This wonderful villa is surrounded by a garden with direct access to private beach, in a total area of 7500sqm.
The location is quite and the house has a total privacy.
The villa is composed by: a large living room with many windows with sea view, a bathroom for guests, a very equipped kitchen, with direct access to BBQ area and outdoor table.
The sleeping area is divided in two parts: the main one has 1 master bedroom, with private bathroom and private terrace with sea view.
Then there are other 2 bedrooms with 1 bathroom. The second part is composed by 2 double bedrooms and 1 twind bedroom, 3 bathrooms.On the ground floor there is a laundry, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms for the staff.
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.
The peninsula draws its name from its peculiar shape remindful of a horse’s tail. From the summit of Coda Cavallo (108 metres above sea level), which can easily be reached with a short walk, the eye encompasses a breathtaking all-round view of one of the most notable coastal area in the whole Mediterranean.
The road to the Cape unwinds through hundreds of hectares of unspoilt vegetation. Pine trees, laurel, juniper, lentisk, myrtle, lilies, mediterranean colours, primeval penetrating scents.
White beaches, little bays, rocks, cliffs, small islands, lagoons. Never ending. No matter how hard you try, you’ll never see them all: they are never crowded, often desert. With any wind, you will always find a bay of calm waters, either on the south coast or on the north side.
The famous Sardinian Sea. The infinite shades of transparent water. The towering sight of Tavolara island. And the isles Molara, Molarotto, Lu Furru and Isola Rossa right in front of you. Underwater, a whole world to discover: all kind of fish, sea stars, shells, coloured sea weeds, precipitating cliffs, caves and even archeological remains.