This house has been built in 2000 by a passionate beekeeper who had found in this area ideal conditions to breed her honeybees. The perimeter of the two towers, which are raised with respect to the central body, forming a hexagon. The hex is found in the form of individual cells forming the honeycomb in the hive.
If you want to bathe in the waters from the many turquoise shades of southern Sardinia, tan in the sun on the beautiful beaches of Chia and Tuerredda, if you like the granite rocks older than six hundred million years and appreciate the resinous scent of myrtle, Villa delle Api offers an ideal accommodation.
Servicios y zonas comunes
The house is the best place for really nature's lovers: it's located in a four-hectare property to limit of the Sulcis Park and it offers absolute privacy. Even in August, most of the time really crowed, you come back home to exit the flow of cars and noise of other vacationers.
Coming home in the evening, perhaps after dinner at a restaurant, it can happen to be in front of a deer that has gone to eat the flowers around the house. In the property live partridges, wild rabbits and boars. Wild animals are fixed presence but they are never dangerous or annoying.
In the morning when you wake up, you can delight in the sight of the colors of the sea eating breakfast in the shade of bougainvillea and, if you are in the months of May or June, you can serve picking oranges growing in the citrus area. The borders of the property there are the remains of an ancient Nuragic settlement of about twenty-five hundred years old. You can reach it and contemplate the view that the old inhabitants of Sardinia should appreciate seeing where they built their houses.
Atención a los huéspedes
It will be a vacation you will not forget, and perhaps, as has happened to the owners, you will discover how much more than the sea and the beaches can offer this land andyou also get sick of Mal di Sardegna.
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