Hotel Sant'Andrea

Address: Via Zara, 36-44, San Pantaleo, Olbia, Sardinia, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Zara, 36-44, San Pantaleo, Olbia, is near Golfo di Arzachena, Giants' Tombs (Coddu Vecchiu), Li Lolghi, and Li Muri.
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Travel Blogs from Olbia

A day at the beach...

A travel blog entry by thekingstravels on Sep 29, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

... way to the waterfront. We have picked a bar/restaurant that has a wood fired pizza oven, and we are currently drinking beers while looking out over a beautiful little marina. It is very quiet - we really are at the end of tourist season. Most of the really big hotels and resort complexes are closed up until next summer. I'm sure most of the restaurants won't be far behind. A lot of the shops are empty and we've wondered ...

The three colours of Sardinia....

A travel blog entry by thekingstravels on Sep 28, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... surprising. It doesn't feel like Italy, and it doesn't look like Italy. We are staying in the top North East section of the Island, and spent today exploring the local area. There are marinas a'plenty here - very small, very boutique and interesting. Some have lots of really expensive yachts and others just have smaller rich men's runabouts. Most of the marinas have cafes, bars and restaurants. Not too many ...

Sardinia

A travel blog entry by thekingstravels on Sep 28, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... 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 ...

Still lovin it

A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 16, 2014

1 photo

... and olives. I was getting the olives from the .ittle man at the deli counter and Jeff was getting a cheese from the fridge area. He just looked at Jeff and wa e his hand down with a NOH! and suggested he get his cheese, which we did.
Weather has beeb bellissimo, buena excellent.
GREAT TO HEAR 1ST IN DANCING MOO!!
Xxxxx to ...

Villages, poms and history.

A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 10, 2014

4 comments

... Nuraghe Sait'Antine. WOW. It was a village built by bronze age people. It had many smal mound like huts for the plebs and a central stronghold for the cheif and upper class.
These villages were built 1700/2000 bc. The central tower was a dome structure with three levels and each level had a dome ceiling (dry stone construction). So dome ground floor, up stairs around the perimeter to next level on ...