LIGNANO SABBIADORO (UD)
ID 4359 - W01
Overall area: 130 m²
Living area: 90 m²
Construction year: 1974
Energy Class: G
Bathroom: 1 con finestra
Parking space: Included
Heating: Holz / Pellet
Heating Type: Zentral
Lignano Sabbiadoro (UD), Row house
W01 Lignano Sabbiadoro (UD): Beautiful residential house in good condition and strategically good and very quiet location for sale. The golf course, the port and the famous beach can be reached in a few minutes. Lignano Sabbiadoro is the center of the peninsula and consists of numerous hotels, bars, shops and apartments. The quiet and peaceful Lignano Riviera is situated at the mouth of the Tagliamento. In Riviera are located only a few hotels, but several campsites, a golf course and a harbor next to the Tagliamento, described as on of the largest and most considered in Europe. A small recreation oasis! Midst of this oasis is located this spacious, four room Duplex-Apartment with an idyllic, private garden all around.
ABOUT LIGNANO SABBIADORO (UD)
Lignano Sabbiadoro (Italian: [liɲˈɲaːno sabbjaˈdɔːro]; sabbia d'oro means "golden sand" in Italian) is a town and comune within the province of Udine, in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of north-eastern Italy. It is one of the main summer resorts in northern Italy and on the Adriatic Sea coast.
Lignano Sabbiadoro developed in the early 20th century from some hospitality resorts, which at the beginning could be reached only by sea. The first inhabitants came in 1931, after the draining of the nearby marshes. The first road connecting Lignano with the nearby comune of Latisana was built in 1926.
The name Sabbiadoro ("Golden Sand") was added in 1935 for promotional reasons.
Formerly known as simply Lignano, it is divided into three zones, each with its own particular traits: the historic centre, rife with shops and restaurants (Lignano Sabbiadoro itself); the greener area of Lignano Pineta, with lovely gardens and lanes for strolling; and Lignano Riviera, the waterfront, rich in salty sea air and coastal pines.
During World War II, the very last operations of the German navy - involving the evacuation of troops and personnel from Istria... Read more...