Villa Punta Lada is located in Porto Rotondo in one of the most important area … Punta Lada. It was built respecting the environment with beautiful sea views and surrounded by a garden of about 2000 sqm with palm trees and Mediterranean plants.
The property sits on a hill at 200 meters from the sea in a central-area higher than Villa Certosa (the villa of Burlusconi) estate and comes with independent access with automatic gate and pedestrian entrance. Easy access to the sea through a consortium area with park and swimming pool. There is also a private beach with jetty for mooring boats.
The villa has a living surface of about 550 square meters and is divided as follows:
Ground floor; entrance, large covered terrace with sea views, large living room, dining area, indoor kitchen and outdoor kitchen, master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom.
Lower floor; 4 bedrooms with private entrance from the garden each with bathroom and living room, 2 bedrooms each with bathroom overlooking the porch, 2 twin bedrooms, each with bathroom, used for staff.
The property includes a large gazebo with large windows on all four sides, surrounded by a green garden, used for dinners and entertainment, a service room and a covered area for car parking.
Porto Rotondo is truly the perfect destination for those loving the sea. During the day it is surrounded by the crystal clear waters and the coast, with the fascinating colours of the Gallura, at night the landscape is a light with the most exclusive clubs and restaurants.
The circular natural creek in the north east of Sardinia was the ideal site chosen to build Porto Rotondo, already dubbed by locals “Poltu Ridundu”. A geographical space that became an equipped marina around which to develop a marine village.
It was Venetian Nicolo Conti and Luigi Dona dalle Rose who committed themselves in 1964 to create the port and the village. Almost everything was built spontaneously, following the inspiration of the moment.
The idea of the two brothers was that Porto Rotondo would 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 one created the meeting point of holiday encounters: Piazzetta San Marco, and the second one created the little square of the fishermen’s dock “Old Dock”.
Today Porto Rotondo is one of the most important resorts in the Mediterranean tourism. During the summer season, it takes about 20,000 visitors, and in August up to 30000 .