Our stay in Luras was very good. Lots of space, it's a house. Even a big sunroof, but during the day that was too hot. Inb the evening though, relax! Everything basic, but that's normal. Don't expect big comfort here. There's a fridge, gas stove, oven, (no microwave)but there's bath tub...The house obviously has no airco. We didn't miss it at all. It's stays relatively nicely cool. And the house has history! Very quiet in the village, we could sleep with the windows open. No mosquitos that bothered us. In the village you've got everything you need. Bakery, grocery shop, butcher. If you want more choice, Lidl at 15 minutes, in Tempo Pausania. As from Luras, you can reach either east or west coast, or obviously the northcoast, in approx 45'-60', depending on you choice. Santa Teresa is beautiful, Porto Cervo, wouldn't recommend it. Well, you could have a look there, but it's for the very rich people. We enjoyed our stay, and maybe, we'll return. All along the northern coast we visited: amazing beaches, in June/begin July, not so much people, in summertime probably somewhat crowded, but it's not Benidorm. No appartments/high rise blocks near the beaches here. The Sardinians can be proud that they don't allow this (i'm not sure, but i expect it isn't allowed to build such blocks. Further we visited the cities Olbia, Sassari, Alghero. Keep in mind that some Sardinian drivers are somewhat wreckless, but I got soon used to that.
Nicola was a great host. We had a problem with the water, but a phone call to Nicola, and it was solved. Concerning me, I made a terrible mistake by saying the wrong day for handing over the keys of the house.(I should be ashamed, because his mother waited) Fortunately for me, Nicola was very understanding, and it was solved properly by him (and AirBnb), thanks Nicola!