Located on the Costa Smeralda of Sardinia a 150 sq. m luxury villa nestles hidden away within the gardens of the most exclusive premier deluxe hotel in Porto Cervo; the holiday retreat of the super-rich and famous and a resort renown for an array of worldclass shopping and restaurants and a glamorous nightlife. This lovely property nestles under shady pines and sits 300m from the shore of the estate’s private beach and presents a luxurious sprawl of cool, open spaces and reclusive corners perfect for hot summer afternoon siesta.
Its contemporary Mediterranean interior design is a lovely use of local materials coordinated with pastels and beige to create a symbiotic connection of continuity to outside; the outlook of a shimmering emerald sea. The expansive terrace and garden includes the extraordinary bonus of two heated swimming pools of varying size, plus an outdoor Jacuzzi.There are 2 modern spacious double-bed bedrooms en suite and 1 single suite for up to 5 guests and it is a luxury villa arranged for the enjoyment of all forms of Mediterranean life in the open. On the villa’s main terrace can top up on your quota of tanning and summer bliss in the beautiful garden, in which pine trees, shrubs and flowers provide aromatic sensations and some shady spots in which you can lie back and relax.
Guests can enjoy top of the range technology and hotel amenities, as they rest in private bliss pampered by the added luxury of a personal butler to fulfil all your needs and requests at any hour of the day. An exclusive luxury villa, all the more heavenly by its location and setting, is an ideal holiday destination for couples or a small family and seasoned traveller who fully appreciates and enjoys sociable al fresco living. It is a private retreat, awash with the tranquil, restful aura of a secluded idyll that is in stark contrast to bustling, enticing pleasures that await in Porto Cervo.
Sardinia, a large island in the Mediterranean Sea, has nearly 2,000km of coastline, sandy beaches and a mountainous interior popular for hiking. Its rugged landscape is dotted with thousands of “nuraghi” – ruins of mysterious Bronze-age stone structures shaped like beehives.