APARTMENT PORTO CERVO LE VELE REF.D is a very comfortable property designed with contemporary and refined style featuring solutions towards superior energy saving thanks to the high quality of the materials used.
The apartment is located in a quiet and prestigious area on the hill adjacent to Porto Cervo. The property is sets on the second floor of the complex and has a large panoramic terrace and porch with views across the entire harbor of Porto Cervo and all over the Maddalena Archipelago. The apartment shares with the remaining four solutions belonging to the same complex a large terrace placed on the first floor provided with swimming pool and sun beds for relaxing in the sun. On the ground floor there is a large double garage as well as a glass lift providing vertical access to the apartment. The apartment has an area of 150 square meters, it is equipped with 3 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and is also provided with small garden and laundry
Porto Cervo (Poltu Celvu in gallura, Portu Chervu in sardinian) is part of the municipality of Arzachena, in the province of Olbia-Tempio in north-eastern Sardinia.
It is the main center of the Costa Smeralda and has a resident population of less than 500 inhabitants.
It is a very well know holiday resort. The center is built on a mezzanine floor over the harbor, with its famous square, shops, boutiques, restaurants, hotels, clubs and villas are found in the surrounding hills.
The Old Harbour dates back to the sixties, when Prince Karim Aga Khan IV, who was fascinated by the beauty of this stretch of coast, decided to buy the poor lands of this part of Gallura, and together with the greatest architects of the time, including Luigi Vietti, he hired top French and Italian architects to fashion, from scratch, an ersatz medieval-Moorish village (the town of Porto Cervo). He brought in Robert Trent Jones to conjure a world-class golf facility, the Pevero Golf Club, he also erected an exclusive yacht club with Prince Rainier of Monaco, giving life to the élite international tourism paradise as it is known today.