Domu'e Luna

Address: Via Gioberti 4, Lunamatrona, Sardinia, 9022, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Gioberti 4, Lunamatrona.
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    Travel Blogs from Lunamatrona

    Stopover in Torre Grande 39°54'.4N 08°31'.0E

    A travel blog entry by karele on Jul 31, 2015

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    ... so we've decided to leave and sailed to Torre Grande. There we stayed on a buoy for the day and the night. The next morning the weather forecast made us move towards the town of Torre Grande. The wind was supposed to be in the North East force 6 and in the end it was all over the place and not strong at all but that was fine. After having to anchor twice because the first time we were too close to the beach (less than 200 meters from it) ...

    Back down to Cagliari

    A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 16, 2015

    ... meatballs , tripe disguised in a tomato sauce and gristle . Some of these entrees were not what I had in mind, especially the tripe and yes they actually eat gristle!! Our mains were better : slow cooked mutton, some veal and the porceddu which was really nice. Desserts aren't really what you come to Sardinia for; a large delicious looking fruit platter which I sent back because that is not what I could have eaten at 9.30 at ...

    Thursday in Cabras

    A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 15, 2015

    Today we got up and decided to just go into a smaller city nearby, Oristano, probably the third largest city here in Sardinia. GPS got us in not too far from the Tourist info centre which was a good start. We walked around the place all morning, very hot ,ended up sitting in tourist centre air con deciding what to do this afternoon! Well naturally we went to the beach to test out the Mediteranean. It was an extremely gusty and wind blown day, everyone at the beach had an ...

    Cabras

    A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 14, 2015

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    ... just a short drive away called Peshiera Pontis. We went along and weren't disappointed. We just happened to rock up at 8 pm when it opened! People were already waiting outside while the waiter/owner finished his smoke. He took our booking down and opened the doors.

    On every booked table sat our starters :a salad of local octopus,mullet, celery and olives in a lemon olive oil. A chilled grilled whole mullet, another platter of cold boned fillets of mullet soused ...

    Exploring Ancient Prehistoric Sardinia

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on May 20, 2015

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    ... of years before us, and hopefully in the millions of years ahead of us.

    We then drove to our hotel in the town of Oristano. It's a lovely little place (a converted 18th Century palace) right on the Piazza Eleanor d'Arborea. We went into a couple of old churches and saw a part of the old walls once surrounding the city. We also saw one of the many towers that used to stand guard. We saw ...