Villa | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 0.8km

Villa Gaia is part of a residence called Gli Oleandri set on the side of a hill behind the Hotel Chia Laguna which is, among other hotels, part of the Chia Laguna Resort. This nice villa is situated in an ideal position from where you can enjoy a breathtaking and relaxing overview: in front of you the sea, above you just the sky.

Villa Gaia is equipped with one double bedroom, an open plan kitchen and a living room with two sofa beds (a double and a queen size sofa bed) leading to a nice terrace. From the villa there is access to a communal swimming pool that you can reach either through a pathway with steps or through the principal road. Free parking.

The furniture is elegant but simple and every room has its own colours, from the yellow of the living room to the blue of the double bedroom and the green of the bathroom with bathtub. An ideal solution for families of 5 people, even with children.

  Villa Gaia is a beautiful and comfortable villa set in a unique natural environment. Equipped with all the comforts to spend pleasantly your holidays at the beach, offers a panoramic view over the dunes of Chia and the sea. The house has a garden terrace equipped for pleasant outdoor dining with BBQ and lounge chairs while the interiors are air conditioned. The elegant and refined decoration will make you feel at home. The large swimming pool, also suitable for younger guests, and daily animations of the Chia Laguna will make your vacation even more enjoyable to Chia.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Chia dune di Campana 800 m
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Cagliari Elmas 45 km, Nearest railway: Cagliari 45 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Air conditioning, TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 2
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

Villa Gaia is equipped with one double bedroom, an open plan kitchen and a living room with two sofa beds (a double and a queen size sofa bed) leading to a nice terrace. From the villa there is access to a communal swimming pool that you can reach either through a pathway with steps or through the principal road. Free parking.

The furniture is elegant but simple and every room has its own colours, from the yellow of the living room to the blue of the double bedroom and the green of the bathroom with bathtub. An ideal solution for families of 5 people, even with children.

Further details outdoors

Table, chairs, long chairs available

Further details

Welcome pack provided on arrival.

Swimming pool only available may,june,July , August.,september,october

The Sardinia region

The second largest island in the Mediterranean, the region is typical for its mountainous, rugged terrain, comprising the mountains called Limbara, Supramonte, Ogliastra, Gennargentu and Iglesiente and Sulcis, and characterised by a very different geological aspect from the rest of Italy; here there are also unique archaeological remains dating back to thousands of years ago, called "nuraghi".

The coastline is mostly high and rocky, surrounded by many smaller islands, such as Asinara, the Maddalena group, Tavolara, San Pietro and Sant'Antioco. In Sardinia there are 8 provinces, 4 of which were established in 2005: Carbonia-Iglesias, Medio Campidano, Ogliastra and Olbia-Tempio while Oristano was established in 1974.

The population is mostly concentrated in the provinces of Cagliari and Sassari. Until very recently the population inhabited the inner lands away from the sea, and the economy was based on sheep-raising and connected activities.

A little under 200km from the Italian mainland, slightly more than that from the North African coast at Tunisia, Sardinia is way off most tourist itineraries of Italy: D.H. Lawrence found it exotically different when he passed through here in 1921 - "lost", as he put it, "between Europe and Africa and belonging to nowhere." Your reasons for coming will probably be a combination of plain curiosity and a desire for clean beaches. The island is relatively free of large cities or heavy industry, and its beaches are indeed some of the cleanest in Italy and are on the whole not very crowded, except perhaps for peak season, when ferries bring in a steady stream of sun-worshippers from what the islanders call il continente , or mainland Italy.

Pula Sardinia

Pula, a village known for tourism and farming, includes a part of the Sulcis area with the regional forest Pixinamanna.

Among this area's more interesting attractions is the Phoenician city of Nora, probably the oldest built in Sardinia.

The archaeological area is very well kept and shows the evidence left following the Punic and Roman dominations. Nora used to be considered one of the main landing places in the Mediterranean area, thanks to its strategic position. Today, part of the ruins have still not been uncovered, but visitors can still admire the beauty and the prosperity that Nora enjoyed in past times.

Pula is not only history and archaeology, but also beautiful coasts quite appreciated by the numerous tourists crowding the area's beaches and resorts, for the most part during the summer.

Pula is also important for the Italian Golf Open that takes place at the Is Molas Golf Club. Every year, this sport's most important champions and numerous VIPs meet here.

Not to be overlooked is the little church very close to the golf club. It has recently become a place of worship for believers and pilgrims from all over Sardinia. The church is dedicated to the Capuchin friar Fra Nazareno, born in this area. He died, considered a saint by many, a few years ago.

Chia is situated at the top of the South of Sardinia, at the beginning of the wonderful coast "Costa del Sud", approx. 45 km far from Cagliari.

The locality of "Chia" is one of the most famous locality in Sardinia. Here you can find a luxuriant Mediterranean vegetation. The colour of the sea is turquoise.

It is well known because of its lovely fine sandy beaches and dunes, bays and lagoons, which present a natural and uncontaminated beauty.

NEWS : SAGRA DI SANT'EFISIO!!!!! 1° - 4 MAY IN CAGLIARI-NORA - PULA.

Away from 1657 without interruption every 1st of May, in a religious procession of Cagliari S. Efisio, more notoriously known as the Feast of St. Efisio.In the Mediterranean you can safely say that apart from the processions that take place in Spain and to some degree attributable to that described above (for value and duration), that of S. Efisio is the most important if not the most important path length, number of participants, countries involved and typical of the costumes present a rare and incomparable beauty, some of which date back hundreds of years