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Via Punta Lada, 63, 07026 Porto Rotondo OT, Italia
This beautiful property restored this year enjoys a beautiful sea view over the enjoyment of Marinella. All environments have controllable conditioners with domotics, internal and external alarms with cameras, all bathrooms are marble, flos lights, honey appliances and all bathrooms are in marble brown emperador except the daytime living area that is in Carrara marble backlit , All rooms have Sony 55 4K Inch TVs and Sony Living Room 65 inches 4K. The house has 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. All the bathrooms are in glass smoke with showers. The outside are resin as well as the entire pool and jacuzzi and glass parapets are set around the entire pool.
Porto Rotondo (Poltu Rutundu in Gallurese, Poltu Ridundu in Sardinian) [no source] is a fraction (Rudalza Porto Rotondo) in the municipality of Olbia. It is one of the most important locations of Sardinian tourism. Along with Porto Cervo, Porto Rotondo is famous for being frequented during the summer season by the Italian and international jet set.
Around the original structure, started in 1964 by Venetians Luigi and Nicolò Donà dalle Rose, in the framework of an initiative by a group of entrepreneurs, including Vittorio Cini and the British banker George Frank, were timeshares, residences and villas built , during the summer, welcome 20,000 guests with a peak of 32,000 in August. For the remainder of the year, the Comprension records a fixed presence of one thousand residents. It is clear that Portorotondo architecture resurfaces the structure of Venice, not by chance the main square was named Piazzetta San Marco.
Comprising between the Gulf of Cugnana and Marinella, the Comprensorio extends for 500 hectares and has as its reference point a well-equipped port with the availability of 800 berths.
It is part of the province of Sassari and is located in the northeast of Sardinia, a few kilometers from Olbia, Golfo Aranci, Palau and Arzachena and behind the Gulf of Marinella.