La casetta di via Pia è una piccola casa storica del 1880, tipicamente costruita con pietra locale: il nero basalto dell'altipiano di Abbasanta. "Casetta", perché tutto sembra in formato ridotto... le piccole finestre, il forno per il pane, il cortile. Un nido d'amore confortevole e accogliente, adatto a chi vuole vivere esperienze sensoriali (specialmente gastronomiche!) in questa parte di Sardegna meno conosciuta, che alterna mare, pianura, collina e montagna e una tradizione viva, autentica
“We had two wonderful weeks in Paulilatino. The surroundings of Via Pia are very original and authentic. In Paulilatino there is almost no tourism, we met there only (always very friendly) locals. The "Casetta Via Pia" is cute and very lovingly decorated, the small terrace perfect for breakfast and dinner. To eat in restaurants, you have to drive into the surrounding area, during our visit there was only a pizzeria at the end of the village. But since the mom and pop shop, bakery and greengrocer are in the immediate vicinity of the Via Pia and the kitchen has a gas stove, you can cook well yourself. Chiara greeted us warmly and provided us with many tips for restaurants and activities. We often hiked, the relevant routes in the area are usually easy to reach and all worthwhile, trips to the sea with swimming in October inclusive. Conclusion: for a peaceful and relaxing holiday for two the perfect hideaway.”
Il mio alloggio è vicino a ristoranti e ferrovie dello stato capolinea bus urbani.per le spiagge del sinis e sarchittu Il mio alloggio è adatto a coppie e chi viaggia per lavoro.... Possibile soggiornare in tre o quattro dello stesso gruppo in quanto è disponibile un,'altra camera doppia..con un supplemento di euro 20 a persona..........il comune di Oristano ha approvato la tassa di soggiorno...al momento dell arrivo gli ospiti devono dare la somma di un euro a persona al giorno.......
“I stayed with Giannina for one night in Oristano. She is a very sweet and welcoming lady and she tried to give us many recommendations. The place is clean and comfortable. The communication was a little difficult since Giannina does not speak english or very little, but we managed to communicate somehow and she was very nice. The place is directly next to the train station, but a little far from the center, by car it is no problem but it takes about 15-20 min walking. Overall a very nice experience!”
Situato ad Allai, in centro Sardegna, a metà strada tra mare e montagna, punto strategico per godere delle meravigliose spiagge dell'isola e allo stesso tempo ammirare i paesaggi dell' entroterra e viverne tradizioni e cultura popolare.
“If you are seeking a charming, authentic, Italian retro cottage in a central village location and a very friendly, cheerful community, then this is for you. It is recently rebuilt and fitted out to a high standard. The bathroom is well equipped and modern with excellent water pressure and plumbing. The kitchen is new, 1950's retro style with a modern gas cooker and well equipped. Free WiFi is available at the lovely local bar / cafe, about 25 seconds walk from the cottage. Log in once and you can sit in the little piazza outside and log on anytime -although we used the cafe every day out of courtesy. We absolutely loved it, the Village and the warmth of its people. The hosts were great. Thank you Allai 😊x”