|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
'Le Pavoncelle' is a third floor apartment, Sardinian fashion furnished. It is composed of a living-room with a well equipped kitchen. The large living area has two armchairs and a comfortable sofa, where four people can easily relax. There is a window from where, while having your meals, you can watch at the sea and a large balcony, which faces on the interior courtyard, spacious enough to sit and taste a good tea or a drink. The bathroom with shower is elegant with special Sardinian ceramic tiles. There are 2 bedrooms, one with a queen size double bed, where, through the balcony, you can have a beautiful sea view as soon as you wake up; the second bedroom has two bunk beds. Free wifi internet access is now available for our guests.
appartement tres agreable , rien a reprocher ,le propriétaire tres accueillant et disponible. cet appartement se trouvant a 5 mn à pied du centre ville , place pour mettre une voiture dans le parking sécurisé.
Heureux d'être le premier à laisser une appréciation qui frise l'excellence. Appartement de très bon confort, très proche du centre historique et des commerces et proche des plages, hyper sécurisé tant en ce qui concerne l'appartement lui-même que l'emplacement pour la voiture, très bonne insonorisation, et cerise sur le gâteau petite attention lors de notre arrivée.
Propriétaires très accueillants et très sympathiques. Hautement recommandable
car on se sent comme chez soi
History: Invaded by Catalan colonists in the 14th century, Alghero offers an enticing mix of two nations: delicious Catalan cuisine served in Italian piazzas, impressive monuments erected during Aragonese rule and Italian vineyards such as the prestigious Sella e Mosca (Loc. I Piani di Sotgiu), also a museum. The ruling families even gave Alghero the nickname Barcelonetta, ‘Little Barcelona’, and all the street signs are bilingual. One look at the medieval old town with its mighty stone wall and seven surrounding watchtowers, and you’ll likely be keeping quiet about where you went on your holidays too.The beautiful beach is long and sandy, shaded by pine forests. There are fêtes, carnivals and events through the year, and the locals actually seem pleased to see you.
Seasonal: There are plenty of festivals and events in Alghero, from traditional celebrations of saints such as San Francesco (4 Oct) and patron saint Michele (28-30 Sept) to the Sea Urchin Fair (end of Jan/beginning of Feb) and Alghero Summer Music (classical music concerts; Aug). Easter week is taken very seriously, with torchlight processions and other solemn religious rituals, and so is May’s honouring of the Virgin of Valverde. To hammer home the welcome extended by the town to visitors, there’s even a fair with the sole purpose of honouring its tourists with music, dance and food (Tourists’ Fair, 3 Aug at Fertilia).
Shopping: The old town is the main shopping area for gifts and local produce. Via Carlo Alberto is best for gifts, while via Gilbert Ferret has elegant boutiques. An antiques, arts and crafts market is held in Piazza Civica on the last Saturday of the month. In high season (July and August), a late-night craft market lines the seafront (Lungomare Dante).
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Stay tax||€0 per night, per person. This amount will be due to the owner upon arrival. Does not apply to children under 12 years.|
Mandatory final cleaning fee of 30 € is required cash upon arrival. Refundable breakages deposit of € 100,00 is required on arrival, to be refunded at your departure (subject to satisfactory property inspection). Stay tax will be applied for a maximum of seven nights.