Sardinia

Rent a unique luxury villa in Sardinia - Explore the hidden beauty of Italy

"Outside Time and History"

This is what the famous English writer David Herbert Lawrence wrote. Of course, no place can lie outside of time and history - not even Sardinia. And yet Lawrence's claim contains a "poetic" truth that expresses a feeling common to all travelers to Sardinia: the feeling of being in a country where the impressive beauty of nature, the clarity of the sea, the reserved and sincere character of the people , the delicious taste of the typical dishes, the ancient traditions, the events of Sardinian culture will never change; despite the passage of history and time. The Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, Byzantines, Spaniards settled on this magnificent island: Sardinia has developed these various influences and incorporated them into its own culture, but has not allowed its heart to be affected or even changed by them how the real heart of Sardinia, the area of ​​Gennargentu (today the national park), always remained inaccessible to foreigners.

This is what makes a holiday in Sardinia so unique and original. The visitor feels assured by this immutability, as if everything here, even in the most modern parts of the island, were more authentic and real than anywhere else. This applies to Cagliari as well as to Nuoro, Sassari and Oristano, Alghero and the Costa Smeralda. Wherever the visitor decides to enjoy the magnificent sea or visit a museum, explore the secret of the "Nuraghi" or taste a typical dish. Everywhere he will have the feeling that he is doing the right thing at the right time and in the right place. Rent your luxury villa and experience it for yourself!

Villas und Hotels in Sardinia

15 results
Italy | Sardinia
Torre delle Stelle
Italy | Sardinia
Stintino
Italy | Sardinia
San Teodoro
Italy | Sardinia
Cannigione
1 bedrooms | 2 persons max.
 
Italy | Sardinia
Portisco
7 bedrooms | 13 persons max.
 
Italy | Sardinia
San Teodoro SS
Italy | Sardinia
Arzachena
5 bedrooms | 10 persons max.
 
Italy | Sardinia
Portisco
7 bedrooms | 14 persons max.
 
Italy | Sardinia
Pula
5 bedrooms | 8 persons max.
 
Italy | Sardinia
Liscia di Vacca
5 bedrooms | 10 persons max.
 
Italy | Sardinia
Arzachena
7 bedrooms | 14 persons max.
 
Italy | Sardinia
Arzachena
15 bedrooms | 30 persons max.
 
Worth seeing

Sardinia is an island full of contrasts, from beautiful beaches to barren rocky landscapes and rich culture and history that goes back thousands of years. Sardinia is known for its breathtaking coastline with turquoise sea, fine sandy beaches and rocky bays. The Costa Smeralda in the northeast of the island is famous for its glamorous beaches and exclusive resorts, while the west coast impresses with its rugged beauty and spectacular cliffs. The island is also a paradise for water sports enthusiasts, with opportunities for snorkeling, diving, sailing and windsurfing.

Aside from the beaches, there are also many cultural and historical sights to discover in Sardinia. The nuraghi, stone tower buildings that are up to 3,500 years old, are among the oldest known buildings in Europe. You can also visit the ancient Roman city of Tharros, the medieval village of Castelsardo or the Barumini Nuraghe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Climate and best travel period

The best time to visit Sardinia is from May to September, when the weather is sunny and warm and the sea is pleasant for swimming. However, Sardinia is also worth visiting in the off-season, when the weather is cooler and tourist flows are lower.

Entertainment & Nightlife

For those looking to enjoy nightlife, Sardinia offers a lively scene of clubs and bars, particularly in the popular tourist resorts along the Costa Smeralda and in the capital, Cagliari. The island is also a popular destination for festivals and events, including the famous Festa di Sant'Efisio, which takes place every May.

Eat & Drink

Sardinia also offers a diverse and delicious cuisine. Try dishes like malloreddus, a Sardinian pasta specialty served with a spicy tomato sauce and salsiccia, or the traditional grilled pork porchetta. Sardinia is also known for its wines, including the renowned Vermentino and Cannonau, a powerful red wine.

Sardinia also has some of the most beautiful wine regions in Italy. The Alghero area in the northwest is known for its red and white wines, while the Vermentino di Gallura area in northeast Sardinia produces some of the island's best white wines.

Arrival
Getting to Sardinia is easy. Flights from many European cities land at the island's three main airports: Cagliari, Olbia and Alghero. Alternatively, you can also travel by ferry from various ports in Italy and France.

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