Small villa with spectacular panoramic position overlooking the sea of Cala di Volpe, inserted in the prestigious real estate complex. On the ground floor two bedrooms, which can be used as double and/or twin, overlooking the private garden. Two bathrooms with masonry shower cabin, made of glazed terracotta with delicate shades of soft and fresh colors. Floors made with maxi bleached oak planks.
On the first floor living room and dining area with spectacular sea views over the Gulf of Cala di Volpe. Large open-plan kitchen area. Large pergola and covered verandas overlooking the sea. Straw terracotta floors 40x40cm size, bleached ceiling beams, decorative architectural elements of particular aesthetic care. Basement perfectly habitable and finished with the same care and materials as the upper floors with three large rooms and a complete bathroom in enamelled terracotta with masonry shower cubicle. On the ground and first floors, the complete set-up of fixed furniture and furnishings down to the smallest detail is being carried out, taken care of by one of our partners, the most important of the Costa Smeralda, according to a project of great aesthetic value and of the highest standards. requested by local customers and in line with the construction qualities of the most prestigious villas.
Undisputed capital of the Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo is a coastal fraction of the Gallura center of Arzachena, with a few hundred residents. In the summer it becomes an extraordinary and sparkling parade of yachts, yachts and famous people: in the square it is easy to find yourself shopping with movie and television stars. Every day is a continuous alternation of appointments with the international jet set: parties, social life, sporting events, golf in particular.
The seaside village was built around a natural inlet that resembles a deer. The old port dates back to the 1960s, when with a brilliant intuition Prince Karim Aga Khan IV, fascinated by the beauty of the coast, decided to buy the lands of this corner of Gallura and, together with the French scenographer Jacques Couelle – later joined by some Italian architects – to give life to the paradise of elite international tourism. In the Eighties, work began on the construction of the new tourist port, today one of the largest and most equipped in the Mediterranean (700 berths), which for several consecutive years has been awarded the Blue Flag for tourist landings, an award conferred by the Fee (Foundation for Environmental Education) for water quality, services offered and sustainability. The port is home to the Costa Smeralda yacht club, a prestigious club that organizes international sailing regattas. Walking on the quays you will admire the boats of rich characters moored.