B&B Residenza Eleonora d'Arborea
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Travel Blogs from Castelsardo
... busier in the evening after 8pm when hundreds of people would come out with their families, dogs, bikes.. for dinner and of course gelato.
By the sea, there was a street where lots of vendors would display their food, desserts and crafts, pics ...
... watch the sunsets and the beaches had white sand that was as fine as silt!
But it was an early rise the next morning to head off for some coffee and to see the Old Walled City of Alghero!
Little bit of history, the last colony to have control over Alghero before it was added to the Italian state system was actually Catalunya. So the history of the Aragón and Catalunyan empire still has its effects it the old city where the majority of the ...
... slept in a hotel, and got some time for ourselves. Always look on the bright side of life, they say.
Other than those perturbation, we haven't had. The rest of the days went smoothly.
City of Alghero shone in its natural beauty: The old fortress, which centuries ago protected from invasions, nowadays serves as a local attraction, and is the hub of shopping, eating out and nightlife. Set on the sea, with the ...
... walled city of Alghero: the main centre of the region less than 30 minutes from Porto Torres. As well as checking out Alghero, we want to visit the nearby ‘Grotta di Nettuna’ (Neptune's Caves), and on Tripadvisor have found a highly rated local vineyard doing tours and tastings. We visit the local tourist office and are ‘helped’ by an enthusiastic but rather strange official who tells us we must take the boat to the ...
... up, and a little too much natural flavor (imagine sucking down a few shrimp straight from the bait bucket Forest Gump style).
Next morning took our Panda to the end of the Cape to check out "Netptunes grotto" at the bottom of a massive cliff with a view of the city back to west. after trecking the 650 odd stairs on the side of the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed