Duomo your holiday apartment in Sassari Old Town Italy

Prices from €200 per Week
The apartment was completely refurbished in 2007 and is finely furnished, very comfortable and well equipped. It is located in the very city centre, in a quiet square, close to the shopping streets, bars, restaurants, museums, churches and historical sites. It is composed by: - 1 living room with kichenette; - 1 double bedroom (max 2 guests); - 1 single bedroom (max 1 guest); - 1 bathroom with shower; - 1 store room.
Sleeps 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

Details

Property Information

Type:
Apartment
Location:
Sardegna, Italy
This Property Sleeps:
3
Minimum Price Per Week:
€200
Maximum Price Per Week:
€400
Nearest Airport:
Alghero (AHO), Italy (airport code NQY)

Notes
Refundable breakages deposit of 100€ is required on arrival to be refunded at your departure, subject to satisfactory property inspection. 40€ of rental fee due by bank transfer as soon as possible to secure booking; the remaining amount, the final cleaning 40€ and damage deposit 100€ only cash on arrival. Any other method of payment is to be previously agreed with the owner. NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertisers discretion. Easter is to be considered Mid season. The prices do not include mandatory final cleaning 40€, damage deposit 100€. Included gas, water, energy, linen, towels.

Property Features
  • Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Bathroom
Bathrooms: 1
Toilets: 1
Shower Rooms: 1
Bidets
Bedroom
Doubles: 1
Singles: 1
Heat/Cooling
Central Heating
Aircon throughout
Dining
Dining room table
Seating for: 4 People
Dining room
Entertainment
Satellite or Cable
TV
Kitchen
Crockery & Cutlery Provided
Washing Machine
Hob
Oven
Freezer
Fridge
Toaster
Laundry
Washing Machine Provided
Linen Provided
Towels Provided
Iron
Ironing Board
Living Room
Seating for: 4 People
Armchairs: 1
Gas Fire
Local Activities
Cycling
Fishing
Horse Riding
Mountain Biking
Sailing
Tennis
Water Skiing
Swimming
Walking
Windsurfing
Roller Skating
Mountaineering
Diving
Water Park
Snorkelling
Water Sports
Local Area
Quiet Bars and Pubs
Restaurants
The local town is: Lively but not wild
Location
Distance to beach: >5km
Distance to convenience store: <100m
Distance to local restaraunts: <100m
In a Town
Distance to Airport: 20-50km
Suitability
No Pets
Wheelchair inaccessible
Unsuitable for the elderly or infirm
Non Smoking Only
Accommodation
Accommodation Type:: Self Catering
Size:: Compact
Changeover Day: Flexible
Theme
Quiet yet close to local activity

Local Area Details

About Airport Information

Sardinia; island immersed in the sea, island of natural beauties……your holiday island! Year after year, its unique colours and ancient traditions conquer millions of visitors who flood this corner of paradise situated in the heart of the Mediterranean.
Sardinia is famous for its emerald green transparent sea and its unspoiled white sandy beaches. However there is more, much more that Sardinia can offer visitors. There are numerous "surprises" that can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
Visiting unique archaeological sites; nuraghi, menhirs and tombs of Giants can be an opportunity to discover the culture, the gastronomy and the crafts of the areas least affected by tourism. Discover the renowned hospitality of the Sardinian people.
During the mild Sardinian winter or in spring come and experience the colours and the perfume that nature has blessed Sardinia with.
Small enough to be classified as an island but big enough to be a universe unto itself, Sardinia lies about 120 miles west of the Italian peninsula. Its coastline is probably Europe's most spectacular. Its waters teem with fish and shellfish. Its broad valleys turn into golden oceans of wheat in summer. Its rugged mountains, pocked with caves, are home to large flocks of sheep that feed on pungent wild herbs and produce a cheese your palate will never forget. Nestled into its silent olive groves are some of the continent's oldest archaeological remains, dating back to 1700 BC. Its people speak a language incomprehensible to all other Italians, celebrate more saints' days than anyone else in the nation, and love to dress up in elaborate costumes at the drop of a finely-embroidered hat.

About Scenery/Beauty Spots

Sardinia; island immersed in the sea, island of natural beauties……your holiday island! Year after year, its unique colours and ancient traditions conquer millions of visitors who flood this corner of paradise situated in the heart of the Mediterranean.
Sardinia is famous for its emerald green transparent sea and its unspoiled white sandy beaches. However there is more, much more that Sardinia can offer visitors. There are numerous "surprises" that can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
Visiting unique archaeological sites; nuraghi, menhirs and tombs of Giants can be an opportunity to discover the culture, the gastronomy and the crafts of the areas least affected by tourism. Discover the renowned hospitality of the Sardinian people.
During the mild Sardinian winter or in spring come and experience the colours and the perfume that nature has blessed Sardinia with.
Small enough to be classified as an island but big enough to be a universe unto itself, Sardinia lies about 120 miles west of the Italian peninsula. Its coastline is probably Europe's most spectacular. Its waters teem with fish and shellfish. Its broad valleys turn into golden oceans of wheat in summer. Its rugged mountains, pocked with caves, are home to large flocks of sheep that feed on pungent wild herbs and produce a cheese your palate will never forget. Nestled into its silent olive groves are some of the continent's oldest archaeological remains, dating back to 1700 BC. Its people speak a language incomprehensible to all other Italians, celebrate more saints' days than anyone else in the nation, and love to dress up in elaborate costumes at the drop of a finely-embroidered hat.

About History

The architecture and styles of the beautiful squares, churches and buildings bear testimony to the different historic periods of its development. The first references to the founding of the city of Sassari date back to 1131. Later, at the beginning of the thirteenth century the town experienced a period of growth under the dominion of the "Giudici" (Judges, or Governors) from Torres, who turned it into an important trading port, in particular with goods bound for Genoa.
After the period under the "Giudici" from Torres, the town fell under the dominion of Pisa and around 1294, after the battle of Meloria, it became part of the kingdom of Genoa. In 1323 the city rose up against Genoese rule and submitted to the King of Aragon. In 1527 it was sacked by French troops and then in 1708, together with the rest of Sardinia, was involved in the war of Spanish Succession. It then passed under Austrian dominion only to become part of the Kingdom of Savoy in 1820. In the 1800s Sassari experienced a period of growth, above all thanks to intense trading with France. Today, the town of Sassari is known not only for its important industrial and commercial activity, but also because of its historic roots and the many places of interest in the area.

Contact Details

Name:
Federica
Telephone:
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Contact Details

Country:
Italy
Region:
Sardegna
County:
Provincia di Sassari
Town:
Sassari
Postcode:
07100

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