Perfect spaces that divide with balance the living area from the night area. In the night area two double bedrooms, one twin bedroom and one bathroom. In the living area welcomes you a bright living room with kitchen and fire place, characterized by wide windows that offers panoramic views to the hills. The covered terrace is well furnished to spend lovely evenings to remember all time, and then the bathroom. The garden with green grass, of almost 150 sqm, has mediterranean plants, olive trees, fruit trees and a bbq. The villa offers the energy and the intensity of the Mediterranean sea and its best genuine privacy in the splendor of the summer and in the warm intimacy of winter.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Pineta Is Morus 400 m|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cagliari - Elmas 40 km, Nearest railway: Cagliari 38 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
Sardinia is an ancient land, the most ancient in Italy. Sardinia is 1800 km. of coastline which embraces the mountainous and wild heart of the island. The landscape, untouched and of unique beauty, is symbolized by the delicate and scenty peony, turquoise sea, forests of holm-oaks and oaks, magnificient pink flamingoes. The Sardinian vast region offers innumerable views and panoramas; it is world famous for its splendid seaside resorts, such as Santa Teresa di Gallura, Chia,Villasimius, Costa Smeralda (with its exclusive Porto Rotondo) and Porto Cervo. Sardinia is all this and much more. It is an island distinguished by a strong local culture which expresses its own identity and keeps a unique heritage including archeology, history,museums, environment and folklore.
The wealth of folk traditions becomes manifest both in the countless village fairs and in the production of renowned crafts.
Bread is an essential element of Sardinian gastronomy. Bread has different shapes and meanings in different places of the island. The most popular kind of bread is “carasau”, typical of Barbagia. Meat is excellent,too: lambs, kids and, “porchetti” (small pigs) barbecued and made tastier thanks to the white-hot lard dripping during the cooking on the fire. Fish dishes can be tried in all the seaside resorts: Cabras is the capital of the mullet (“bottarga” is made of mullet dried eggs), Alghero is very popular for lobsters prepared in Catalonia style , Carloforte speciality is tunny fish in tomato sauce.
Carnival is an emblem. All over the island there is a succession of celebrations connected to ancient ceremonies:pagan and religious rites at the same time. The feast is celebrated with parades of masks and floats. The typical Carnival sweets can be tasted in the squares, amid laughters, jokes and dances. In Barbagia, Carnival has mysterious, unique features. Mamuthones and Issokadores from Mamoiada, Merdules and Boes from Ottana, Thurpos from Orotelli are gloomy masks dancing at the repetitive and disquietening sound of cow bells.
Everybody, once in their lifetime, should visit Sardinia. It's a truly special place. And the chances are, if you've been once, that you'll want to go again. And again. Since the 1960s,Sardinia has attracted tourists but it has gone one step beyond and has now become one of Europe's (if not the world's) most exclusive and luxurious holiday destinations. Regardless of what your vacation expectations are, Sardinia will have it. From luxury pool villas perfect for families to glamorous party palaces for the fun seeking jet setters, Sardinia has something for all tastes and desires. Not surprisingly, properties get snapped up very, very early in Sardinia – but there are a handful of dazzlers still available. Check them out – and if you want a taste of ISardinia's highlife this summer, don't delay!
How to arrive
Arzachena-Palau: 14 km
Arzachena-Sassari: 128 km
Arzachena-Villa San Pietro: 316 km
Bosa-Oristano: 88 km
Bosa-Torre delle Stelle: 212 km
Bosa-Villasimius: 206 km
Cagliari-Torre delle Stelle: 46 km
Cagliari-Santa Margherita di Pula: 40 km
Cagliari-Villa San Pietro: 29 km
Cagliari-Villasimius: 61 km
Pula-Villasimius 100 km
In the South West of Sardinia, long the S.S 195 at the 37,800 km there is the 'Comunione Pineta Is Morus', near to the Fort Village, to the Is Morus Hotel, to the Is Molas Golf Club and only 15 minutes by car from the beautiful Chia beaches. Pineta Is Morus is a private complex characterized by Mediterranean pine woods and other Mediterranean plants and oleanders. The access to the complex is reserved to the only owners of the villas or to the residents. In the complex there is a very well equipped sport center with a club house and a playground. During the summer season in the sport center are possible to reserve the tennis court, the soccer court, the basket court and the volley court. The beach is reserved to the residents and during the summer season is equipped by a kiosk and its possible to buy drinks, ice cream and snaks. Pineta Is Morus is served by a furnished market that opens every day and offers other fresh products like bread, fruit, vegetable, milk, sweets, news paper and tobaccos.
Pula is a pretty town just a short ride away. It has the classic church in the town square and a piazza that often has live music in the summer months. There are a handful of great restaurants each serving the catch of the day - sea bass, orata and lobster are common on menus. Despite being a small town there are at least 4 gelaterias selling home-made ice cream (1Euro a scoop)
The coastline from Pula heading west is stunning with large beaches and smaller inlets to be found dotted everywhere. All the beaches have white sand and crystal clear sea......they are ideal for children.
For the more adventurous there are lots and lots of walking tours/hikes in the mountains to the north of our villa and for those keen on golf, Is Molas is 15min away (a very well known course that has held the Italian Open). Other activities such as horse riding, sailing, kite surfing and kayaking are available within a short ride
Pula offers visitors not only nice shops, bars, pizzerias, restaurants and supermarkets but an array of gastronomic specialities: from the excellent sea food specialities to the ancient cooking traditions of the shepherds. Very closed to Pula is the Roman amphitheatre of Nora, that lies directly on the sea and is used for a music festival in summer.