Residence Baia Salinedda
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... us some peaceful sleep. A sunny dawn but by midday the thunderstorms were threatening so we were lucky to get into port just in time to watch the scorns go by. La Caletta a sleepy old town not much open , but what we are now getting use to for the Italian islands! Lots of potential but nothing ...
... wearing about 20 hats on his head, coconuts, mens shoes. They were no where near as persistent as I remember from Bali back in the 80's though. Hell of a way to make a living, I didn't see any of them make a sale. We had lunch at a lovely little restaurant with a fabulous view of the beach, how could it not be? It was probably only 10 metres from the water!!! From lunch we drove on to explore a little more - headed up ...
... here, but the ones we visited are lovely, in little coves, looking out to islands just off the coast, and being a Sunday and an absolutely perfect day (28 degrees at 11am) lots of boats on the water. Driving from coastal village to coastal village was a lot like the Great Ocean Road. There are gum trees here so that helps with the feel. At one point we both thought that it was just like part of the drive to ...
... so I guess the water must have been leaking into the room below. Thankful that we walked to find the ferry the night before as I don't think we would have found it that easily in the morning. It was down and around a convoluted series of little streets. The ferry, seriously, was bloody enormous. A big square solid block of a thing. I have absolutely no idea how it floats. We drove on and made our way up to the 8th floor - the public ...
Granite rock again with some stunning formations, transparent green and turquoise sea and sheep farming; main source of profit for the region Olbia itself has a Population 54k and is on the Northern coast of Sardinia so decided to go up to Costa Esmeralda, the beaches are prettier than Corsica which was mostly rock, no real beach. Went to Porto Cervo first, very ...