Villa Punta Lada Elba is located in Porto Rotondo Punta Lada in the exclusive residential area of Porto Rotondo. The property is not far from the building of Marina Piccola where 2 beds and an umbrellas on the beach are reserved for its guests.
The villa has a magnificent view of the Gulf of Marinella and a very spacious garden. The property is 300 square meters, with 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and a room with bathroom for the staff, pool and large garden.
The house was recently renovated with high quality materials like marble floor of Orosei. The villa is located 10 minutes by car from the center of Porto Rotondo and the beaches.
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 colors of the Gallura, at night the landscape is lighten up by the most exclusive clubs and restaurants where many celebrities can be easily met.
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. The second one realized 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 even 30,000.
Beautiful beaches surround its marina that provides mooring for more than 650 vessels of all sizes. The territory is divided into three “focal points”: Punta Nuraghe, Punta Volpe and Punta Lada.