Verdemare Open Village

Address: Colombo Street, Oristano, Sardinia, 09031, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Colombo Street, Oristano.
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      Travel Blogs from Oristano

      Clean and green

      A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 09, 2014

      4 photos

      ... before we got our keys and went to our rooms. A shower and tidy up and we headed for the bar.
      WELL all the sit up passengers had taken the seats, tables and were lying on the lounges. Blow up mattresses were in the stair wells and people had generally made themselves at home. OC HEALTH N SAFETY??
      People who had bought drinks or nibbles had no where to sit.
      In the dinning room /cafe we selected a table and then went to select our food. A group ...

      What do you see? You see the sea.

      A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Oct 08, 2013

      3 comments, 1 photo

      Our last sea day today has been spent with finalizing our excursions for our last few ports of call, competing in my last slot tournament at the casino (and no, yesterday's luck is just that...yesterday's luck), and the last jackpot bingo of the cruise...and no to that as well. Another formal night, one of the last, so as requested...a photo of us in our "not so fine"-ery. It's now time to start thinking about such things as packing ...

      Lots to see

      A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 15, 2013

      5 photos

      ... of course) passing by an unused mining quarry which has obviously spoiled the view for a few years but is no longer working. About 500 m from the shore is a huge white coloured rock, perfect in its simplicity amidst turquoise-coloured water. Driving back up and walking around the walkway at the top we could see the ocean was like a mirror. Even where we were, there was not a breath of wind and not a sound. After madcap Montenegro it was a ...

      Memories from Sardinia...

      A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on Aug 12, 2012

      20 photos

      ... Sardinian flag, then running down as quick as our legs will take us to the crystal clear water.

    • Beaches with tiny white pebbles for sand.
    • Swimming in amongst the fish, normally just a few (who for some reason love our feet), but lots more bigger and more interesting ones when swimming over the rocks, and once literally swimming in amongst at least 1, maybe 2, schools of fish as they swum up near the ...

    • 2006 Summary

      A travel blog entry by kerenne on Oct 30, 2006

      ... the crossing to Sardinia. We had 4 occasions when we remained in port/anchorage due to bad weather/swell. We used harbours and marinas for a total of 50 days, including the first 11 days refitting Kerenne in preparation for setting off and 5 days preparing her for this winter. We motored for a total of 220 hours. This was more than we anticipated but we found that the saying that in the Mediterranean you either have too much wind or too little was ...