Villa and house rentals in Sardinia
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- Costa Paradiso
Three-room villa in a high position in the famous Costa Paradiso village between Santa Teresa and the Sardinian castle. the house is immersed in the Mediterranean scrub and enjoys a spectacular view from west to east first and fourth quadrant of the Rose of the Winds you see sunrise and sunset! there is a fully equipped kitchen, a double bedroom a covered veranda with sofa bed and single bed. a bathroom with shower. Outside solarium with wooden sitting area, barbecue, shower, sink and washing machine.
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At 200 meters from Portofrailis beach, near the Red Rocks, expect a unique experience! After a day sailing or by the beach, you can relax with a drink in our scenic swimming pool near one of the most beautiful beaches in Ogliastra. Our loft is perfect for couples looking for privacy and relax! Discover the excitement of a night swim in an exclusive use swimming pool, in front of a fireplace... no 5 stars hotel can offer you a similar experience!
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- Loiri Porto San Paolo
"Sardiniaseavillas" Villa Maestrale. Directly on the beach of Porto Taverna, inside a fenced pine forest, detached house with direct access to the beach through a bridge for private use that crosses the nearby natural oasis. Crystal clear water and white sand will take you to a sea that is suitable for children. It does not include the cost of cleaning (€100) and linens (€25 per person).
Apartments in Sardinia
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Your guide to Sardinia
All About Sardinia
Travel to Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, and you’ll be immersed in a truly cinematic setting. The famous Costa Smeralda, or Emerald Coast, offers picturesque greenish-turquoise waters set against soft white sandy beaches and coves. Thousands of nuraghe — ancient towering stone structures built during the Bronze Age and unique to Sardinia — are scattered throughout the Italian island.
In the capital city of Caligari, you can wander the cobblestone streets of the Old Quarter, visit the historic architectural gem Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Castello, or take in the birds-eye views of the island from the Bastione di San Remy. The city’s main beach, Poetta, is the longest on the island and offers postcard-perfect views of the Golfo di Quartu, the hills of the Sella del Diavolo, and nearby ponds populated by pink flamingos. Or meander through Algero, another of Sarinia’s star attractions, to explore an ancient city bordered by golden walls built in the 16th century.
How do I get around Sardinia?
Sardinia’s main airport is Cagliari Elmas (CAG). It’s the best option if you’re looking to explore the southern region. From here, trains run to the city centre every 20 minutes. You may also opt to take a taxi to your villa on Sardinia. When it comes to exploring the island, there are plenty of public buses and trains to transport you from one city to another. However, if you’re looking to get off the beaten track, it may be worth investing in a car rental.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sardinia?
Sardinia is a great place to visit no matter the season. Horticultural enthusiasts head to the island between April and June to catch a glimpse of the colourful, fragrant blooms that line the cobbled streets and hilltops around the villas and cottages in sardinia. The sea temperature is warm enough for a swim during this time of year too. Summer is a great time to explore Sardinia’s spectacular beaches and cool off in the glistening waters of the Mediterranean and Tyrrhenian seas, depending on where you’re located. If you’re here in mid-August you’ll also be treated to impressive firework displays for the national Ferragosto festival. Although things aren’t quite as hot in early Autumn, it’s the perfect time to explore the cities and historic sites without overheating in the process.
What are the top things to do in Sardinia?
These unique rock structures date back to the Bronze age and are thought to have been used as observation towers and sacred rituals. There are several of these architectural wonders scattered across the island, with the most visited ones located in Barumini.
Cagliari’s Castello quarter was once home to the wealthiest citizens of Sardinia and is said to be the city’s oldest settlement. Today, this medieval quarter, which is situated at around 100 metres above sea level, remains surrounded by the same mighty walls that once protected it from invasion. Stroll along its cobbled streets to uncover museums, royal palaces, and imposing bastions.
This small headland in the Oristano province is home to one of the most peaceful coastlines on the island — and one of the most scenic. The rice-like sand here captures the attention of countless visitors. Just don’t be tempted to take a sample home, as you could be hit with a hefty fine. You’ll also find a host of beachside restaurants in the area, serving up an area of Sardinian specialities.