VILLA SALE PORTO CERVO PANTOGIA ANNA located in Pantogia, with breathtaking views of the Pevero bay.
The charm and natural beauty of Sardinia meet the modern Italian style at Villa Anna. Located on the hill of Pantogia, just minutes from Porto Cervo, the villa has four bedrooms and offers a spectacular view of the Pevero bay.
Villa Anna consists of: 1 suite with bathroom, walk-in closet, 5 double bedrooms each with bathroom; large living room with dining area and veranda overlooking the sea, spacious kitchen equipped with barbeque and pizza oven; 2 covered parking spaces.
The area around the pool is equipped as an outdoor living and panoramic dining area.
Villa Anna has a massage room with a Turkish bath, a small outdoor gym and a magnificent jacuzzi.
Undisputed capital of the Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo is a district of Arzachena, a town in the Gallura area, with just a few hundred residents.
In the summer, it becomes an extraordinary procession of hundreds of yachts and famous personalities: it is quite likely that you will find yourself in the square, shopping with stars of the cinema and the television.
Every day is a continuous stream of engagements with the international jet set: parties, social events, sports events, golf in particular.
The seaside village emerged around a natural cove that resembles a deer.
The old port dates back to the 1960s, when Prince Karim Aga Khan IV, captivated by the beauty of this stretch of coastline, had a brilliant idea when he decided to buy the lands of this part of Gallura and, together to the Swiss-French set designer Jacques Couelle, and later assisted by several Italian architects, he brought life to this paradise of international elite tourism.
In the 1980s, the work to build the new tourist port began, which is now one of the biggest and best equipped in the Mediterranean (700 boat moorings), headquarters of the Costa Smeralda Yacht Club, organizer glamorous and prestigious regattas.
Walking along the docks, you can admire the moored yachts of rich, famous personalities or you can watch them as they leave the port.
The town of Poltu Celvu (in the language of the Gallura area) was built high up on level ground with respect to the port.
From Piazzetta delle Chiacchiere to the Sottopiazza there is a series of alleys, windows, balconies, built in typical Costa Smeralda style, as well as shops and boutiques selling prestigious designer items, while, all around, you will find the most prestigious restaurants, luxury hotels, the most fashionable clubs, at the centre of the coast’s nightlife, and splendid villas climbing up the surrounding hills, nestled in the Mediterranean scrub.