We booked here for two nights in July as part of a trip around Sardinia. We wanted to explore the wild Costa Verde and enjoy getting off the beaten track and avoiding the tourist crowds. To start with the positive points: The place was small and homely, set in a residential street with views out to the bay. Our room was basic but ideal for us, with a good shower and a fridge and shutters at the window for those that enjoy a lie in. Breakfast was again basic, self service but perfectly adequate with bread rolls, yoghurts, cakes, and a small selection of meats and cheeses. On the downside the area itself isn't great, it seems to be a relatively new purpose built holiday village that isn't attractive and has no character. For such a small place we saw quite a lot of Police cars. There are a couple of small shops in the village centre (5 minute walk) and two pizza bars as well. The beach at the bottom of the hill ( a few of minutes drive) was quiet but had some more beach bars/restaurants and seemed popular with the locals. Apart from that it's a case of driving the coast roads to explore the other beaches which is well worth the time and effort.