Waterfront Villa for sale Porto Rotondo Sal Waterfront villa for…
Contemporary Mediterranean style with lots of privacy.
The Grecale Villa with its soft and elegant lines offers wide indoor and outdoor spaces and a panoramic roof terrace with a breathtaking view of the Gulf.
This beautiful property is located in one of the best locations in Porto Rotondo, a short distance from some beautiful sandy beaches and a few minutes walk from the center of Porto Rotondo, with all its shops, bars and restaurants.
The villa is on one floor and includes a large living room overlooking the veranda for relaxation and outdoor dining, a dining room and kitchen, four bedrooms each with its own bathroom and a large terrace equipped for the relaxation and happy hour.
Adjacent to the main house there is an annexe with a double bedroom and a private bathroom. The property is also equipped with a large swimming pool and a well-kept garden, air conditioning and large dedicated parking lots.
Porto Rotondo is located between the Gulf of Cugnana and the Gulf of Marinella, 13 kilometers north of Olbia.
Together with Porto Cervo, the “capital” of the Costa Smeralda, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the Costa Smeralda. Some of its beaches make up the crown of the Costa Smeralda and its marina offers a safe haven for over 600 boats of all sizes.
The area surrounding Porto Rotondo is divided into three parts: Punta Nuraghe, Punta Volpe and Punta Lada. In the heart of this charming village is the Piazzetta San Marco, a quiet square where locals gather to talk and tourists relax in a quaint bar enjoying their morning coffee.
Ideal for a short holiday or extended stay, Porto Rotondo is a small port with a great reputation and some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere along the coast.
This unpretentious village is home to one of Sardinia’s most authentic travel experiences, largely due to fewer tourists than other well-known destinations.
However, this certainly leaves no room for the “minor” experience as Porto Rotondo allows a marvelous view of the functioning of a coastal village of a small town and maintains an overall immersive local experience for the visitor while still offering all the comforts of the world modern.
It takes its name from the circular nature of the bay on which it was built, Porto Rotondo has a very unique appearance as the port itself is almost entirely closed, while on the outer side of this sheltered bay, you can find the most idyllic beaches and number of exclusive resorts in the middle.
The village is picturesque in every sense and the most notable is the collage of colors of the surrounding area, from the reflection of the sun on the many expensive yachts moored in the port, the beautiful white sand beaches, the turquoise blue of the Mediterranean, the sporadic spaces green and lustful.
Although nearby beaches are often referred to as paradise in appearance, the undulating landscapes and hills that extend outward from the city are as idyllic as they come and leave little wonder about why so many tourists come back on holiday to Porto Round every year.
Developed in the late ’60s by a wealthy Italian aristocrat (Donà delle Rose), this tiny port is now considered a luxury resort that is easily witnessed by the number of expensive yachts in the port, not to mention the increase in hotels or exclusive villas that pop up every year in the surrounding area.
Infused with a large number of fine restaurants with world-class cuisine, delicious coffees serving high-quality coffee blends, a surprisingly lively nightlife and important historical attractions such as the Church of San Lorenzo and an artificial amphitheater, Porto Rotondo has something for all, even if sometimes it comes with a monetary value.
The perfect base for day trips by boat to beaches such as Spiaggia dei Sassi and Punta Asfodelo, Porto Rotondo is a wonderful destination where the natural scenery meets an authentic local village and having made the effort to reach this pocket in the north-east of Sardinia, one thing is certain; you will enjoy all it has to offer from the moment the sun reaches the sand and then remember it for a long time after it has fallen.