your dreams in Sardinia.
The Island with multiple faces
Sardinia, a small pearl of the Mediterranean, boasts an authentic and preserved Italian setting. Between dream beaches and vestiges of the past, the Italian architectural and patrimonial richness does not leave one indifferent. Faced with the testimony of the past of the Roman ruins and the monumental sand dunes, enjoy a first class local gastronomy. Pane carasau, porceddu, fregola and rustic soups will amaze your taste buds!
Like the Caribbean, this paradisiacal backdrop lends itself to a multitude of activities. A real playground for extreme sports, try canyoning in the hidden gorges, caving in the limestone massifs or even trekking along the wild coast. For surfing and kitesurfing, make an appointment with the transcendent spots at Sa Mesa Longa, on the west coast. In the most beautiful seabed of the Gulf of Cagliari or the island of Tavolara, swim with dolphins and discover wrecks from the Second World War during incredible nautical activities. Snorkeling will take you to enchanting sceneries on the path of distant civilisations in the region's caves and coves, such as the impressive Grotta di Nettuno gorge with its forests of stalactites.
Within reach of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, facing the turquoise sea, Villanovo offers you a selection of luxury architectural villas. With an exceptional panoramic view of the bay of San Teodoro, spend a high quality stay to the rythm of the sea breeze of the mistral wind blowing with a singular softness. In the remote region of Sardinia, discover also the fishermen and shepherds' villages in harmony with the mountainous scenery. Walk along the paths, forests and canyons in search of a hidden part of Italy.
Come and stroll under the hundred-year-old olive trees and the arbutus trees. The landscape is breathtaking: the mountains and wild valleys, the green plains stretching as far as the eye can see. If you move, you can be rocked by the mild echoes of the sea. You have left the wild Sardinia for the bright seaside.
This small "hilly Argentina" will delight lovers of natural landscapes with its authentic character and its raw beauty, where the green of the mountains mixes with the azure of the sea.
You will find here the two great gastronomic schools: the cuisine di terra based on meat and the cuisine di mare based on fish, so there will be a place for all tastes. Among the specialities to be tasted: the sardine pecorino cheese made from sheep's milk or the famous seadas: doughnuts stuffed with sheep cheese. Wine lovers will be delighted to stay in Sardinia as the island offers some excellent bottles such as Malvasia di Bosa, a dry and sweet wine or the renowned Tempio Pausania.