Buttafuoco was the nickname of Francesco Maria Asquer, Viscount of Fluminimaggiore, so named for the impetuous character that he was able to show during the defense of Cagliari from the French between 1792 and 1793 and in other episodes of his adventurous life.
The apartment is situated within one of the palaces of the family Asquer, opposite the Cathedral and the old Town Hall, right on the "plazuela" in the center of the district of Castello, once a hub of city life and scenery of the executions most striking .
Enjoy your stay between small craft shops, restaurants and bars, unique shops and traces of different cultures that have experienced in Sardinia, with the signs of Nuragic in near National Archaeological Museum and the Pisan fortifications from which you can enjoy the magnificent views the city and the Bay of Angels (Golfo degli Angeli).
From here, you can get off with short walks to the commercial center of the city and then, further down towards the harbor.
The apartment consists of one room with a large double bed on a mezzanine, and a kitchen with all the equipment.
It's ideal for a couple or a single.
Zugang für Gäste
The apartment is fully furnished.
The kitchen with induction hob, fridge with ice compartment and a microwave oven, is at your disposal.
Internet access is free and unlimited.
In the bathroom, equipped with a washbasin, shower, toilet and bidet, is available a washing machine and an hairdryer.
The apartment is equipped with air conditioning.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I live on the same floor, if i'm at home it's a great pleasure for me to give you some information about the city and its surroundings.
When i'm not at home, i'm always reachable via email, by phone, via whattsapp.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Access for the disabled is difficult. Sorry about that.
You will not need sheets, towels and beach towels for the beach. The weight of your luggage on the plane will gain;-)
Respect ... and enjoy the sun!
The apartment is suitable for a couple or a single.
It's possible to have a baby bed for children.