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Sardinia is not only crystal-clear sea and sandy beaches. Enjoy a stay in the heart of the island at the comfortable Hotel Sandalia, located at the gateway of Nuoro. Super friendly staff, very clean, excellent location, great breakfast... for a family it was just great
Hotel Grillo is in the historic center of Nuoro surrounded by shops and restaurants. It is a 13-minute walk from the Nuoro Train Station. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. Very nice quiet room, friendly staff, close to the old town. Nice breakfast. We were happy with the restaurant in the hotel, because it was nothing else in the neighborhood. We could leave the car in front of the door. Fast Wi-fi in the room.
Nughe 'e' Oro Guesthouse is in Nuoro center, just outside the limited traffic area. Its rooms are decorated with furniture handmade by local artists. Carla and Max were very open and welcoming. They set out a delicious breakfast. The beds were extremely comfortable.
Offering free Wi-Fi and free parking, these design apartments lie in the center of Nuoro, 1804 feet from the Museum of Ethnography. Great choise in Nuoro. Parking is easy. There is access to laundry room. The room was clean and spacious. The staff was friendly and helpful. A good restaurant is 30seconds walk. Groceries and bars are nearby.
Terry's House provides air-conditioned rooms in Nuoro. Among the facilities at this property are room service and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The room is really good with a wonderful Italian shower. Valentina is really friendly, she helps us to make a reservation for a restaurant. The location it’s great, close to restaurants and bars.
Erbas Bed and Breakfast is located in Nuoro. Free private parking and free WiFi are available on site. Every room at this bed and breakfast is air conditioned and is equipped with a flat-screen TV. Located in a quiet side street of the historical centre of Nuoro, this is a friendly place with spacious rooms and access to a shared kitchen and garden. The owner (whom I did not meet in person) and his associate provided very useful advice concerning restaurants and places of interest.
Set inside Monte Ortobene Park, Casa Solotti is at an altitude of 2690 feet. Just 2.5 mi from Nuoro, this country house offers a peaceful location and a 9843 ft² garden. Parking is free. Very friendly and helpful hosts. Big and comfortable room. Great breakfast served on a terrace with a beautiful view.
Offering a terrace, B&B Pascal House Nuoro_IUN E5016 is located in Nuoro. Every room has a flat-screen TV. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. Pascal is probably the most hospitable host that I ever encountered. He made sure that everything was to your liking and went the extra mile. This ranged from giving tips on what to do in the neighborhood to playing the music of the concert you visited the night before during breakfast. The breakfast itself was amazing, freshly prepared by Pascal himself! Finally, the property was central enough to put the rest of the city at walking distance, and the room was modern and well maintained. Exceptional value for money.
Coros features accommodations in Nuoro. The accommodations set 492 feet from Ospedale San Francesco hospital also offers free WiFi. All units in the guest house are fitted with a coffee machine. Excellent location with plenty of parking and restaurants around. I've received an excellent prompt response and cordiality from the staff. Due to personal circumstances, I did a very last minute booking and late check-in and the host has been excellent and very helpful with his prompt response and communication. I would highly recommend it.
Festival of Christ the Redeemer is well worth attending (end of August) - parades and traditional dancing and musci. Also hike up to the statue of the same name is beautiful. Interesting ethnographic museum to visit.
Shopping typical Sardegna products. MAN modern art museum. Satta square with Nivola sculptures. Unfortunately partly occupied by a restaurant tables. Great food. Negative: very incomplete road directions, problem if driving your car.
Nuoro is beautiful once you get past the wall of concrete surrounding the old town. Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi is the main old street. Beautiful sights from pParvo Di Colle Sant’Onofrio. Nuoro is small and you could see it in 2 days.
The town is a grand old place with many things to visit. Little nooks and crannies everywhere. A few museums, would highly recommend the ‘Grazia Deledda’ museum, didn’t have time for the others, and a drive up to ‘IESU CHRISTO DEO RESTITUTE’ The views are amazing for any budding photographers. The restaurant we visited was called ‘Su Nugoresu’, which does wood fired pizza, beautiful and not overpriced. Also, a visit to Brewpub Trulla, where Antoni and Gabriella will make you highly welcome. They does close in the afternoon but open for lunch and evening meals. Good solid Sardinian food with properly brewed Sardinian beer, it’s a little out of the centre, but would disappointing to miss. Would recommend a smaller car (polo/golf) as the streets a little on narrow side, we succeeded with a VW Touran, but was a little hard times. Just off Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi was a little bar (Igrani) which also did bottles from Marduk Brewery, whom are farmers and grow their own hops. Worth a visit. A smattering of Italian or Sardinian will go along way, p’s and q’s Are enough though.
I have friends in Nuoro. We love to visit Mount Ortobene when I visit Nuoro. Beautiful scenery. I used the bus service to visit Orgosolo and Gavoi and Deplano from Olbia. All good services to explore. Seaside is not to far to visit. Nuoro is excellent location for exploring. Nice city. I will be back.
Nuoro has a long and interesting history - there are several museums, including a costume museum, which are worth visiting. The town is set in a valley, with high mountain peaks in the background. Unfortunately, it is not very easy to access by public transport from either the west or east coasts, but it is certainly possible to do so. Staying for two nights is probably enough time to get a feel for the place.