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B and B Sa Stella E Monti (Oristano, Italy)

Sa Stella e Monti is a new building house very comfortable with a typical Sardinian breakfast hall, a common area equipped for relax and three rooms very nicely decoreted in campidanese style, provided of Tv, Mini-Bar, Air Conditioning and Private BatSa Stella e Monti is well situated in a quite... [more]
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Oristano is faces the west of the Mediterranean basin and has always been a meeting place and merging point of cultural and ethnic elements. It has played an important historical role because of its geographical position oni two routes of internal access: the Campidano Plain and the Tirso Valley.

The Piazza Roma is the centre of town. The Tower of St. Christopher stands on the square and dates back to the 13-th century. The Corso Umberto is the main axis of town and takes you from the Piazza Roma to the Piazza Eleonora d'Arborea. On summer evenings many young Oristanesi can be found on this street, flirting and rambling.

A few blocks away, at the end of Via Castro, the Church of San Francesco dates from the beginning of the 19-th century but inside the church you find many works of art that go back a lot further. The Duomo down the Via d'Arborea is an amalgam of styles and well worth a visit. If you want to see some more churhces head out to the Basilica of Santa Giusta 2 km out of town on the road to Cagliari, a Pisan style construction form the 12-th century with many typical Sardinian elements.

Daytrips from Oristano include a visit to the Sinis Peninsula with the ruins of Tharros an old Phoenician port, and the Costa Verde, 35 km south of Oristano with sandy beaches and not many people one them.

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Casa di Antonio
Trapani, , Italy
Holiday apartment Casa Di Antonio is a pretty flat settled in the historical heart pf Trapani close to its many historical and cultural sites. The apartment, situated on the 1st floor of a typical... [more]