Proponiamo a Perdaxius, in via San Leonardo, a due passi dall'omonimo parco, villa singola con giardino sui tre lati con barbecue ed impianto di illuminazione più appezzamento di giardino adiacente alla casa piantumato con ulivi, di cui alcuni secolari; la casa è sviluppata su due livelli, piano terra al grezzo di 150 mq., il primo piano di altrettanta metratura è composto da: veranda, ampia sala, cucina abitabile con caminetto, bagno con vasca e doccia, due grandi camere di 16.81 ciascuna, secondo bagno al grezzo con predisposizioni e ripostiglio dove è già predisposta una scala interna per il piano terra. Ottimo rapporto qualità/prezzo! € 125.000 trattabili Immobiliare Mattesu Tel. 078163761 Cell. 3397724553 Visita le nostre proposte su www.immobiliaremattesu.it
We propose to Perdaxius, via San Leonardo, near the homonymous park villa with garden on three sides with barbecue and lighting more piece of garden adjoining the house, planted with olive trees, some centuries old, the house is built on two levels, ground floor of 150 sq.m. unfinished., the first floor with a similar surface is composed of: porch, large lounge, kitchen with fireplace, bathroom with tub and shower, two large bedrooms each with 16.81, second bathroom on the raw with predispositions and utility room where it is already set up a staircase to the ground floor. Excellent quality / price ratio! Immobiliare Mattesu Tel 078163761 Mobile: 3397724553 Visit our proposals on www.immobiliaremattesu.it
The coast of the Sulcis Iglesiente is disquieting, characterised by excavated roads and long beaches with dunes and cliffs, where the rare hawks called Eleonarae still nest. The land has been populated since the old Ages as evidenced by Montessu's necropolis with its Domus de Janas (Witches' houses).
Afterwards the Fenicians came and transformed Sant'Antioco in one of the most important port of the Mediterranean, where all the wealth extracted from the mines, gold included, were loaded.
The most important inhabited centres in this area are Iglesias and Carbonia.
The former, reachable through the SS.130, is just 1 hour far by car from the Sardinia's capital. After the difficulties due to the crisis of the mining sector, today the centre is trying to exploit the tourism, pushing over a natural environment plenty of resources. The same is for the city of Carbonia, built in only 300 days at the beginning of the 30' as Benito Mussolini desidered.
Going on in the Sulcis territory we'll arrive at Calasetta. From there it'll be possible to sail towards the isola di San Pietro.
The ferry-boat approaches Carloforte, where architecture, language, tastes and scents remind the region of Liguria. In fact the population of the little island descends from the coral fishermen coming from Liguria imprisoned by the Saracens and released by Carlo Emanuele III in 1736.
To be noted Capo Sandalo, natural oasis with recommended paths, available also for people not used to extricate in the Mediterranean.