Bed & Breakfast Domu Arrubia
Our Bed and Breakfast, Domu Arrubia, can be found immersed in Torre degli Ulivi (Capoterra) on the south coast of Sardinia, which has some of the most outstanding beaches in the world.
Our elegant villa is set amid a vast and cultivated garden, offering complete tranquility as you rest under the shade of the olive trees, enjoying the peace, soft breeze and the delicate harmony of perfumes from the flora. However, if you prefer you can enjoy a game of tennis on our own court and cool off in our swimming pool. All this set beside the beauty of the sea.
When you feel like exploring the island, within a few minutes you arrive at La Maddalena, a superb beach with one of the best centres of aquatic sports in Sardinia. In less than thirty minutes you can be in Cagliari, the island's Capital, brimming with culture and entertainment for all tastes and ages. Nora, also within easy reach, with it's fascinating architectural sites and history. Finally Chia, voted the fifth most beautiful beach in the world by “Lonely Planet”. It has to be seen to be believed with it's whitest of sand, forming rolling dunes, and it's crystal clear waters. Truly a magnificent jewel of the island, indeed the world.
There are three double rooms available, all of which are light, comfortable and elegantly furnished with parquet flooring, and no detail has been overlooked to ensure your comfort. There is the 'Red Room' with ensuite bathroom, which consists of shower, hairdryer, bath with hydromassage, the 'Yellow Room' and the 'Blue Room'. All rooms have air conditioning, TV, a safe and free Internet connection. Also, they all have glass patio doors, which open out, directly into the garden where you can start the day with an open-air breakfast. The price of the rooms include the use of a fridge and a microwave oven.
We hope to welcome you soon to our home and enjoy the splendours of our island.
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This page was last updated: 25 April 2010