VILLA NOLU PORTO ROTONDO is a historic single villa for sale in Porto Rotondo near the famous and beautiful IRA beach.Renowned single villa, just 100 meters from the splendid Ira Beach, with swimming pool and set in a marvelous garden with typical vegetation of the place and lawn. The property has private access from an access road closed to traffic and regulated by an anti-parking bollard. Villa on one level composed of double living room, kitchen, 5 bedrooms with direct access to the outside and to the relaxation areas, 4 bathrooms and a loft with 2 rooms. The property includes large verandas and open-air loggias where you can live in close contact with nature, technical rooms, laundry and storage rooms. The style is old, dating back to the 70s, but the construction and atmosphere has all the charm and elegance that have characterized the birth of a reality as a round port and an emerald coast. Ira Beach is easily reachable on foot as you leave the property and go directly to the path that leads to the sea. Energy Class E
Porto Rotondo is truly the perfect destination for those who love the sea; during the day he discovers it with crystal clear waters and the coast with the fascinating colors of the Gallura; at night the most exclusive restaurants and clubs light up the panorama, preferred by many celebrities. An almost circular natural inlet, included in the north eastern part of Sardinia, was the chosen location for Porto Rotondo, already named by the locals “Poltu Ridundu”. A geographical space that lent itself well to being equipped to become a tourist port around which to develop a marine village. In 1964 the Venetian Counts Nicolò and Luigi Donà dalle Rose committed themselves to creating the port and the village. 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 for vacationers: Piazzetta San Marco. The second created the little square of the “Vecchia Darsena” fishermen’s dock. Twenty-eight masters of Gallura 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.