The "Liberottis" Gaetano and Christin are the hosts here in the Gulf of Orosei on Sardinia's east coast in their house by the sea. The house was built in the typical Sardinian stone style and is unmistakable with its beautiful turquoise blue shutters.
The two mini apartments with sea or garden view are on the ground floor and each have a bathroom and a small kitchenette. The beautiful garden with pine and juniper trees as well as myrtle and oleander bushes can be shared with the two house cats and the family dog. Deckchairs, sun loungers and other seating options invite you to relax and read - the sea murmurs in the background.
Especially in spring, when the landscape blossoms and it is already pleasantly warm, you can be almost undisturbed on Sardinia. There is not much going on yet and in the macchia laurel, thyme, broom and lavender grow and smell. Sardinia has several nature reserves to protect unique habitats of wild cats, Sardinian deer, hawks, mouflon, kites and wild horses, which are still roaming freely today. And with a bit of luck, visitors can see dolphins or flamingos in spring. Pure nature in the middle of Europe.
The huge garden with direct beach access and stunning views makes the house the perfect place for sea lovers. Here you can spontaneously jump into the water at any time and then doze off in your own garden in the shade of the pine trees. The bay keeps changing its colors and invites you to idleness. And life by the sea just does something to people - it makes them happy.
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ArchitectureTypical stone house with Mediterranean architecture. The massive volcanic stone cools the house in summer. Fans are sufficient for cooling. Thanks to the construction, there is always a light breeze on the veranda facing the sea, while the veranda facing the garden is shielded from the heat by the oleander bushes.
EnvironmentThere is a solar boiler for hot water production and water treatment for the garden. Garbage is separated and food waste goes into the compost. There is no soil sealing in the garden and native plants grow instead. At night, the solar-powered garden lights illuminate your path.
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From Olbia you drive about 1 hour to the accommodation (75 km). It takes just under 2.5 hours (193 km) from Porte Torres and a good 2.5 hours (227 km) from Cagliari. The exact address can be found on the website.
Unfortunately, it is only possible to reach I Lirotti by bus during the summer months. Then buses drive directly from Olbia to the village of Sos Alinos, which is a few minutes&
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