Living in Posada, an ancient village surrounded by spectacular nature

People who choose to living in Posada can admire beautiful landscapes and enjoy sandy beaches with clear waters. The old town centre, built on a spur of limestone rock, is characterized by charming alleys, arches, picturesque staircase and all around ancient gray stone houses under the shadow of the medieval castle “Castello della Fava”.

Every corner of this amazing place is perfect for those who need a relaxing atmosphere, with a combination of old and modern. This is because the area offers several opportunities for great nightlife and at the same time impressive landscapes to explore. There are a number of beaches close to the village, all of them are of great natural interest, such as Posada beach that have achieved the first place of the ranking Guida Blu 2013 of Legambiente.

Living in Posada offers the opportunity to visit the wild and unspoilt nature of the inland, where day-trippers can choose from a range of itineraries with varying levels of difficulty, mainly suitable for people who do not practice sport activities. For those who are looking for a place where spending hot summer days by the sea, Posada represents the perfect choice. The shallow waters are suitable for families with children, and there is also the opportunity to enjoy long stretches of white sand surrounded by dunes, such at “Capo Comino” beach, or pebbles softened by the sea, such as at the popular “Spiaggia dei Confetti”.

If you wish to relax in the shadow of a pine forest, Santa Lucia, close to the village of the same name, is the ideal place. In Posada the climate is generally mild and temperate all year round, with no significant temperature changes. This makes Posada the best destination for tourists and for who want to live here permanently. Roads and infrastructure are recently expanded and allow to quickly connect the village to Olbia, far away less than 50 kilometres, and Nuoro easily reachable within 40 minutes. Posada is ideally situated for visiting the inland and discovering the ancient traditions of the island, including festivities, patron saint festivals and events where you can taste the famous specialities of Sardinia’s cuisine.

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