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Total rating of Stintino

3.8 out of 5 (34 Customer reviews)
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This is what holiday rental customers wrote about Stintino 

  • 4.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 17/02/2017, travel period: July 2016

    “There is a large supermarket on site. Slightly more expensive than the supermarket Stintino maare this is slightly further away. Area has many beaches. Drüke beaches but also beaches where you are practically alone. Stintino themselves are few good restaurants. In an hour's drive denotes Alghero. Doing fine. Alk in all plenty to do if you're there for a week. Also Sasseri and Porto Conte (park) fine to do with the car.”

    This review has been given for property no. 618829 The review of the location has been automatically translated from Dutch. Back to the original language

  • 2.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 16/10/2016, travel period: September 2016

    “Stintino okay as a place. Small shops, premises available and also open in the off season. For a trip through Sardinia unsuitable, the distances are too long. Country Paradise, where the house was, almost died out of season. Shops etc. everything closed. Even the garbage trucks came only for the residual waste.”

    This review has been given for property no. 1269689 The review of the location has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 4.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 05/10/2016, travel period: September 2016

    “Unfortunately, the restaurants and the only shop in the village have been closed midweek.”

    This review has been given for property no. 1269689 The review of the location has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 4.0 out of 5
    atraveo customer D. Kraus wrote
    on 25/09/2016, travel period: August 2016

    “The villa was not directly in Stintino, but in the area Country Paradise.
    It was a villa complex in the size of a Sardinian village. belonged to this system also a hotel so you always afternoon also once again heard music from this resort.
    Furthermore, one could well start shopping in the local grocery store, the ice cream is also recommended.
    Stintino is a nice place with small shops and good restaurants. Parking is sometimes very difficult to find.
    Beaches there are several within. This must be approached by car, where also a bus to the nearest beach drives (this but we never used ...)

    Important for all comers at night: The reception is at night very difficult to find, we have long sought, since the sign was bad at night to see !!”

    This review has been given for property no. 1138093 The review of the location has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 3.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 10/09/2016, travel period: August 2016

    “Location very quiet and close to the main beaches of the site, maximum distance 6 km; The nearest beach is ca. 3 km away - the salt pans.”

    This review has been given for property no. 618829 The review of the location has been automatically translated from Italian. Back to the original language

This is how holiday rental owners described Stintino

My holiday home in the immediate vicinity of Stintino (12) minutes from the village in the locality Biancareddu, very quiet, you can eat outside under a leafy arbor. From the house within 3-4 kilometers you can reach many calette.La area is served by Farm, Market, orchard fruit, butcher, bakery, bar, ...
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- tobacco, post office, hairdresser, pharmacy, Q8 service station, newsagent shop Bazaar. Unspoiled places rich in history, ideal for lovers of the sea, fishing for sportsmen and nature trails that can travel by bicycle or on foot. To visit the area well you need a means of transport.
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source: Gasparro

A holiday home on Sardinia

The beautiful Sardinia is after Sicily the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. atraveo offers you a wide selection of more than 3,900 holiday apartments and houses: Whether a small house close to the coast, a large luxury villa with several bedrooms and many amenities such as a pool or a cosy apartment for a romantic holiday for two. – on Sardinia everyone will find the perfect accommodation. When looking for your holiday home you can also look at the ratings of some of the houses made by atraveo holiday makers.

Sardinia is part of Italy and separated from the mainland by the Tyrrhenian Sea. Several ferry links connect the paradise-like island with Italian ports. Only a few kilometres to the north lies the French island Corsica. This is an ideal destination for a day trip. Alternatively atraveo offers a large selection of holiday homes on Corsica.

Heavenly beach vacation on Sardinia

The most important criteria for holiday makers on Sardinia are sun, beach and recreation. Numerous beautiful natural beaches shape the 1,800 kilometre long coastline of Sardinia and the azure blue sea provides a heavenly backdrop. The most beautiful beaches include those of the Costa Smeralda in the province Olbia-Tempio towards the north east of the island. Between Palau and Olbia many small bays with white sandy beaches are hidden between long stretched granite rocks. Here the villages Porto Cervo und Porto Rotondo are regarded as Europe’s best holiday domiciles. As each year national and international celebrities gather here for their summer holiday it is clear that properties will come at a price. Considerably less pricy and equally attractive is the Costa Rei along the eastern coast of Sardinia. The small bays and the long sandy beaches of the coastal area north of Sant'Elmo guarantee relaxing sun baths as well as entertainment including a wide range of water sports. Costa Paradiso is situated in the north of Sardinia lies and the name says it all. Many small bays are hidden between the red cliffs.

Discover from a holiday home the area away from the beaches

Enough of sun bathing at the beach? Then you could go and discover the sights of Sardinia. For example you could visit the many picturesque towns and villages, such as the capital Cagliari in the south or Sassari on the north side of the island. Discover the natural sights of the enchanting landscape such as the countless limestone caves and grottos or the red rocks of Arbatax. Or visit the mysterious towers of the Nuraghen culture which lived on the island in pre-Christian times. Especially worth seeing is the Su Nuraxi complex in the province Medio Campidano. Also worthwhile is a trip to the rugged Gennargenta Mountains in the heartland of the island. The island’s highest peak is the 1,834 metre high Punta la Marmona and can even be reached by ski lift so that during appropriate weather conditions you can swap the beach with the snow. Generally the island is ideal for an active vacation with discoveries and excursions possible throughout the year. Away from the main streets there are various great hiking and mountain bike tours available. You are able to explore beautiful beaches which can only be reached via farm lanes and the additional benefit is the places are secluded providing a charming ambience. Also worth a visit is the neighbouring French island Corsica which is just 12 kilometres to the north. Ferries regularly operate from Santa Teresa Gallura to Bonifacio and from Palau to Porto-Vecchio.

Travel and mobility on the ground on Sardinia

You can either travel by plane or ship to Sardinia. Those who want to travel with their own car can choose one of the ferries that operate between the Italian mainland and Porto Torres, Olbia, Arbatax and Cagliari on Sardinia. Ports on the mainland include Genoa at the Ligurian Riviera, Livorno in Tuscany and Civitavecchia near Rome. Air passengers can choose between the airports Cagliari, Olbia and Arbatax. On arrival it is possible to rent a car in order to undertake the one or other trip around the island. Alternatively Sardinia provides a quite well developed public transport system, comprising of intercity coaches and train lines. One highlight is the touristic narrow gauge railway Trenino Verde which connects Bosa and Macomer as well as Arbatax and Mandas and offers great panoramic views on the landscape of the island.

Enjoy the Mediterranean climate on Sardinia

The weather on Sardinia is typically Mediterranean with hot summers and mild winters. Especially the summer months between June and September can get very hot so you should always carry enough water with you when going on an trip. During winter the temperatures are seldom below 14 degrees, however most rain falls during this time. Especially the spring months April and May promise ideal weather with 20 to 25 degrees and hardly any rainfall.