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Dragonfly - 28597 - Villa - Sardinia North and Emerald Coast, Stintino


Really exclusive and unique villa in the North of Sardinia, located opposite to the beautiful island of Asinara; a position that gives privacy (the property occupies an entire peninsula) but at the same time is well connected to the rest of the island. The property has several areas of direct access to the sea and private dock with boat place and ladder for swimming and it is surrounded by a Mediterranean-style garden of 6,000
square meters .
Built in 1960, the villa consists of four buildings, connected by a covered corridor, which converge towards the center of the structure where there is an internal patio, useful on windy days. The furniture, objects and colors are in harmony with each other and with what, with the restructuring made, has remained of the original. In the interior, in fact, have been selected fine furnishings and original materials that revisit the Sardinian style in a contemporary way.
Complete the property a well-equipped wooden veranda overlooking the private patio with wood stove and barbecue, beachfront solarium equipped with deckchairs and tents, an amazing pool with natural sterilization treatment in sea salt, waterfall, jet for swimming against the current, comfortable showers and whirlpool area set in stone walled.
Inside the villa, all around, there are large windows that give a feeling of continuity between the interior and the large garden, creating a single large room.
From the garden, adjacent to the patio, there is the dining room; on the opposite side a serving hatch communicating with the kitchen with 1 bathroom and large pantry; a bright and wide living area overlooking both the large beachfront garden and the patio inside. The space continues in an area of more privacy with a second living room tastefully furnished and embellished by the huge fireplace topped by a beautiful ceiling beams of juniper .
In sleeping area there are 4 double bedrooms with walk-in closet and private bathrooms, overlook an interior patio covered and enjoy, each, private exit to the garden.
On the mezzanine floor of the villa, there is the fifth bedroom also with private bathroom and offers a superb view of the pool, garden and harbor.
In addition it was recently built an exclusive dependence composed by a large living room with large windows overlooking the sea, sea view kitchen with all the amenities, a sleeping area with 2 double bedrooms and 2 large en-suite bathrooms.


    Sardinia North and Emerald Coast

    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.


    Stintino is a coastal town in the Province of Sassari in the Italian region Sardinia, located about 200 kilometres (120 mi) north of Cagliari and about 35 kilometres (22 mi) northwest of Sassari.

    The charming little village of Stintino overlooks the Gulf of Asinara, on the north-eastern coast of Sardinia. It came into existence precisely in 1885, when the families of the fishermen who lived on the Island of Asinara were evicted to make way for the penal colony and were obliged to found a new settlement on Capo Falcone.

    Near the sea at just a few kilometres from the inhabited centre, we find the old tunny factories, which were one of the principal economic sources of the village until the XX century. Today they have been restructured and are used for tourism and recreational activities. Every Summer, the “Tuna Festival” is held in the port, while the “Tunny Factory Museum” displays a collection of documents, objects and models that narrate the life cycle of the tuna fish and illustrate the various phases of the tunny killing.

    To the north the road continues northwards along the coast as far as Capo Falcone, with the tower at the highest point and the two Spanish fortifications of “Pelosa” and the “Isola Piana”. The whole coast of Stintino is edged by spotless beaches, which make this village one of the most famed tourist resorts in the whole of Sardinia. From the Porto Nuovo, it is possible to reach the unspoilt natural oasis of the National Park of Asinara.