Treballu Rural Community Hub

rural coworking and coliving space

Treballu is a new rural coworking and coliving space in one of the most wonderful villages of the central Sardinia (Italy), born from the meeting and creativity of people and professionals experienced in international projects and in building collaborative partnerships.

In the heart of the village we have built a space designed to find inspiration, regenerate yourself, improve your productivity or complete your project surrounded by nature, together with other professionals and a young and dynamic community.

Treballu is located in the historical heart of the village, next to Aymerich Palace (now Menhir Museum) and less than five minutes walking from the largest urban park in Sardinia (22 hectares). 150 square meters of modern and cosy spaces, built on a house that is one hundred years old, with a large courtyard and a large open-space inside.

Every corner of Treballu is designed and built in order to let you work, relax or spend fun moments together with other local and international like-minded people.

The space is entirely covered by Wi-Fi internet connection.

Prices

The minimum daily price to stay in Treballu is 25€ per day, for a minimum stay of one week in shared room, and includes breakfast, use of kitchen, accommodation, cleaning, use of coworking, internet wifi.

The price may increase if you choose to stay less than a week or if you require more services such as airport pickup.

The maximum price for digital nomads will not exceed, in any case, 35€ per day.

Coliving Prices

Time Private room Shared room

Per Day

35 Euros

25 Euros

Per Week

Per Month

Special Prices for Groups

Special Prices for Longer Periods

Scheduled Activities

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