Mariano IV palace hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Aujourd'hui nous sommes à Torre Grande toujours sur la côte ouest de la Sardaigne. Hier on a quitté Porto Conte, la mer était pas super, le vent force 6 et les 6 heures de navigation étaient plutôt mouvementées... On a été au mouillage et le matin la houle nous faisait bouger dans tous les sens alors on est partis. J'ai fait les 2h30 de navigation jusqu'à Torre Grande et on est sur un ...
... place for dinner. We wanted to try porceddu which is suckling pig spit-roasted over a bed of glowing embers. He told us of a restaurant in the city called Su Cumbidu. We drove into the city again and managed to get a park with a bit of walking to do. We put our selves in the hands of the waiter and ended up with dishes that were all cultural : a bowl of local olives, a salad of eggplant,cabbage,carrot mushrooms, some sheep ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
Left our lovely space behind today to head off to Alghero, a medium sized town on the top of the west coast of Sardinia. With a few sights to see along the rusty coloured landscape our first stop was Las Plassas where the ancient ruins of Marmilla castle is situated on top of an extinct volcano. Well we would have liked to walk up but a sign prohibited us in Sardinian, so we thought we better not or we'd get a ...