Villa Cala di Volpe Bear is a single property of 300 sqm commercial and 2500 sqm garden. The villa, on one level, consists of a large lounge with offset levels with dining area and exit to a beautiful covered sea-view veranda, kitchen, three double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom, guest bedroom with bathroom, a room for personal service with bathroom and laundry, service bathroom, swimming pool, solarium with jacuzzi, air conditioning in all rooms, sat tv and wi-fi.
Porto Cervo is a fraction of the Gallura town of Arzachena, with few hundred residents. In the summer it becomes an extraordinary parade of hundreds of renowned yachts, yachts and celebrities: in a small square you will find yourself shopping with the stars of cinema and television. Every day there is a constant alternation of appointments with the international jet set: parties, worlds, sporting events, golf in particular.
The village on the sea has risen around a natural creek that reminiscent of a deer. The old harbor dates back to the sixties, when Prince Karim Aga Khan IV, enthralled by the beauty of the coastline, decided to buy the lands of this corner of Gallura with an ingenious intuition and, together with the Swiss-French designer Jacques Couelle , then flanked by some Italian architects, to give life to the paradise of international elite tourism. In the eighties, construction work began on the new marina, one of the largest and most equipped Mediterranean (700 berths), the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, the organizer of fascinating and prestigious regattas. Walking on the docks you can admire the marinas and yachts of famous celebrities or watch the show of their departure from the harbor.
The center of Poltu Celvu (in Gallurese) is built on a mezzanine floor with respect to the harbor. From the square of Chats to the Underpass is a set of lanes, windows, balconies, built in the style of the Costa Smeralda, and shops and boutiques with prestigious signatures, while all around the most prestigious restaurants, luxury hotels, fashionable, center of the nightlife of the coast, and the beautiful villas climb up to the surrounding hills, immersed in the Mediterranean macchia. In design, the prince and his collaborators thought they could create an architecture that would keep the continuity with the typical Gallurese as perfect as it was in the environment: it was the key to success. With regard to architecture, do not miss the beautiful Stella Maris church, the work of the architect Michele Busiri Vici, overlooking Porto Cervo Marina.