8 Bed House for sale in Cagliari Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy 8 Bed House £44,918 | €50,000 | $56,425 Request a Currency Exchange Quote Here

A few steps from the center, we sell a single house to be restored.The building, on two levels, is composed of:- ground floor: 3 bedrooms, loggia, kitchen, kitchenette, bathroom and front courtyard;- first floor: bedroom, hallway and terraceSan VitoIt spr

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A few steps from the center, we sell a single house to be restored.The building, on two levels, is composed of:- ground floor: 3 bedrooms, loggia, kitchen, kitchenette, bathroom and front courtyard;- first floor: bedroom, hallway and terraceSan VitoIt spreads over a fertile territory, from which are produced excellent products such as citrus, and dotted with prehistoric sites and industrial archeology.San Vito is a town of just under four thousand inhabitants of the Sarrabus, very tied to the traditions, witnessed by the splendid ancient costume of San Vito.In the Middle Ages the center was part of the judges, first of Cagliari then of Gallura, after passing to Pisa, finally it was conquered by the Aragonese.Starting from the second half of the nineteenth century, along the silver seam of the Sarrabus-Gerrei - the second area by extension of the Geominerario park of Sardinia - the mining activity began: there were about a dozen mining sites that constituted the 'via dell'Argento'.At the beginning of the 20th century a total of more than 1500 miners were working there, two thirds of which were in the Monte Narba mine alone.Inside the Sanvitese civic palace, the La Via dell'Argento museum documents mining history and life through oral sources, documents, photographs and work objects.The churches of San Vito, patron of the town, of San Lussorio, of Santa Maria and of Sant'Ant Antioco are also worth visiting.In the hamlet of San Priamo there is a sanctuary of the XIII century, characterized, inside, by a domu de Janas from which flows a spring from the waters, traditionally, 'miraculous'.Near the church stands the Asoro nuraghe.These are two of the various prehistoric testimonies of the territory.In sa sa Conserva (or Nurasci), traces of a settlement of the final Neolithic have been identified (3200-2800 a.C.), with obsidian and ceramic findings.Other important testimonies are the necropolis at domus de Janas by Pranu Narbonis and the nuraghe Genna Mesa.Various festivals enliven the Sanvitese summer: at the end of July there is the sagra de sa Prazzira and de sa Pezza de Craba, 'typical pizza' and goat meat, accompanied by folk shows and an exhibition-market of typical products.At the end of August, the sagra de su Pisci, with tasting of roasted fish, and in the village of Cursa a su Coccoi, an equestrian joust in which the speeded riders pierce a typical bread, are staged in San Priamo.At the descents of the knights alternate acrovacies of skilled jockeys.The event includes the donkey prize, a show that mainly involves children.The events of Savi are accompanied by the melodious sound of the launeddas, a policalamo instrument whose origins are lost in time.The Luigi Lai Academy now hands down the use of an ancestral Sarrabese tradition.
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