Quartu S.Elena is a town of about 75,000 inhabitants, 6 km from Cagliari, the capital of the region, which over the years has developed into the coastal marine environment of the Gulf of the Angels, to the beautiful beaches of Geremeas, not forgetting the campaign towards Flumini, always a few steps from the sea.
Bordered to the south and west by the former salt pond and the Molentargius, a complex ecosystem where for many years now, the greater flamingo nests with thousands of specimens to the delight of photographers and nature lovers. The Colombo Street in practice bisects the pond Quartu that in the not too distant were nothing more than two tanks of evaporation of saline then laughing.
The ground floor of the house where I (Giuseppina) and my husband (Ignazio) inhabit, is completely transformed into a B & B, independent of the rest of the house and with its own entrance, fully renovated in 2012. The three bedrooms are two doubles and one single, all with double beds. The bathroom (renovated in 2013) but it is only for the exclusive use of the B & B.
Our hobbies are gardening, tatting, photography, navimodellismo, computers, and finally we like to do a lot of walking at the beach, in the mountains with our friends. Our library, well stocked, is at your disposal, as well as a computer with Internet connection and wi-fi throughout the area of the B & B, if you want to use your.
In the kitchen where we serve breakfast (in the summer if you want you can eat outside in the courtyard), you can use your computer to read, eat quick meals ready to eat a pizza or permission of the manager. In the passage that opens onto the courtyard there is a small lounge to chat and relax after the daily walks.
In the house you'll find everything you'll need (iron, hair dryer, clothesline, a fridge, etc....) then if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us, we will solve them together. Good navigation and ... see you soon, we are waiting!
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This page was last updated: 04 May 2014