Villa Costa Smeralda

La Costa Smeralda

There's a reason this stretch of shore is named after a gemstone

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The Location

Costa Smeralda boasts some of Europe’s most sought after beaches, with hourglass-fine sand and turquoise waters, which rival those in the Caribbean.


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La Maddalena Archipelago

The Maddalena Archipelago is an extremely popular touristic spot due to its breathtaking beaches and engaging lifestyle. Among the islands stands Caprera (in the picture one of its beaches - Cala Coticcio), also known as the place where Garibaldi went in exile.

The Maddalena Archipelago can be reached through a short boat trip, from the nearby town Palau.


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The Home of "Bellavita"

Sardinia - and Costa Smeralda specifically - is a coveted destination not only due to its distinctive sea colour and the breathtaking beaches, but also because of its signature "Bellavita" lifestyle which makes it the ideal place for anyone who likes to enjoy life to the fullest.


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The Land of Natural Wonders

It is not uncommon to stumble upon unique naturally sculpted rocks in Sardinia.

In the picture - La Roccia dell’Orso, which takes the name from its resemblance to a bear, oversees the Maddalena Archipelago and is particularly close to our villas.

Nearby


 

Popular Places - Driving Times

Palau; Roccia dell'Orso - 3 min

Baja Sardinia & Phi Beach Club - 30 min

La Maddalena - 50 min (incl. boat trip)

Porto Cervo; Santa Teresa di Gallura - 35 min

Porto Rotondo - 50 min

Olbia (City & Airport) - 50 min