Castelsardo Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Direct sea view, 6 persons, terrace solarium,air conditioning
The 3-room apartment of 55 sqm: living / dining room with direct sea view, TV, sofa bed for 2 persons, kitchen with oven, fridge and freezer, dining table, 1 double bedroom with direct sea view , 1 double bedroom with 1 bunk bed. Bathroom with window, shower, bidet, WC. Washing machine.Air conditioning From the living room you have direct access to the beautiful private terrace (50 sqm) with table, 6 chairs and a parasol. From the terrace you can enjoy a beautiful view of the gulf of Asinara.
• deposit in cash € 250.00 payable upon arrival, it consists of € 200.00 for any damage to the property and 50.00 € for the customer's obligations to make the separate rubbisch collection. At the end of the stay will be returned as follows:
€ 200.00 in the case of lack of damage
€ 50.00 if the recycling has been done
If the separated collection has not been made, we will only return € 200.00 and we will keep euro 50.00 for the sorting at our expense
Prices include all utilities
End cleaning: pay € 50,00 to place
Bed linen and towels € 11,00 per person per week.
Beach towels are not available
The apartment is located directly opposite the sea and only 30 meters from the beach of Lu Bagnu. The stairs to the beach are the main entrance of the building, which is about 30 meters from the apartment. Opportunity to make day trips to the most beautiful beaches of Sardinia, as Stintino and Santa Teresa di Gallura, La Maddalena, Asinara, Alghero and Capo Caccia to do. Public parking, supermarket, restaurant, bar, bus stop nearby.
Lunissanti - Holy Week in Castelsardo 2 to 6 April 2012
On Monday of Holy Week, the country of Castelsardo plays a spectacular procession of Lunissanti. In the streets of the center, lit by torches, they move the hooded figures of the tradition while ringing notes of the three choirs de Stabat Lu, Lu and Lu Jesu Miserere. The songs are very old, probably prior to the Catalans, and were passed down orally until today. The procession ends in front of the church of Santa Maria, where the mysteries are exposed to the veneration of the faithful crowd.
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Long-term Renters Welcome