Villas in Sardinia

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Most popular Villas in Sardinia

Villa for 6 people, with pool
6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 80m², 500m to the beach
Costa Paradiso, Olbia-Tempio
£109per night
Villa for 4 people, with garden
Capitana, Cagliari Province
£72per night
Villa for 6 people, with ocean view and garden
Portobello (Sardinia), Olbia-Tempio
£81per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden
6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 65m², 300m to the beach
Porto Sa Ruxi, Sud Sardegna
£67per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden
Stagno di Mìstras, Oristano Province
£90per night
Villa for 6 people, with ocean view and garden
Geremeas, Cagliari Province
£45per night
Villa for 8 people, with ocean view and garden, with pets
Punta Molara, Olbia-Tempio
£36per night
Villa for 10 people, with garden
Punta De Su Turrione, Sassari Province
£96per night
Villa for 5 people, with ocean view and garden, with pets
5 pers., 2 bedrooms, 70m², 600m to the beach
£99per night
Villa for 6 people, with terrace
La Cinta, Olbia-Tempio
£53per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden and ocean view
8 pers., 3 bedrooms, 200m², 950m to the beach
Porto Istana, Olbia-Tempio
£269per night
Villa for 4 people, with ocean view and garden, with pets
Stagno di Mìstras, Oristano Province
£54per night
Villa for 7 people, with garden and children pool
7 pers., 3 bedrooms, 70m², 80m to the beach
Santa Margherita di Pula, Cagliari Province
£90per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden
Campulongu, Sud Sardegna
£135per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden, with pets
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 120m², 200m to the beach
Golfo Aranci, Olbia-Tempio
£153per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden and ocean view
Porto Rafael, Olbia-Tempio
£90per night
Villa for 7 people, with ocean view and garden, with pets
7 pers., 2 bedrooms, 70m², 400m to the beach
Simius, Sud Sardegna
£81per night
Villa for 9 people, with garden, with pets
Costa Rei, Sud Sardegna
£106per night
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Highlights in Sardinia

  • Natural gems
  • Fantastic beaches
  • Delicious recipes
  • Stunning diving sites
  • Hiking areas and mountain activities

Most popular amenities for Villas in Sardinia

Pool 2,772
Internet 6,697
Pet allowed 3,790
Balcony/Terrace 7,413
TV 11,535
Air condition 8,101
Garden 7,088
Parking 9,467
Washing machine 10,880

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Villas in Sardinia

A luxury villa in the Costa Esmeralda

Choose from a wide range of very luxurious villas and properties with traditional charm. Most of them are located on the coast, a few steps away from the wonderful turquoise beaches of the island, especially in the north and south. However, you will also find numerous villas inland, next to natural landscapes of impressive beauty where you can enjoy the wide range of active tourism activities on the island.

A villa on the island of barefoot bliss

As tourists drop anchor for the long summer months, you can open the balcony doors of your villa to mesmerise with the stunning wake-up view of a translucent turquoise Mediterranean Sea. The amenities of the villas include jacuzzis, swimming pools, manicured gardens, state-of-the-art kitchens and luxury details to make your stay a very comfortable one. Close to stunning beaches and unique natural settings, a villa in Sardinia is going to be your next home away from home. Put it on the list!

Travellers and activities

Sardinia for luxury holiday lovers

Sardinia draws in the jet set crowd every year, ready to enjoy the luxury atmosphere and laid-back vibes of this billionaire’s playground full of superb and elegant yachts docked at the marina. After long days under the sun, sailing away, enjoy the fantastic water-edge restaurants and sample the freshest fish of the Sardininan coast or shop at the prestigious boutiques lining Porto Cervo. At dusk, take a sip of ice cold Prosecco, lie on the sun lounge chairs of exclusive beach clubs and wait until the sun sets over this privileged natural enclave.

Sardinia for beach lovers

Cloudless skies, deep waters and miles of mesmerising coastline are the main allure of an astounding destination that will make you fall in love the minute you step your foot on it. Located in the middle of the waters of the Mediterranean, Sardinia is an incredible island popular for its turquoise and vivid green waters and pearly white sandy beaches. The Costa Esmeralda, from Baja Sardinia to Porto Rondo is dotted with picture-perfect beaches, secluded coves and stunning bays including Spiaggia del Principe, Capriccioli or Pevero Beach. Beyond from the Costa Esmeralda, there are more Caribbean-style beaches such as Cala Luna, Cala Mariolu, Spiaggia di Cala Pira, Spiaggia la Pelosa or Cala Domestica to name a few. The list is countless and the beaches are just there waiting to be ticked off travellers’ bucket lists!

Did you know that Spiaggia Ira was named after Ira von Fürstenberg, becoming the only beach named after a person?

Top 7 travel tips in Sardinia

1. Diving in Sardinia

Sardinia is considered as one of the Mediterranean’s premier diving destinations. PADI open water divers, technical divers and beginners are attracted to the underwater maze-like caves, historical wrecks and beautiful marine life. Most diving areas are located on the east coast as well as the protected areas of the Archipelago of the Maddalena and the Marine Park of Lavezzi. One of the most visited dive sites is Grotta del Nero but around the island you also have the wrecks of the KT German ship, the Japanese tanker Angelica or the Italian freighter, the Cogliano. The Grouper Reef is home to large groupers living in a colony. To make the best of your diving experience, late spring, summer and early autumn are the best times of the year to explore the underwater world.

2. Visit the historical sites

If you want to know in depth the history and culture of Sardinia, do not miss the opportunity to visit the sites of Barumini, Palmavera, Tharros and Villa di Tigellio. A true trip to the past to discover the main features of the cultures that settled in the territory: the nuragas, the Phoenicians and the Romans. Walk the city walls of the medieval town of Alghero, visit the impressive Roman ruins of Nora or the beautiful cathedral of Cagliari. Enjoy the town’s coastal beauty combined with the attractive architectural sites.

3. Fall in love with Stintino

Stintino is one of the most popular tourist destinations, capable of combining the charm of traditional fishing villages with top-notch buildings. A small fishing village where the white of its houses of popular architecture contrasts with the blue of the sky and the transparency of its waters. But it also offers a wide variety of leisure activities, such as diving, golf, excursions and bike and horse riding.

4. Taste the Sardinian flavours

The cuisine of Sardinia stands out for its simplicity, for its natural ingredients and for its locally sourced produce of delicate and intense flavours with which exquisite recipes are prepared. Before you go home, taste some lobster from Alghero, the tuna from Carloforte, the spaghetti with sea urchins and the grilled suckling pig served on cork trays and sprinkled with myrtle branches. To go with every meal, have some Pane Guttiau, the customary flatbread. The icing on the cake? Pane e saba is the traditional Sardinian dessert eaten mostly during the first week of November on All Saints Day. It is also part of Christmas and Easter menus. Saba is a cooked wine used in several Italian recipes.

5. Hike Sardinia’s mountains

Sardinia is an outdoor adventurer’s fantastic playground. The rolling hills and the lush green scenery can provide a whole paradise for outdoor lovers looking for some natural sites to explore. One of the best locations to appreciate the natural splendour of Sardinia is in Gola Su Gorropu, also known as ‘Europe’s Grand Canyon’. The limestone walls of this stunning gorge will leave you in awe. Explore the boulder-strewn ravine and trek along the paths or cross the canyons. Natural gems are awaiting you in Sardinia.

6. Peruse the local markets

Local markets are the heart of any town and everyday’s life happens around the stalls where locals choose their groceries, fresh fish and meat and other artisan products coming from the island farms. Most Sardinian eateries use these products for their dishes. One of the most colourful and atmospheric markets on the island is the Pula Market, held in south Sardinia every Tuesday.

7. Dive into the island’s folklore

Traditions, festivals and culture are the folklore of every country and Sardinians are great at throwing fabulous celebrations. Enjoy from colourful carnivals to religious processions during the year, including the Sagra del Redentore celebrations in Nuoro or the masks and horse parades of Cavalcata Sarda in Sassari. Participate in St. John the Baptist party, a summer solstice celebration where everybody dresses in white and celebrates friendship around the fir or enjoy one of the best jazz festivals in August. Whatever the time of the year you are in Sardinia, there is always something to celebrate. Ready to join the party?

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