VILLA PANTOGIA BONA. Splendid villa that stands on the hill…
VILLA SA JAGA PORTO ROTONDO is a semi-detached villa free on three sides with stunning views just 200 meters from the sea and 2 km from Porto Rotondo.
Inserted in a park of villas with guarded access and private entrance, interesting portion of the villa
semi-detached free on three sides with enchanting sea view. It consists of a central building with 1 double bedroom with en suite bathroom, 1 double bedroom, 1 bathroom, large living room with kitchenette and large covered veranda with spectacular sea view. Panoramic and private terraces with dining area and lounge.Dependance with double bedroom and bathroom.
The property includes a cellar of about 20 square meters, large closet, barbecue area and convenient parking space.
The sale includes an electric minicar that allows access to the beaches and the sea in the area and to the tennis court.
In excellent condition and in a quiet environment, rich in vegetation and granite rocks.
Porto Rotondo is truly the perfect destination for those who love the sea; during the day you will find crystal clear waters and the coast with the fascinating colors of Gallura; at night the most exclusive restaurants and clubs light up the landscape, preferred by many famous people. An almost circular natural inlet, included in the north-eastern part of Sardinia, was the location chosen for PortoRotondo, already baptized by the local “Poltu Ridundu”. A geographical space that lent itself well to being equipped to become a tourist port around which to develop a marine village. It was the Venetian Counts Nicolò and Luigi Donà dalle Rose who undertook to create the port and the village in 1964. Almost everything was built spontaneously, following the inspiration and inspiration of the moment, looking at quality. The idea of the two brothers was that PortoRotondo could become a “milieu” of artists and intellectuals, and the first to respond to the invitation were the sculptors Andrea Cascella and Giancarlo Sangregorio. The first created the meeting point of the vacationers: Piazzetta San Marco. The second built instead the small square of the fishermen’s dock “Vecchia Darsena”. Twenty-eight master Gallurese stonemasons worked the granite that was used by Andrea Cascella to shape the square, the staircase, the facade of the Church of San Lorenzo, its megalithic cross and the altar