Borgo d'Asolo

Address: via Asolana 54, San Vito, Sardinia, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch is located on via Asolana 54, San Vito.
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Travel Blogs from San Vito

Carlairi to Aritzo

A travel blog entry by lizru on Aug 30, 2015

Traveled from Caglairi along a combination of road types. Interpreting the GPS directions took us up lanes and dead ends but the advantage was we were off the tourist routes. Housing so different to Australian standards. However all seemed well kept. We stopped at Nauaghi and toured the archeological restoration of Stone, Bronze, Steel and Roman civilizations. These stone constructions after being utilised for various requirements were abandoned around the 6th century ...

Stopover in Torre Grande 39°54'.4N 08°31'.0E

A travel blog entry by karele on Jul 31, 2015

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... Grande. En arrivant on a du se déplacer car on était trop près de la plage (à moins de 200 mètres). Ensuite nous sommes allés à terre et la rame de notre nouvelle annexe s'est décrochée. Du coup les secouristes nous ont prêté des outils pour la réparer. Ils nous on dit que vu que le vent allait augmenter si on voulait ils pouvaient nous aider a retourner sur Kivu. On s'est ...

Back down to Cagliari

A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 16, 2015

... place for dinner. We wanted to try porceddu which is suckling pig spit-roasted over a bed of glowing embers. He told us of a restaurant in the city called Su Cumbidu. We drove into the city again and managed to get a park with a bit of walking to do. We put our selves in the hands of the waiter and ended up with dishes that were all cultural : a bowl of local olives, a salad of eggplant,cabbage,carrot mushrooms, some sheep ...

Thursday in Cabras

A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 15, 2015

... special folding bits hanging from them which were buried in the sand to stop them blowing away! Never seen that in NZ. I walked down to the water , a very pebbly and granite and quartz beach , a bit ******* the feet! The water was nice , just the right temperature and so clear and that amazing blue. After that we drove home to some Prosecco and my turn to cook dinner. We had the best grilled Mediteranean vegetable dish known to the Med. picture should be there! From Robyn in ...


A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 14, 2015


... day as we wove our way through small coastal villages with no one around and land that had been scorched blonde by the hot sun. Finding our accomodation has always been an interesting operation between us and the GPS! This time the chap actually had a sign on his gate telling us the name 'Residence Villa Giada'. He showed us in, nice with air con , kitchenette and another swimming pool. It was so nice to cool off!!

Efisio told us about a noteworthy ...