This beautiful villa is set within 40 acres of private grounds inviting guests to enjoy outdoor living. The large fresh water swimming pool, sun beds, large grassed lawn area and a shaded gazebo area with outdoor dining for up to 8 people, The villa is located so you walk to the nearest shops, there is a great running, jogging or walking track to the local Sanctuary. A car is needed getting back into Alghero but it is no distance at all. If you want an evening out with out a car, a taxi service is available- also its local for pizza delivery!!!! so it makes this a perfect choice for the family/ groups holiday.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Lido 5 km|
|Nearest Amenities||800 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Fertilia 15 km, Nearest railway: Alghero 10 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
Alghero is steeped in history ,dating back to the early Stone Age. The Catalan influence is found throughout Alghero, both in the local dialect and in the cuisine. The local dish is Fish Paella ( normally min of 2 persons)
Alghero has two of the largest vineyards in Sardinia, producing two of the best known wines - Sella & Mosca and Santa Maria de la Palma. The Sella & Mosca vineyard has daily tours of its wine cellars, followed by a tasting. This is definitely a tour to take for all those wine buffs........and it's free.
Alghero's old town is full of charm, with some lovely old churches, the beautifully coloured dome of San Michele, which can be seen from most places in the old town. The narrow, cobbled streets and piazzas are full of bars and cafés, where you can relax after exploring the local shops. If you don't fancy seeing the sights on foot, the "Catalan Train", which leaves from the port, will allow you to learn more about Alghero, as it takes you on a tour of the winding streets.
The bastion walls allow a pleasant stroll, with views over the port to Capo Caccia. There are plenty of bars and restaurants along the walls, where you can enjoy a relaxing drink or meal, whilst watching the world go by. You can also take a boat trip from the harbour to Neptune's Caves.
In the evenings, you will be spoilt for choice for restaurants and bars. There are also clubs for dancing or, if an evening stroll is more your thing, join the “passegiata” with the locals, followed by an ice cream from one of the many excellent ice cream shops.
Sardinia's coastline provides a wealth of interest for water enthusiasts – wind-surfing, diving, snorkelling or swimming in the warm, turquoise waters is always a pleasure. Alghero's own beach is long and sandy, with warm, shallow water. In certain areas, you can choose to hire a parasol or, if you prefer to be away from the crowds, pick a secluded site.
There are plenty of other beaches nearby, reachable by bicycle, scooter or car. Pedaloes, canoes or kayaks can be hired in some places, whilst others have children's toys, slides, swings and houses to play in, included in the beach price. La Pineta beach walking distance from the old town and provides an area sheltered by pine trees, with sand dunes for more privacy.
Just outside of Alghero, you can find many "Agriturismo" restaurants, allowing you to sample traditional foods, fresh from the land.
Villa Louisa is located very closely to the Valverde Sanctuary, its only 800m, and there is a running, jogging or walking track all the area.
The area of Valverde is very quiet & tranquil, but is only 800m to the edge of town and the nearest shops, definatley walkable.
All year long festivals that start with...
New Year- a fantastic firework display,free music free, located around the port
May Bank holiday - possible fairgrounds at the port
15th August Bank Holiday - Ferrogosto
September- Coral car Rally starts & finished from Alghero
29th September- Saints Day in Alghero with a large fireworks display at the port & street stalls
Christmas celebration starting from around the 10th with stalls, lights & Christmas trees
& various other smaller events/ parades throughout the year.