Hotel Le Sabbie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Calasetta
... du temps. On Monday morning we have left Porto Pino to go East and ended up in Malfatano. Once again we realise how more popular the South East of Sardinia is compared with the West coast. Indeed, there are another 12 boats in the anchorage. We didn't do anything special whilst we were in Malfatano as it was very windy and we spent most of our time working on board. J has tried to find out the problem we have with the rudder and it looks like we need a new ...
... along the bay and the beach was covered with people. We have been in Sardinia for over a month now and we had never never seen so many people and we were not the only ones on the anchor, it was a real shock! The next morning we went to the other side of the bay as the wind had changed direction during the night and spent a lovely relaxing ...
... et le matin on s'est levés tôt pour aller en haut de la montagne qui se trouve à côté du mouillage. Il y a un ancien sémaphore au sommet et nous sommes allés le visiter. La marche était assez dure mais le sémaphore en valait vraiment la peine. Nous avons bien visité jusqu'à ce qu'un serpent (d'après J il faisait 1 mètre) fasse son apparition et là pour moi, la visite était finie. ...
... picked up as we were anchoring and it was very windy all afternoon. There was another boat in the anchorage (French) with a couple and a baby on it, I thought that was brave! I am full admiration for them. The next day we have continued our way South and anchored off near the Island of Piana. It is the first time since we have been in Sardinia that we are in an anchorage where there are a few other boats, it almost feels,strange not to me on our ...
... Germany, Croatia and now Italy. They make for an amazing history lesson in geology and a break from the summer heat. This Grotte was discovered by some local boys in the 60's and was finally opened up for tours in 1985. We then headed for the coast and crossed a bridge to Sant' Antioco to the town of Calasette. We parked ...