Luxury Collection only
Silver Collection only
Capri & Ischia
Sorrento & Amalfi Coast
Lucca Siena Pisa
Near the Sea
Car not essential
Pets allowed on request only
The second largest island in the Mediterranean, lined with some of the most beautiful and unspoilt beaches in Europe, Sardinia offers an Italian holiday with a difference. Part of Italy, yet fascinatingly different, Sardinia has a long tradition of being fiercely independent and separate with its own customs, speech and history.
Sardinia Is off the usual Italian tourist map and certainly does not cater for the mass tourist market. The variety of its coastline and the rugged beauty of its interior caters rather for the discerning traveller who is looking for an Italian holiday with a difference but which still contains those essential Italian ingredients of beautiful seas and scenery, exquisite wine and food and a wonderful Mediterranean climate.
We invite you to try Sardinialuxury villas with pools and self catering apartments. We have a great range of luxury coastal accommodation, including some great beach villas. We are sure you will not be disappointed with your choice.
Pictures of white sandy beaches, deep blue sky, turquoise sea, dramatic coastline with rocks and caves come to the tourist's mind at the sound of the word 'Sardinia'. Although one of the preferred summer destination for many people, Sardinia is still an undiscovered land.
The easiest way to reach this Italian island is by Ryanair which flies to Alghero, one of the most important and ancient towns of the north-west. ALGHERO, situated in a charming position, with its long sandy beaches, cafés and port, is full of history: it was conquered 6 centuries ago by the Catalan colonists who called the town Barceloneta, little Barcelona. Today the memory of the founders of the towns still lives in the language, folklore and gothic architecture. Alghero is a lively town both in winter as well as in summer making it the ideal destination for a winter break. The coast around Alghero is characterised by secluded bays, jagged rocks and coves covered by bushes. Inland you will discover olive groves and vineyards where some of the most aromatic wines of Sardinia are produced. Stay at Residence Il Pino in Alghero with all services and the beach on your doorstep, while the Old Town centre is only 1.5km away with a regular bus service from the apartments.
STINTINO Approximately 40 minutes north of Alghero, right at the top of the island, there is a little fishing village, Stintino, famous for its turquoise waters, its views over the island of Asinara (also National Park) and its beach of La Pelosa.
At the entrance to the village approximately 6km away there is a residential area surrounded by green lawns and scattered with independent villas, most of them with private swimming pool. Within the resort there are some basic services available in high season, like a small shops for basic shopping, a bar/restaurant, pharmacy, ice-cream shop, laundrette, and a regular shuttle bus to the beach (approximately 3km away) in high season. All the properties of the residence are newly refurbished in a simple, modern style. Have a look at Le Ville del Golf or Villa Oriente or Villa Giovanna.
Just over an hour drive south of Alghero, the coastline near Oristano becomes more rough and irregular with few sheltered areas and a landscape that changes continuously. The sea is crystal clear and rich in large fish. In the interior is possible to admire stretches of wild garlic plants, prehistoric constructions of nuraghi and ancestral villages. The small fishing town of Bosa is built on the mouth of the river Temo and during the Roman domination was an important economic centre. Today it’s a small tourist resort with shops, restaurants and cafes, and tourists can enjoy long walks along the palm-lined riverbanks. While in Bosa, it is worth a visit to the Serravalle Castle (the best mediaeval building in Sardinia) and to the Roman church of S. Pietro Extramuros. The 18-hole golf course of Is Irenas is an added attraction for golf players while carnival, 43 days before Easter is not to be missed with its joyful parades in all towns in Oristano.
CAGLIARI Is the capital of Sardinia, built on a hill and developed in the direction of the sea with its modern quarters and industries. Soon after this town going towards the extreme poin of the Teulada peninsula, the Sardinian coast becomes a real natural jewel with enchantingly blue sea, thick woodland and wide green valleys covered by Mediterranean vegetation. The coast is dotted with small, quiet bays and coves and white sandy beaches, a real paradise for snorkelling, nature lovers and bird watchers.
At Is Molas is possible to find one of the most important golf courses on the island, which is open all year round and hosts international competitions.
From Cagliari to Torre delle Stelle (24 Km.), a coastline dotted with summer communities offering all the services that are necessary to enjoy the best of holidays. An area rich with white sandy beaches, small inlets and coves, where secluded beaches seem to spring up from a mountainous coastline.
Ideal for relaxation, while close enough to Cagliari, Sardinia's largest city. The closeness to 2,900 year old Cagliari makes these locations a place to be for persons who have
a thirst for ancient and medieval history, a city that may surprise even the most passionate.
Find a small hidden unpaved road on your own that leads to a small unpopulated beach or hike in the opposite direction, on a rocky trail filled with Mediterranean vegetation.
Find a little piece of Sardinia to call your own.
Italian Breaks offers various villas in Torre delle Stelle, all part of a residential complex which is easily accessed off a main road and through 2 entrances. You will be spoilt for choice: Villa Puni, Villa Celeste and Le Stelle Otto are just a few of the wonderfull villas available.
COSTA SMERALDA The Emerald Coast, takes the name from the emerald colour of the sea, unique to the 55km stretch of coastline. It offers a wonderful choice of secluded beaches and small coves, making it a paradise for true sea lovers, and an 18-hole golf course. Porto Cervo is the most fashionable resort of the area, at the heart of the Costa Smeralda, with its renowned port, beautiful yachts and sailing boast. The town has a unique atmosphere with its small piazzas, designer shops, exclusive restaurants and boutiques, and luxury villas. During the lively summer months it is crowded by artists, cinema and TV personalities who meet in the small 'piazzetta' of the centre. In the other months of the year the town dies out and it is ideal for those who seek relaxation, tranquillity and love to snorkel. Costa Smeralda is VIP area but Italian Breaks offers villas and apartments for all budgets so please feel free to browse the list of properties in this fabulous part of Sardinia. Have a look at Villa Cavallo, a beautiful villa with private swimming pool located 7km from San Teodoro and only around 100m from a sandy beach. Or at La Dimora, five apartments sharing a pool only 400m from a white sandy beach in the Golfo Aranci area.