Apartment in a large villa situated opposite the breathtaking Barisardo Beach.
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About Gianni Franceschi
Dear Tenants, I was born in Lanusei Sardinia. At the young age of 18th I came to The Netherlands where since 1976 I'm working for The Dow Chemical Company in Terneuzen. Beside my own job, I began with the renting of vacation homes on the eastern coast of Sardinia; all these units belong to family and good friends of mine. The owner on place, will welcome you with open arms, although, I do have all the responsibility for a smooth and proper running of your vacation and as intermediary between you and the owner of the property. Sincerely, Gianni Franceschi
Gianni Franceschi purchased this Apartment in 2001
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 6
Wir zwei Erwachsene, 2 Kinder waren im Oktober in der Unterkunft. Die Unterkunft ist zwar nicht direkt am Meer, dafür aber abseits vom Trubel. Fußläufig lässt sich aber alles erreichten. Sehr gut ausgestattete Küche, ruhig und eine schöne Terasse. Super fanden wir für den Strand auch die zur Verfügung gestellten Sonnenschirmen,
Schöne helle Wohnung mit großer Terrasse und hübschem Ausblick
Hat uns sehr gut gefallen. Besonders die Terrasse mit Ausblick bis zum Meer ist für einen abendlichen Apperitiv optimal.
Restaurants nicht weit, Strände in der Nähe, parken auf dem Grundstück, bequemer geht es kaum. Einzig ein Mückennetz im Schlafzimmer wäre wünschenswert.
nice appartement with gorgeous view+friendly owne
We arrived at the appartment in mid of may 2015. Everything was as discribed. A very nice and clean appartment with a wide and beautiful view on the sea and mountains. The beach is very nice and pretty much round the corner.
Gianni and Simone who are taking care of the appartment are very friendly and helpful. Simone was talking care of all our needs on site and had a lot of hints on places of interests.
Highly recommended not only because of the appartment and owners but also because of the beautiful Ogliastra area with lots and lots of gorgeous beaches, an amazing landscape and delicious food!
Only 480 meters from the beautiful beaches of "La Torre" and not far from the beach of "Sa Marina" there is a beautiful newly built housing structure. In the structure are placed five apartments of different sizes and number of beds to meet the needs of all our guests.
The structure is in "Torre di Barì" locality, a fraction of Bari Sardo where , thanks to the size of the beaches and pine trees, you can enjoy the sea in peace and at the same time benefit from the numerous facilities for bathing and tourist services available.
A practical, beautiful, panoramic apartment developed on one level on the first floor, fully furnished and finished with care. The accommodation is equipped with a sea view veranda with table and chairs for outdoor, and consists of: a large living room with kitchen and double sofa bed, a spacious double bedroom with sea view balcony, a smaller bedroom and a large bathroom.
Facilities: fully equipped kitchen, crockery, oven, refrigerator with freezer, washing machine, lcd TV with digital decoder, iron, common space for grilling, barbecue, two outdoor showers, chairs from veranda, parking.
Barì is the old name for Bari Sardo. This last name was given around 1840, but even now, for the townsfolk and the inhabitants of Ogliastra, it is known as Barì. Inhabited by around 4,000 people, the town borders Tortolì to the north, Ilbono, Loceri and Lanusei to the west, and Cardedu to the south. With an economy still linked to agriculture and sheep-farming, life in Bari, rich in fascinating, old traditions, is still governed by the rhythm of a not-so-distant past.
Its privileged geographic position in the heart of Ogliastra means that whoever plans a holiday there can easily reach all the principal places of interest within the province itself; Bari Sardo is in fact an ideal starting point for a journey of discovery into the beauty of the nature and culture that Ogliastra is rich in. Its enchanting territory is still largely uncontaminated and, with its nature, coloursand scents so typical of the Mediterranean brush, gives the visitor a chance to experience one of the most fascinating corners of Ogliastra.
The coastline which extends for around 10 kilometres is made up of long, welcoming sandy beaches interrupted only by rocks will satisfy the desires of all sea lovers.
Sardinia is situated in the centre of the east Mediterranean, and is the second-largest Island with a surface area of 24,000 square kilometres, just 12km from Corsica, 120km from Tuscany, and 185km from the coast of North Africa.
It is a very old island, largely mountainous, dominated by plains of granite, shale, trachyte, sandstone, and basalt and limestone “heels”. The peaks are not very high because of erosive processes due to the island’s age. Foremost among the mountain peaks are Gennargentu, located in the centre of the Island standing at a height of 1,834m, Monte Limbara (1,362m) to the north and Monte Rasu, at the end of the so-called “Marghine chain”. The largest plain is the plain of Campidano, of fluvial origin, which stretches from the Gulf of Oristano to the Gulf of Cagliari.
The renowned coastline of Sardinia, at a total length of 1,849 km, alternates between high, rocky cliffs, long, flat stretches, large beaches, sheltered and inviting coves, wide, deep inlets, all with a backdrop of stunning little isles. The climate is generally temperate and mild with a high concentration of rain during the autumn and winter months and some light showers during spring. The island enjoys fresh breezes, particularly from the north-west, fresh and bracing during the winter but helps to make the high temperatures bearable during the summer.
The region has no natural lakes but some mention should be made of Lake Mulargia, Lake Tirso, the two Lakes Coghinas and Flumendosa. Of the rivers, worth noting is the Tirso which runs into the Gulf of Oristano, but there are also smaller rivers such as the Cedrino, the Rio Posada and the Temo, the only navigable river. The principal river on the island is the Flumendosa which springs from the Gennargentu and runs down to the Tyrrhenian Sea.