This beautiful villa is located in a tranquil and private position within the Porto Cervo Marina on Sardinia’s Smeralda Coast.
Only 350m from a white sandy beach, This villa is understated elegance: immaculately white with spacious living areas and floor to ceiling windows that create a sense of continuity between inside and outside. The villa which is set over two floors and includes an external guest house, enjoys exceptional island views and is set in fantastic landscaped gardens with generous outdoor spaces, verandas and terraces.
BATHROOMS & BEDROOMS
1 master bedroom with king sized bed, plasma TV, en-suite bathroom, private terrace
2 queen double dedrooms with en-suite bathrooms with shower
1 queen double bedroom with TV, en-suite bathroom with shower
1 queen double with en-suite bathroom
1 twin double with en-suite bathroom
1 extra bedroom, two bunk beds, en-suite bathroom with shower-suitable for guests bringing staff
Swimming pool 15 m x 4 m (49.050 ft x 13.080 ft)
Landscaped sea view gardens
Al fresco dining area for 10
2 verandas with furniture
Parking for 3 cars
SERVICES & INCLUSIONS
Change of bed lined once per week
Change of bath and pool linen twice per week
Daily cleaning of the house
Prince Karim Aga Khan created Costa Smeralda or “the Emerald Coast” as an exclusive area for the enjoyment of the heads of International high society.
The name is inspired by the azure colour of the sea and a glorious coastline that stretches 55km (34 miles) and has more than 80 beautiful bays, ravishing rocky coves and stunning sandy beaches such as the famous Capriccioli beach, the Spiaggia di Principe and Baia Sardinia.
The Costa Smeralda won a World Travel Award for Europe’s Leading Beach in 2007 and 2008 as voted by travel agents worldwide. Porto Cervo is the heart of the Emerald Coast and of the fashionable society which frequents it (think super rich international businessmen, A list celebrities and models).
Porto Cervo comprises a village area and a Marina. Shopping, boutiques and luxury restaurants are the norm at Porto Cervo, but so too is yacht admiring.
The famous Yacht Club is a port of call for the most beautiful yachts of the Mediterranean and Porto Cervo has hosted some of the most important and prestigious sailing competitions such as the Sardinia Cup, the Swan Cup, the Veteran Boat Rally and the Maxi Yacht Rolex. The night life is active and glamorous with trendy bars and renowned clubs.
Away from the overt displays of luxury, and more in-land (and out of high season), this area retains its Sardinian rugged charm and sheer Italianness: sample porceddu, slow-cooked suckling pig stuffed with myrtle whilst gazing up at the infinite stars in a jet balck night sky- bliss.
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