Charming villa a few minutes walk from the beaches .
The property, newly built, takes shape around the large granite rock which shelters the swimming pool and barbecue area, all around the Mediterranean garden. From the solarium great views of Cala di Volpe, Romazzino, La Celvia and Capriccioli.
The villa is composed by two levels: a large hall where the light and the blue sea as protagonists come from the large windows, the kitchen and a small guest bathroom. Two doubles bedrooms and three double bedrooms all with private bathroom. An additional bathroom with a shower and sauna. The master bedroom and two twin rooms have direct access to the garden and pool. A further double room with bath has entrance only from the garden.
It has air conditioning throughout and two safes. Garage for four cars.
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily and before Cyprus) and an autonomous region of Italy. It is located in the Western Mediterranean, just south of the French island of Corsica.
The coastline in the North of the island is much more indented then in the South. There are many small rocky bays and coves and only a few long sandy beaches. The North Eastern part is mountainous, while and the Gallura subregion is characterized by granite cliffs.
In Northeast Sardinia, each tourist destination has its own peculiarities: the Emerald Coast is characterized by a crystal clear sea and a glamorous atmosphere. The La Maddalena Archipelago features a stunning sea and breathtaking views. Santa Teresa Gallura is the closest town to Corsica. Here you can take a ferry to visit Bonifacio.
Emerald Coast in Sardinia, is one of the most beautiful and famous coasts in the world. The emerald-green water of the sea (hence the name), the white-sand beaches nestled in countless bays, the unusual shape of the granite rocks and the craggy mountain ranges covered by centuries-old trees, are all natural features that make Emerald Coast a charming and unique holiday destination.
Driving along the North-western coast of Sardinia, you find Isola Rossa, Stintino and Alghero. These are the most popular tourist destinations, not only for the beaches (which are growing longer every year), but also for the lively nightlife, especially on July and August.
Porto Cervo is an Italian seaside resort in northern Sardinia. It is a hamlet of Arzachena, in the province of Sassari.
Porto Cervo is the main centre and meeting point of the internationally renowned Emerald Coast, one of the most prestigious tourist destinations in the world. Porto Cervo is in the Gallura region, on the northeast coast of Sardinia. Created by Prince Karim Aga Khan, at the end of the 1950s, Porto Cervo was once an exclusive retreat for the international jetset. It is still one of the most luxurious resorts in the world, but with the 2004 opening of Olbia airport, at just a thirty minute drive from Porto Cervo, it has become more widely accessible. The Emerald Coast is, however, an exclusive destination, with designer boutiques, spa, the finest restaurants and exclusive nightspots.
Porto Cervo is a small and picturesque village of soft pastel-coloured buildings, positioned in a natural port surrounded by gentle hills. The land and seascapes are incredibly beautiful, with many islands and the finest beaches.
The Marinas in Porto Cervo have the finest, modern infrastructures to accommodate the very top end of international marine traffic. The East Dock, also known as the Old Port, is part of the village of Porto Cervo, and the New Marina with its modern pontoons at the Marina Village.
In Porto Cervo are so important to visit the Emerald Coast Yacht Club, the Piazzetta and nearby Promenade du Port, Pevero Golf Club and Porto Cervo Tennis Club.