Panoramic sea-view villa with pool at only 20m from the sea with direct access immersed in park of 7.500sqm of Mediterranean plants with palms, fruit trees, cactus plants and pleasant stone paths.
The covered terrace, furnished with tables and chairs, and the veranda overlooking the ocean and pool, situated suggestively close to the rocky coastline, is heated in winter. Beside the pool is a Jacuzzi.
The villa of 525sqm is composed by two levels:
1. on the lower: 2 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a laundry;
2. on the first level: wide living room which gives access to the terrace, dining room, kitchen, 6 double bedrooms and 6 bathrooms.
The furnishings, elegant and essential at the same time, with the predominance of light, neutral colors, are embellished with a touch of typical Sardinian style that breathes with particular intensity in the decorations and accessories.
Olbia Airport: 20km ; Cagliari Airport: 250km; Alghero Airport: 190km
Emerald Coast: 20km
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.
Olbia is a city and comune of 58,066 inhabitants (February 2014) in northeastern Sardinia (Italy), in the Gallura sub-region.
The modern and lively town of Olbia was known as “the happy town” by the Greeks and is famous all over the world for its close proximity to the Emerald Coast. It stands on a wide natural gulf whose edges are delimited by the splendid islands of Tavolara and Molara. The Emerald Coast airport lies in this area and continues to record increasing numbers of tourists every year.
The wonderful Romanesque Basilica of San Simplicio, which dates back to the 11th and 12th century, sits on a mount and has been used since Carthaginian times. It is said to have been built atop a Roman temple. Other Olbia tourist attractions include the Church of St. Paul the Apostle and the National Archaeology Museum, although most tourists would argue that the region’s several hundred kilometres of beaches and cliffs of outstanding natural beauty rank as Olbia tourist attractions number one!
The Gallura region surrounding Olbia celebrates many festivals throughout the year and, apart from agricultural festivities surrounding the spring fruit harvest and the September grape harvest, there are also many religious festivals which draw tourists to this part of Sardinia.