Farm Stay Category: B&B Farm Stays, Family Friendly Farm Stays, Horseback Riding Stays, Pet Friendly Farm Stays, and Self Catering Farm StaysFarm Stay Tags: Best Agriturismi in Southern Italy and Sardinia Agriturismo
Agriturismo Sarrabus is a lovely, traditional agriturismo, less than an hour from Cagliari, on the east coast of Sardinia. The food here is a major highlight; their on site restaurant is the perfect place to experience Sardinia’s rich food tradition with much of the ingredients for their traditional recipes coming fresh from their own, or other farms in the local area.
They have a range of cosy self catering cottages to sleep up to four people surrounding the main farmhouse & restaurant. They are basic but clean and comfortable and though, because of the quality of the food in the restaurant, you might find yourself never cooking, you will also have a well equipped kitchenette at your disposal.
Outside the cottages have a little veranda with tables and chairs and there is plenty of space to lounge around in the lawns and among the lovely olive and orange trees, where you’ll also find some slides and swings for the children.
The farm itself produces a variety of fruits, vegetables and herbs which go in to their fresh food as well as keeping Tibetan goats, hens, ducks, rabbits, turtles and even two friendly wild boars. They have horses too and you can bring them out for some lovely horse riding trips around the nearby lagoon and along the sea shore.
You’ll find the agriturismo down some country lanes near the village of San Priamo in this richly rural part of east Sardinia. The sea is just minutes away as is the Stagno dei Colustrai lagoon, which you can explore on horseback, and there are some lovely beaches around too.
The journey from Cagliari should take less than an hour but if you have time on your hands you can take the longer, but more scenic coastal routes.
“Brilliant. This place was an experience. Silvia met us with coffee and Sardinian cookies. It was a lovely stay on the farm with perfect hospitality. There was the sweet scent of orange trees in the air. Both dinner and breakfast was served in the large farm style dining hall. The best idea of all was: All the guests were seated together at a long dining table. So with the wine flowing and delicious food served, everyone got to know each other. We had such a good time….”
“The staff couldn’t have been nicer or more helpful. The evening meals are so filling you need to starve yourself for 24hours to be able to even try all the courses. Wonderful. Great place for children too….”
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