Apartment for sale in Porto Rotondo with direct access to…
Punta Lada, Porto Rotondo, OT, Italia
VILLA PORTO ROTONDO SWEET is a beautiful villa for sale in Porto Rotondo
Beautiful villa for sale in Porto Rotondo in the exclusive and renowned Punta lada area with direct access to the beach of Marina Piccola. Set in a beautiful garden of about 3,000 square meters, the villa develops on 2 levels with a large living room with dining area and dining area and elegant veranda overlooking the marina bay with beautiful views of the island of Tavolara. The living area is completed with a large professional kitchen with veranda and court on the back that ensures great privacy and comfort. Always on the first level the villa has 2 large master bedrooms with ensuite bathroom while the lower floor consists of 2 double bedrooms with bathroom, 1 twin bedroom with bathroom, 1 room with bathroom and pantry. They complete the covered parking spaces and garage with excellent technical space. Prestige location and unique view of the proximity to the sea.
Porto Rotondo is truly the perfect destination for those who love the sea; during the day I find the crystal clear waters and the coast with the fascinating colors of Gallura; at night, the most exclusive restaurants and clubs illuminate the scenery, favored by many celebrities. An almost circular natural inlet, included in the northeastern part of Sardinia, was the chosen resort for PortoRotondo, already baptized by the “Poltu Ridundu” premises. A geographic space that was well suited to be equipped to become a marina around which to develop a seaside village. They were the Venetian Counts Nicolò and Luigi Donà dai Rose to engage in 1964 to create the port and the village. Much was built spontaneously, following the inspiration and excitement 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 was the meeting point for the holidaymakers: Piazzetta San Marco. The second was the square of the “Old Darsena” fisherman’s dock.