Hotel San Pantaleo

Via Zara, San Pantaleo, Sardinia, Italy | Hotel
Prices starting from $98.00
 

Travel Blogs from San Pantaleo

A busy week in Sardinia

A travel blog entry by olsonfamily

6
20

... beaches and snack bars. The bays of Spalmatore and Baia Trinita are understandably the most popular, and we spent time at each enjoying the clear turquoise waters, and views to the other islands.

We drove over to the island of Caprera, which is connected to Maddalena by a bridge. Garibaldi, Italy’s greatest national hero, bought the island in 1861 and built his house there. Today, his house is a museum with ...

The Spanish Flu comes to Sardinia

A travel blog entry by vazzhobspainit

4

... Arancia and checked out the fishing boats then stopped for a swim in the beautiful ocean – amazing – not many people, it is great having a car (bus) to get around in. Last night we had a speccy dinner – table in the main square with the fountain providing ambiance. Guido and I visited another winery today in the little wine town of Monti – more lovely ...

Day seven, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot

8

1. I get my water start with the kite and start enjoying it...but they change up my instructor for a scary, hunky, grumpy German Swiss woman who won't take no for an answer! 2. I mail a postcard to a friend in France with just his name in the address field. Lets see if it gets there! Just ...

Day six, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot

5

Day six on which... 1. I take a full hour of kitesurfing course entirely in Italian with the crazy Andrea and... survive.. 2. I learnt that Sardinians say "ayó" when they mean "hi" and "eyà" when they mean "ok". But sometimes they use them interchangeably. And sometimes they both mean "I know" or "how are you?". It's a complicated island, Sardinia... 3. I got ...

Day five, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot

7

... and discover that the Italian Radio Maria has actually just prayers and religious music, much unlike its Polish namesake. Strange... 4. I realize that the Italian speed bumps are mere suggestions than hindrances to the unrestricted freedom of Italian drivers - some of them so low you could actually drive over them at 80-90kph and still barely notice. 5. I brush my car against two guys cutting me off on a scooter in ...

Location

This hotel, located on Via Zara, San Pantaleo, is near Golfo di Arzachena, Giants' Tombs (Coddu Vecchiu), Li Lolghi, and Garibaldi's Farmhouse.
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