Charming houses in Sardinia

'Scattered Hotels' in Sardinia

The list of the foreign newspapers and magazines that highlight the excellence of Sardinia territory is becoming longer. Few days ago the article in the New York Times where Sardinia is presented as the best region in Italy where to invest in seafront properties, and now, is the authoritative edition of the Sunday Times of London turn to spend a report on the island and on the increasing number of 'alberghi diffusi'. 

In the article signed by Maia Aimaro Ogden, Sardinia, and in particular Cabras (in the east coast near Oristano), is recommended for fans of 'alberghi diffusi'(scattered hotel) - Ogden explains - (...) In fact, nonna’s house, in Cabras, Sardinia, is part of an ingenious hotel concept that’s taking hold across Italy.(...) a way to bring life back to those beautiful, historic areas laid waste by nature, frozen in time or simply deserted by their young people for the big city.(...) It works like this: crumbling houses in remote villages that still have a working community tastefully renovated with local materials and let out as suites (...)

The British magazine encourage to go to the peninsula of Sinis, a Marine Protected Area, jealously guarded by the local community. Far from the crowded beaches of the Costa Smeralda with rare species of birds, pink flamingos, cormorants and sea turtles that walk undisturbed and the archaeological site of Tharros.

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