Pierre & Vacances Residence Calarossa

Loc Li Canneddi, Trinita d'Agultu, Sardinia, 07038, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Loc Li Canneddi, Trinita d'Agultu.
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    Travel Blogs from Trinita d'Agultu

    Shipboard Day

    A travel blog entry by leighellen on Jul 18, 2014

    Today we stayed aboard ship and decided to take advantage of our beautiful ship. It was very, very relaxing. While the ports have been very nice, and have given us some great experiences, we didn't see much in Olbia, Sardina that weighed more than a relaxing time shipboard. Jan and I took advantage of the Canyon Ranch Spa and ...

    A busy week in Sardinia

    A travel blog entry by olsonfamily on Jun 27, 2014

    6 comments, 20 photos

    ... and calendars and clocks still set to the day and time of his death. Like Maddalena, Caprera also has pristine beaches and private coves, which we were happy to explore.

    Back in Tertenia, we have been spending our days relaxing by the pool, exploring even more beaches, and spending hours at the rocky beach in front of our villa searching for shells, hermit crabs, fish, and snails. Only a few more days here before we head to ...

    More than Beaches

    A travel blog entry by olsonfamily on Jun 21, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... the capital of Sardinia, with a quick stop at Spiaggia Quartu San Elena for some swimming, sand castle building, and gelato eating before heading into town (for more gelato!). We explored the historic city, shuffling the kids through the Castelo district, finding traces of every phase of the island’s history at every turn (First the Phoenicians, then the Spanish, the Romans, the Spanish again, etc. etc. ...

    Last sea day- day 12

    A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Jun 13, 2014

    22 photos

    ... washers, and mark said it was like college rules - if you weren't there when your stuff buzzed, out it went onto the table! Luckily I was first in line and only had to wait about 10 minutes! I needed to get as much stuff clean as possible, since from here on out, we have washers sometimes, but no driers, and only 2-3 nights per place to hang dry! I was reflecting on our packing scheme as I spent a good 90 minutes trying to ...

    The simple life on a Sunday for simple people

    A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Jun 01, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... get a little out of control and prepare our antipasti feast on the balcony as the last supper. The sky's big surprise, perhaps a parting gesture commenced at 7.30 pm, because it has been reasonably cloudy since we arrived we had not been afforded this unforgettable experience. Mother Nature gave us a light show that went until 9.30 pm, it is hard to describe the colours as the sun was setting beyond the islands on the horizon ...