Pula destination

on Dec 30, 2013 | 0 comments

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Pula is a small town in the province of Cagliari, which is about 25 km away from the Sardinian main city, who enjoys an enviable location along the south west coast of the Gulf of the Angels. It is an important agricultural center, who doubles its population during the summer months due to tourism, which for the moment cannot be defined mass tourism! Fortunately! Pula is known for its important archaeological area of Nora, whose remains were discovered almost by chance at the end of 800, after a strong storm. The excavations, which continue to this day, have brought to light pieces of ancient history, in fact, the area was inhabited since the nuragico.

Pula has developed after the abandonment of the town of Nora. It is thriving downtown and very active which preserves urban characteristics typical of low Campidano ..
It is also known for the delicacy of its fruit, including figs and delicious tomatoes Camona.

It has over seven miles of white sandy beaches with clear, turquoise waters, each with its own diversity and personality, offering visitors all the services for relaxation, comfort and enjoyment. Cagliari Airport is situated just 40 km, and the presence of resort Internationally recognized as the Forte Village, are a guarantee of the exceptional nature of Pula as vacation destination. The winter climate is so mild that you can experience the enchanting holidays in periods less touristic, giving the chance to live another Sardinia, with colors, flavors, aromas truly surprising.
The real estate market of Pula and the surrounding area is rather limited, according to estimates by site-www.mercato
The number of real estate listings is in fact too low, accounting for only 3% of the total in the province of Cagliari. The average price of flats for sale (2,400 € / m²) is about 8% higher than the regional average price amounted to € 2,200 / m² and is about 12% higher than the provincial average price (€ 2,100 / m²).

According to the estimates of in the month of November 2013 for residential real estate for sale were required on average € 3,522 per square meter, compared with € 4,319 recorded the month of November 2012 (a decrease of 18.45% in a year). These are estimates, there is no surprise that many proposals visible on the web have prices that are quite close to 6-8000 euro per sq.m.! In vacation destinations many elements come into play in the price such as the proximity to the sea, obviously!

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