The beach of Santa Maria Navarrese is located in the centre of the village.

From the port .. visiting the extraordinary coves of Cala Goloritze, Cala Mariolu, Spiaggia dei Gabbiani, Cala Biriola, Cala Sisine and Cala Luna.

Santa Maria Navarrese, a small tourist town on the coast, a hamlet of Baunei.

Santa Maria Navarrese, a small tourist town on the coast, a hamlet of Baunei.

It is an enchanting bay sheltered from the wind by some red porphyry rocks.

Sa Perda Longa in Santa Maria Navarrese.

a lovely beach in the nearby of Santa Maria Navarrese.

The well known tourist location is named after the church built in 1052 by the princess of Navarra.


Additional Rate Information


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


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Santa Maria Navarrese is a part of Baunei, it is in the eastern coast of the island, only 10 minutes away from the airport of Tortolì- Arbatax. 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.

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Almost an island on the Island, the Ogliastra regions offers visitors incomparable mountain and marine landscapes. From the sheer overhangs of the Gennargentu mountains to the white and inaccessible beaches along its coasts, you can get a glimpse of wild and uncontaminated Sardinia; currently the object of international research. The Ogliastrina cuisine is amongst the most genuine and authentic on the Island. Its preparation is simple and modest ingredients are used to bring out its dishes\' flavours. Let\'s begin with its hams and sausages in general, excellent appetisers, smoked using wood from the fragrant bushes of the surrounding area. Not to be forgotten is the variety of cheeses including goat cheese, salted ricotta and the characteristic casu axedu (sour cheese) made from sour curdled milk and to be tasted with honey. Another typical cheese is casu e fitta (cured sheep cheese) that is eaten with wild fennel and river-mint seasoned soup. We continue with perhaps the most well-known dish in Ogliastra: âculurgiones\" (small pasta sacks) filled with potatoes, garlic or onion, and cheese and flavoured with mint. âCoccois prenas\" (flat bread) stuffed with the culurgiones filling or with vegetables is also very good. Also to be remembered are the roasted meats, goat meat in particular, as well as other gastronomical curiosities like roasted lamb or goat innards. Amongst the characteristic bread varieties to be noted are pistoccu and âmoddixina\" (soft). Given the abundance of cheese, scrumptious pardulas must be tasted and don\'t forget to try âpanixeddas\", sweet flat bread made with Marsala. When one thinks of the Ogliastra region, its red wine of excellence, worthy accompaniment to this area\'s strong flavoured cuisine, Cannonau naturally comes to mind.

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Its varying scenery and colours makes Baunei one of the most interesting territories not only in the Ogliastra region, but also on the entire island. Its multi-shaped environment spreads over two of the most important natural monuments in Sardinia: the Supramonte and the Gennargentu. Baunei boasts spectacular panoramas and lush, colourful forests enriched by fauna e flora. It\'s the largest territory in Ogliastra and extends to the sea, offering the visitor its natural beauties such as the Cala Goloritzè to the Cala Luna coastline; ripped stacks overlooking the sea like Punta Pedra Longa otherwise known as \"Agugliastra\" and the nearby seaside village of Santa Maria Navarrese. We highly recommend visiting its most significant monument, the Torre dei Saraceni, which majestically rises on the beach. It has the shape of a truncated cone and was built to thwart off the pirates\' raids, sometime towards the end of the 1800\'s, on the ruins of an earlier outpost from the 1600\'s. The homonymous medieval chiesa and an antique well close to the tower are also worth seeing. |interruzione di pagina It\'s distinguished for the richness of its historical evidence even from an archaeological point of view, famous for the pre-historic betilius of Golgo, unique in its kind because of its human-like sculpted face. Unfortunately, the nuraghic complexes of Co \'e Serra and Orgoduri are in quite a state of decay. Noteworthy are the Tombe dei Giganti of Santu Pedru and Annida, the great monument of Doladorgiu and the Nuraghe Nuragheddu and Alvu. One of the most interesting sites is the Medieval church of S. Pietro in Golgo, close to the town and built in the XVIII Century. It is surrounded by characteristic \"cumbessias\" where the festivities of the 29th of June are celebrated. For passionate speleologists, this territory offers numerous points of interest, the most important being the Su Sterru pothole located in Golgo. It is the deepest in all of Europe and a frequent destination point for many excursionists. Situated on the slopes of Mount Santo, the town of Baunei has a charming, panoramic position that dominates the entire area. On its main street, a XVII Century parish dedicated to St. Nicholas appears with its unique dome, painted by Andrea Lusso in 1700-Century style. December 6th the patron St. Nicholas is celebrated and sometime in the middle of August, a fest celebrating goats is held. The municipality organises various events throughout the year, mostly during the summer, including: evenings of folklore, music and dance where the protagonists are the beautiful costumes enriched by precious materials.

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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.

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February to November.

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Flights to Sardinia 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! Are you looking for a car rental for your business trip or holiday in Sardinia? Sardinia offers a number of opportunities for car rentals at unbeatable rates. Renting a car is definitely the easiest and best way to visit Sardinia, as you will be able to move around in total freedom and discover the island\'s remote and breathtaking corners. Choose to rent a car in the airports of Alghero â Fertilia, Cagliari â Elmas, Olbia â Costa Smeralda. Otherwise rent a car in the city centres of Olbia, Porto Torres, Sassari or Tortolì.

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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. Keeping this distinctiveness in mind, Sardinia becomes a paradise for aquatic sports lovers, above all for sailing and surfing. Sailing has awakened the dream of freedom in us all and includes safe snorkeling, fishing where allowed, boat-to-land excursions, sun-tanning, sailing and local cuisine on board; discovering charming coastlines and crystal-clear waters of a million colors, all while on board comfortable sailboats that can be rented for a day or for mini week-long cruises. Embarkation usually takes place at the porti turistici (tourist harbors) and the porticcioli principali (main harbors). The colors of the sea and the rock-formations are breathtaking. If that\'s still not enough, special group itineraries can be organized including deep-sea diving, special menus, photographic shoots, videos, on board parties and night-time sailing. Sardinia\'s wind is renowned among expert surfers but it\'s also interesting for those who want to try this exciting sport for the first time.

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Health Care Information 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.

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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. The Nuorese and Barbagia regions are considered to preserve the most authentic and purest Sardinian cuisine, just like the people that live here. Due to its essentially mountainous geographic position, this area has undergone very few substantial external influences and for this reason eating in the province of Nuoro is like travelling back in time. The cuisine in this part of Sardinia is based on the agricultural-shepherding traditions and on meat dishes such as skewered âporchetto\" (pork), still prepared using traditional methods; it\'s cooked in a hole covered by a layer of earth on which a fire is lit using aromatic wood. The same aromatic bushes are also used to smoke exquisite hams and sausages. Alternatively you can try sheep âa cappottu\" (boiled) and seasoned with potatoes, carrots and onions. Among the first courses âculurzones\" (small pasta sacks) filled with ricotta cheese and potatoes or soups with âfilindeu\" (pasta), fresh acidulous cheese and local crispy bread. As for the choice of cheeses, a numerous variety of sheep cheese enriches this menu. Not to be forgotten are the coastal areas including Bosa, with its excellent fish dishes, also part of this region. Here you will find âs\'azada\" (dogfish) and lobster. Its desserts are uniquely and finely decorated and include âtiliccas de saba e meli\", pastry twists filled with Marsala and honey or âcaschettas\", twists of fine, delicate pastry filled with hazelnut paste made from nuts grown the Barbaricine mountains. A unique tasting rarity is âsa pompia\", an orange-grapefruit hybrid that only grows in the eastern coastal region of the Nuorese, boiled and caramelised with strawberry tree honey. An ideal accompaniment to the traditional Nuorese/Barbaricino menu is a bottle of Cannonau; or on the other hand, try Passito or Vernaccia with dessert.

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