Hotel Mistral 2

Address: Via XX Settembre 34, Oristano, Sardinia, 09170, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via XX Settembre 34, Oristano, is near La Pelosa Beach, Santa Teresa di Gallura, La Maddalena, and Tiscali.
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    Travel Blogs from Oristano

    Heading off to Alghero

    A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 11, 2015

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    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 ...

    Exploring Ancient Prehistoric Sardinia

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on May 20, 2015

    5 photos

    ... back to the 14th and 13th century B.C. It looked to have housed many people who were protected by a couple of major batteries. Almost nothing is known about the Nuragic people, but they left some very interesting remains.

    It's like I've said to Eldon, this life we live, is but a blink of an eye in history. He had to outdo me and say more like a nanosecond. It's so true. There has been so much happen in ...

    Sardinia (Alghero) Italy

    A travel blog entry by geoffbro on May 05, 2015

    47 photos

    ... boasts extensive prehistoric ruins, fine Pisan churches and medieval walled towns. There are over 7,000 Nuraghe (Stone Domed houses) on the island dating back from 1500 to 500 B.C.

    For centuries, Italian city-states and Spain vied for control of Sardinia. The old port of Alghero has a distinctive Catalan feel - it was known as "Little Barcelona." The Albi Palace was a residence for the Spanish viceroys who governed Sardinia.

    Alghero is ...

    Sardinian Sojourn

    A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Apr 29, 2015

    4 comments, 45 photos

    ... by. As the riding gear had not been washed since Athens, first stop was the laundry. We then spent the afternoon knocking off a bottle of Mateus Rose, cheese, salami and crackers while booking the accommodation for the next few days and the ferry to Corsica. This style of afternoon tea is not unusual for us when travelling with our friend Chris Pearson who will join us in England on May 21st for more riding together. Chris, the only thing missing from ...

    Sardinia - All I wanted was a Prosciutto pizza

    A travel blog entry by tammy.neville.3 on Jan 04, 2015

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    ... amount of bad energy in the atmosphere. This old man was my last hope of finding my way out of this airport, so I took the plunge and asked him for help. "Excuse me, how do I get to Cagliari please?" He looked at me and paused for 3-4 seconds..... "What a lovely English accent you have" He replied with an intrigued stare. "I thought you were a Sardinian girl" he then said. "Ohh haha, no, I just look like this because my mum is Indian, so I am half" ...