Villasimìus Travel Guide

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    by PALLINA Written Jun 11, 2008

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    Sometime it can be hard to discover beaches in Sardinia but the results usually deserve all your efforts. This little bay in northern of Villasimius and northern of Costa Rey. It's better to have running shoes to go until beaches because the path can be a little bit dangerous.

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    by PALLINA Written Jun 11, 2008

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    Costa Rey has very long and sandy beaches. It is seldom very crowded. From Villasimius it doesn't take more than 10-15 minutes drive. Pls note that many beaches in Sardinia has no bars so, if you want really to discover them, you have to go there with your own sun umbrealla and your pocket lunch. The path is usually very rough, better to go with an old car.

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    by PALLINA Written Jun 11, 2008

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    In my opinion, the best beach in Villasimius area is Porto Giunco. You can stay there with your own sun umbreallas or rent if you prefer; there are few small little bar-restaurant where you can eat and drink (and find a toilet, btw).

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    by vivimero Written Jun 14, 2005

    great...cakes..
    I liked the pastas and rice

    Favorite Dish: Guess the tipical ravioli from sardinia with a potatoes filling.

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Villasimìus Nightlife

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    by PALLINA Written Jun 11, 2008

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    As I said in my "cons", Villasimius does't offer an exiciting night life as you can expect in the North East part of Sardinia (Costa Smeralda), full of bars and discos usually attended by tv stars and football players. The south part of Sardinia is still very genuine but let's say that for romantic travel or family vacations is even much better. If you walk down in downtown, Garibaldi is a nice spot where to sit (inside or outside) and drink a lovely cocktail and listen to music. It opens from June and September and has sometimes live music. Try the "mirto bianco", a sardinian liquor made with the leaves of the "mirto" (usually mirto liquor is dark because it's made from its fruits). See the pic.

    Dress Code: As you wish

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Villasimìus Transportation

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    by PALLINA Written Jun 12, 2008

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    In Villasimius area (but I would add in Sardinia in general), if you want to discover all beaches, you have to have a car. We hired it in our hotel and the prices for a Fiat Punto were the following (June 2008):
    1° day: 85 €
    2 days: 170 €
    3 days: 220 €
    from the 4th day: 50 euro a day.

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Villasimìus Shopping

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    by PALLINA Written Jun 11, 2008

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    I am very fond of natural hard stones so I usually visit every shop of this type met on my paths. This shop, which has a subsiadiary in Cagliari owned by the wife of the owner, offers a very wide range of stones coming from all over the world by then re-worked in Sardinia. I've never seen such a variety in colours and models. For stone-therapy lovers as well.

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