Limolo B&B and houseYour accommodation with the style of the sea
Limolo B&B is in the old Cabras fishermen district, set between the pond and St. Mary church tra lo stagno e la Chiesa di Santa Maria. You can access it through two entrances (10 via Messina and and 56 Cesare Battista, respectively).
Our guests are accommodated in two typical Campidanese houses, which were renovated by means of wood, stone, glass, iron and other eco-friendly, natural materials. (Read restoration’s full story)
In accordance with their owner’s love for travelling, sailing and the sea, the houses are in the sailor-like style. They have got inner gardens embellished with roses, plants and Mediterranean scents. You can happily rest in the shade of citrus trees there.
Director Laura Bispuri chose the recently bought part of the building to shoot some scenes from her film “Figlia mia”. Starring Valeria Golino, Alba Rowhrwacher and Sara Casu, “Figlia mia” is the only Italian film included in the 2017 Berlin Film Festival and the only award-winning Italian film in International Film Festivals.
B&B’s program includes breakfast.
A great sailing and outdoor activities lover, the owner of Limolo is at the head of Limolo Activities, a sports association devoted to eco-friendly active tourism. You can either gain information about trips, points of interest and anything necessary to your stay or take part in typical activities of the Association.
We often have cooking lessons featuring local products.
Our Bed & Breakfast is available; you can rent the whole house too.
Find which accommodation suits you the most.
Gineprina (the passion for the wood)
A small, lovely room, it’s named after a juniper trunk, which was found at the sea and immured during the restoration. You can still smell the resin of the trunk years later…
Cobs. Love for natural materials.
This can either act as a double or triple room where necessary. Obtained from the old shed, it overlooks the most hidden part of the garden. Its interior design is…
Love for the “Costa” (Cuelle and Vietti’s era)
This room acted as the oil and wine storehouse. Even though it’s the most beautiful and largest room in the B&B now, we still call it this way…