Porto Laconia, a Residence on the sea of Sardinia.
The best period of the year in TANCA MANNA village:
from APRIL 15th to APRIL 30th
from MAY 15th to MAY 30th
from JULY 6th to AUGUST 6th
A residence nestled in the green meadows and the beautiful Mediterranean maquis that in spring becomes the sunniest yellow mimosa and broom, and along with myrtles and junipers, with their colours and fragrances and which is the very image of Sardinia.
This 4 stars resort is RCI (Resort Condominiums International) affiliated and is located about 300 meters from the beach. It has a parking space and WIFI.
It is a few kilometers from the most famous places in Sardinia: Palau, Punta dell’Orso, Baia Sardinia and all the major towns of the Costa Smeralda (Poltu Quatu, Liscia di Vacca, Porto Cervo, Capriccioli, Porto Rotondo etc.).
It has a small children playground, a supermarket, a small square for evening entertainment, shops, tobacconists and newsdealer, bar and restaurant.
this village offers a 5 bed apartment (plus a sofa bed and therefore could accommodate 7 people) which consists of a sitting room (overlooking a furnished terrace with sea view) furnished with a table, chairs, a sofa bed, a TV and a telephone; a kitchenette, sink and refrigerator; a three quarter bathroom; a double bedroom with en suite bathroom; a twin bedroom and a single bedroom.
All rooms are furnished.
The condominium expenses include the payment of the IMU (Municipal Property Tax) and hotel services, which consist of the supply of table and bathroom linen which are changed MID-WEEK, and occur at the same time with the CLEANING OF THE APARTMENT, as well as bed linen which is changed weekly. The kitchen has all the necessary dishes (plates, glasses, cutlery, coffee cups, milk cups, cookware, etc.). The consumption of gas, electricity and water is included in the condo fee. The latter could vary, for the entire period of the timeshare, between 2,200 and 2,500 Euros per year.
The Portolaconia Residence is a complex comprising 106 apartments laid out in terraced blocks, each apartment having its own independent entrance.
Residence In the green meadows and the beautiful maquis of Gallura
Portolaconia Residence was built in the 1980s and embodied the dream of transforming a large, unpolluted piece of land – in the Sardinian language “Tanca Manna” – into an ideal location for holidays and relaxation.
The Residence is part of the “Tanca Manna Village” complex. The centre of the whole complex, its beating heart, is the Piazzetta, a meeting place for guests and that offers shops of all kinds: bars, an ice cream parlour, a deli, a supermarket, a newsagent, a tobacconist, a Sardinian handicrafts shop and a laundrette. All the services you need to spend a relaxing and carefree holiday.
The force of Portolaconia Residence is its location: you can reach the beach in front of the village on foot in few minutes. If you love water sports, here you can do windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, scuba diving and snorkelling. If you prefer other kinds of sports then there’s also tennis, horse riding and golf nearby.
If you want to discover even more of this amazing island, you can venture out on boat trips and reach the Archipelago of La Maddalena or the island of Corsica. You can also go on hiking trips in the nearby countryside and discover our ancient traditions: nuraghi, tombs of the giants and small hamlets where time seems to have stopped.
Portolaconia Residence tips: what to visit
Cannigione is a small hamlet just a few kilometres away from the residence. Here you can find all the most important facilities you may require: a post office, banks, restaurants, bars, newsagents, tobacconists and many other shops for all your purchases.
We recommend a nice evening stroll alongside the harbour or amongst the local artisans’ stalls.
How to get to Cannigione:
Exit the village and turn right. Take the main road and after several minutes, you will reach the village
A fascinating theory states that this part of the island was once inhabited by the Lestrigoni people, allegedly confronted by Ulysses in one of the chapters of the Odyssey. The place name Arseguen, in fact, could be of Greek origin.
Whatever its origin, Arzachena is a fascinating town and absolutely not to be missed, thanks to its many attractions: the Mushroom rock, the churches of Santa Maria della Neve, St. Lucia and St. Peter, the nuraghe Albucciu, the nuragic complex of Malchittu, the tomb of the giants of Coddu Vecchju and the nearby nuraghe La Prisgiona.
If you prefer museums, then we recommend a visit to the “Time Box”, the smallest museum in Italy, in just a few square meters it encloses all the history of Arzachena and the “Labenur” museum, a recently opened site, housed in Arzachena’s old railway station, which encompasses the archaeological history of the area. By contacting the “Labenur” museum, you can personalize guided tours in the area.
Arzachena is also the ideal place for an evening stroll through the artisan shops or attending on of the many cultural events that the town organizes each summer to entertain an ever-growing number of tourists.