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Casa Olivia, Cala Gonone - Sardinia

About the accommodation

Large villa in a quiet residential area of Cala Gonone, in absolute tranquility and with wonderful sea views. Lay out on two levels, on the ground floor it consists of a large living area with living room and dining room. The terrace is furnished with table and chairs and offers a wonderful sea view.

Rooms

On this level there is also the well-equipped kitchen, which leads to a terrace, a first double bedroom and a bathroom. Going up the stairs you enter the sleeping area where we find a second double bedroom with ensuite bathroom, two twin bedrooms and a further bathroom.

A perfect stay for those...

Great holidays in Cala Gonone! This house is perfect if you want to spend your holidays in Sardinia with another family or a group of friends,

Equipment of the apartment:

• 4 bedrooms
• 3 bathrooms
• Kitchen
• ...
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Pool: No
Wi-Fi: No
Beach: 2 km.
Village: 1 km.


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Casa Olivia di Cala Gonone

Cala Gonone

The lively seaside resort Cala Gonone is located on the east coast of Sardinia in the stunning bay of Orosei. The coastline is renowned for its numerous intimate, idyllic beaches with white pebbles and crystal clear water.
Ferries depart daily from the marina of Cala Gonone to the caves of Bue Marino, where monk seals have been spotted, and to the many stunning bays of Orosei, most of which are only accessible by boat or on foot. We highly recommend visiting some of Sardinia’s most beautiful bays, such as Cala Goloritzé, Cala Sisine, Cala Luna and Cala Mariolu.
There are numerous spectacular hiking trails near Cala Gonone as well. One of Europe’s largest gorges, Gola di Goroppu, with walls up to 400 metres, and the nuragic village Tiscali are definitely worth a visit. Cala Gonone’s Sea Aquarium can show you all about the life in the Mediterranean sea.
Cala Gonone - Dorgali - Nuoro - Sardinie

Discover the province of Nuoro in east Sardinia

It's like time has stood still in the versatile province of Nuoro, known for its unique coastline and pristine nature. Nuoro is the least densely populated region of the island. Through the years neither the Romans, Carthaginians nor any other foreign conquerors have succeeded in invading the area, because of which it's been able to develop its own culture. Nowadays Nuoro's unique folklore and traditions are still visible during the local festivities.
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Casa Olivia di Cala Gonone
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