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private setting
seaview

Equipment

washing machine
dishwasher
oven
TV, indoor aerial
Internet No reception
no safe
no A/C
indoor fireplace
barbecue
no Flyscreen



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Portobello
Villa Mirto

8 Pers. | 2 Bathr. | 4 Bedr. | Beach 400 m
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Villa Mirto


Villa Mirto - A holiday between sea and shrubland
Before you set eyes on Villa Mirto, you can already smell the tangy scent of Sardinia's macchia shrubland. The villa is names after the myrtle plant, which is known as Sa Murta in Sardinian. The stone-chipped façade is a masterpiece of Sardinian craftsmanship. The stone architecture, which has been harmoniously adapted to its surroundings, unites with the extraordinary location overlooking the sea to make the villa something extra special. Two panoramic terraces boast breathtaking views of the sea. The beach below Villa Mirto, which carries the romantic name of baia dell'amore, is just a five-minute walk or drive away.

A detached, spacious house with traditional Sardinian decor
Villa Mirto offers room for up to 8 people. There are four bedrooms, including a large master bedroom, one bedroom with double bed (1.30 m) and two children's rooms with 2 bunks each. All bedrooms are located on the upper floor, alongside a bathroom. There is one further bathroom downstairs. The kitchen is spacious and well equipped, and both a dishwasher and washing machine are available. The living room features a sitting area and a dining area. Two panorama terraces offer the ideal outdoor space to enjoy the fresh air. The upper terrace, which is not recommended for children, can be locked to prevent access. The land around the house has been left in a natural condition.

Villa Mirto is located in Portobello,
18 km from S. Teresa, a picturesque fishing village on the north coast facing Corsica. Portobello is a condominium, in other words a conglomeration of villas that was constructed some 20 years ago. Around 200 villas were built in a conservation area following very strict conditions. Only authorised people have access to the condominium. As a result, famous guests feel particular at home in Portobello, where they enjoy spending their holidays in private. Portobello also has a restaurant that is open all year round, in addition to a supermarket. A good infrastructure with restaurants and shops is offered in Vignola or Aglientú (5 km) and S. Teresa di Gallura (18 km). Olbia on the Costa Smeralda and P.Torres are an hour's drive away.

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  3. Villa Mirto - A holiday between sea and shrublandBefore you set eyes on Villa Mirto, you can already smell the tangy scent of Sardinia's macchia shrubland. The villa is names after the myrtle plant, which is known as Sa Murta in Sardinian. The stone-chipped façade is a masterpiece of Sardinian craftsmanship. The stone architecture, which has been harmoniously adapted to its surroundings, unites with the extraordinary location overlooking the sea to make the villa something extra special. Two panoramic terraces boast breathtaking views of the sea. The beach below Villa Mirto, which carries the romantic name of baia dell'amore, is just a five-minute walk or drive away.A detached, spacious house with traditional Sardinian decorVilla Mirto offers room for up to 8 people. There are four bedrooms, including a large master bedroom, one bedroom with double bed (1.30 m) and two children's rooms with 2 bunks each. All bedrooms are located on the upper floor, alongside a bathroom. There is one further bathroom downstairs. The kitchen is spacious and well equipped, and both a dishwasher and washing machine are available. The living room features a sitting area and a dining area. Two panorama terraces offer the ideal outdoor space to enjoy the fresh air. The upper terrace, which is not recommended for children, can be locked to prevent access. The land around the house has been left in a natural condition.Villa Mirto is located in Portobello,18 km from S. Teresa, a picturesque fishing village on the north coast facing Corsica. Portobello is a condominium, in other words a conglomeration of villas that was constructed some 20 years ago. Around 200 villas were built in a conservation area following very strict conditions. Only authorised people have access to the condominium. As a result, famous guests feel particular at home in Portobello, where they enjoy spending their holidays in private. Portobello also has a restaurant that is open all year round, in addition to a supermarket. A good infrastructure with restaurants and shops is offered in Vignola or Aglientú (5 km) and S. Teresa di Gallura (18 km). Olbia on the Costa Smeralda and P.Torres are an hour's drive away.
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  7. 110-140 EUR
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Portobello
1212 m

Portobello’s beach on the north-west coast of Sardinia is something truly special: red, grainy sand is framed by rugged, rocky reefs and crystal-clear water. Not far from here, the endless dream beaches of Cala Vignola stretch 25 kilometres all the way to Capo Testa.

Colonna Grand Hotel Capo Testa 5*
17 km

"Capo Testa" is a rocky cape on Sardinia's most northwesterly point joined to the mainland and Santa Teresa Gallura by a narrow sandbank. The landscape is breathtakingly beautiful with its strange, jagged rock formations and the crystal-clear sea. The 'Grand Hotel Colonna Capo Testa' is situated here, right on the

Hotel La Coluccia 4*
24 km

Hotel La Coluccia ****, member of "Design Hotels", is situated on the North coast of Sardinia, in front of the Island of Spargi (Archipelago della Maddalena) and at the start of a picturesque 4-km-long bay bordered by the protected area of the Coluccia Peninsula. In an enchanting and secluded position, it’s the

Tenuta Pilastru 3*
25 km

It is in the countryside, season after season slowly, that you can catch the shading colours, the intensity of scents and perfumes and the relaxing company of the most different sounds. It is not easy to pass on certain emotions to people who have never experienced the magic of the countryside. But if curiosity is the

Aldiola Country Resort 4*
25 km

The Aldiola Country Resort is idyllically situated in the Sardinian brush country, surrounded by century-old cork and holm oaks. It rises on the hills overlooking the “Liscia”, a lake just a few kilometres from the Costa Smeralda (the famous “Emerald Coast”). The strikingly situated swimming pool, the various shady spots,

Villa Timu
275 m

Villa Timu - a holiday house set on a small sandy inlet. The villa belongs to Portobello, part of a scenic fisching village on the north coast of Sardinia. It is located across from Corsica an 10 miles from Santa Teresa di Gallura. From here, it's about an hour to Olbia, la Costa Smeralda and Porto Torres.

Villa Massimo
1216 m

Villa Massimi - a holiday house set on a small sandy inlet. Villa Massimo belongs to Portobello, part of a scenic fishing village on the north coast of Sardinia. It is located across from Corsica, and 10 miles from Santa Teresa di Gallura. From here, it''s a good hour to Olbia, la Costa Smeraldo, and Porto Torres. Portobello is

Villa Marco
1216 m

Villa Marco - a holiday house set on a small sandy inlet. Villa Marco belongs to Portobello, part of a scenic fishing village on the north coast of Sardinia. It is located across from Corsica, and 10 miles from Santa Teresa di Gallura. From here, it''s a good hour to Olbia, la Costa Smeraldo, and Porto Torres. Portobello is a

Portobello
451 m

Portobello - a beautifully peaceful village in the north of Sardinia. Portobello is an oasis of calm: the exclusive holiday resort on the northern tip of Sardinia is an amalgamation of 200 upmarket villas in a landscape conservation area. It faces Corsica and enchants with gorgeous beaches and the unspoiled nature of Gallura.

Farmacia E. Agus Sotgiu - pharmacy
9 km

Silvia Danila Caria
18 km

Aglientu
9 km

The village of Aglientu is an original, slowly growing village. It all began with the church of St. Francesco of Assisi in 1776. A few years later a new church was built next to it, where festivals and trade took place. In 1850, some well-to-do families built true dwellings, which formed the core of the town centre. Today, Aglientu has almost 1,200 inhabitants and has formed a separate municipality belonging to the province of Olbia Tempio. Numerous festivals attract thousands of tourists from the coasts during the summer, such as the Seadas festival (typical dessert made with cheese and honey) on the last Saturday in June, or the sausage and cheese festival on the 12th of August.

Santa Teresa di Gallura
19 km

Granite outcrops and rugged coasts are characteristic of the area. Santa Teresa di Gallura is nestled within these features. From here the ferries leave for Corsica, which can be reached in just 45 minutes. A stroll through the old town is worthwhile. From here you come to the rocky outcrop in the sea, where the Longosardo tower was built in the 16th century, during the time of the Aragonese. From here you have a great view from the bay of Porto Longone to the bright rocks of the Corsican city of Bonifacio.

Portobello
2973 m

The beaches of Portobello are characterized by coarse, pink-coloured sand and rocks. There are a few charming little bays; in some it is good to have plastic sandals to protect your feet when going into the water. To reach the beach, drive towards Portobello Mare and take the gravel road to the car park (a parking fee applies). The beach is then one hundred metres on foot.

Vignola
4083 m

Located directly in Vignola Mare, just behind the holiday homes. This beach slopes extremely gently to the sea and is therefore ideal for children.

Cala Sarraina
4964 m

A magnificent small sandy beach, surrounded by pink rocks. There is a car park directly beside the beach. Take the SP 90 from Portobello towards Costa Paradiso. In Stazzu Lu Becciu, turn towards the sea and follow the road for approximately 2 km.

Riu di Li Saldi
5319 m

An isolated, coarse sandy beach. Its name comes from the small river Riu Li Saldi, which empties here. A small pine forest offers excellent refuge from the hot midday sun. Follow the SP 90 eastwards from Vignola Mare for approximately 2 km, then turn left towards the beach.

Lu Littorani
7 km

This idyllic beach is framed by lush sand dunes. The impressive waves make the beach a firm favourite amongst bodysurfers. From Portobello, take the SP 90 eastwards for approx. 9.5 km, then turn left onto the gravel road leading to the beach.

Li Cossi
11 km

This stunning beach is even known beyond the borders of Sardinia. Its situation between high rock faces and a small lake give it a magical atmosphere. The crystal-clear water makes it a paradise for diving enthusiasts. The beach is at the end of the village of Costa Paradiso. There you park and walk the last hundred meters over a narrow footpath to the bay.

Cala Piscina
12 km

This coarse sandy beach is enveloped by lush Mediterranean vegetation and pink rocks. Take the SP 90 towards Santa Teresa, then follow the signs to the beach.

Tinnari
13 km

A breathtaking, secluded sandy beach at the mouth of the Rio Pirastru. The beach can be accessed via the SP 90. Follow the road westwards until just before Isola Rossa. Take the road leading right towards the hotel Tinnari: follow the gravel road to the car park. A footpath leads to the bay (approximately 1 km). The Tinnari and Li Cossi beaches are linked via a footpath.

Rena Maiori
14 km

A splendid beach stretching kilometres and surrounded by golden dunes. Located on the road leading eastwards towards Capo Testa. Even in the height of summer this beach, with its turquoise water, remains an idyllic, well-kept secret.

La Marinedda
16 km

This beautiful, wide sandy beach is a popular place to bathe in the small village of Isola Rossa. Upon entering the village, turn left directly after Hotel Marinedda and follow the road for the few hundred kilometres to the beach. Beach umbrellas, loungers, pedal and motorboats can be hired here. It is a popular beach for windsurfing.

Rena Bianca Santa Teresa di Gallura
20 km

The beach is situated at the northern end of the small harbour town of Santa Teresa di Gallura. On a clear day, it is possible to see houses in the town of Bonifacio in Corsica. A stone’s throw from the beach, visitors can contemplate the Spanish watchtower, Torre Longosardo.

Badesi
21 km

In front of the village of Badesi is a 7 km long white sand beach. The beach, depending on where you are, has different characteristics and each stretch of beach has its own name. From the north to the south, these are: Li Junchi: this part of the beach measures 1.6 km and is very well equipped with bars, beach rental, surf and kite surfing schools. The next section is Li Mindi, which extends over several kilometres and is rather natural. It is also visited in summer and is recommended for those who like peace and quiet. The following 500 metre stretch is called Poltu Biancu, and continues to be natural and quiet. Then comes Baia delle Mimose, named after the resort of the same name, just behind the beach. The next part of the beach, Valledoria belongs to the municipality of Sassari and is a kind of sand island that has formed between the sea and the mouth of the Coghinas river. If you come from the place Valledoria, you have to take a small ferry to the beach. The last part of the beach is the San Pietro beach, where you can visit a small church.

Valle della Luna - Valley of the Moon
16 km

A high point of the scenically delightful Capo Testa peninsula is the Valle della Luna. The strange geological formations take visitors to a lunar landscape of impressive beauty. In the 1970s, the valley was a well-known hippy colony, and up until quite recently, many dropouts still lived in the great many cool caves in the valley. 

Corsica
19 km

Day trips from S. Teresa di Gallura to Bonifacio are offered. Several times a day small ferries cross the sea between S. Teresa di Gallura and Bonifacio, a small historic town on Corsica. The crossing only takes 45 minutes, and the neighbouring island of Corsica is well worth a visit. The old town, which is surrounded by a fortified wall, is situated on the dizzying heights of a brilliant white, rocky crag. This can be clearly seen from Sardinia on a good day.

Weekly street market - S.Teresa Gallura
19 km

Thursdays

Nuraghe Tuttusoni
2292 m

Agriturismo near the exit from Portobello. This establishment offers a rich four-course menu based on traditional Gallurese dishes using home-grown products served in rustic surroundings.

Campesi
3707 m

This agriturismo is situated on the coastal road from Santa Teresa di Gallura to Castelsardo, right between Portobello and Vignola Mare. Mouth-watering local delicacies made from home-grown produce.

Vignola Sports
4122 m

Bicycle rental and water sports

Gallura Bike Point
22 km

Get to know the fabulous Costa Smeralda countryside by bike. Gallura Bike Point, the active holiday specialists, bring top-quality mountain bikes from Scott, Quantec or Stevens directly to your front door. It is best to book before travel commencement.

Vignola Sports
4122 m

Here, sport lovers can learn to sail, windsurf and kite board, or simply hire a yawl or catamaran for individual use, in addition to a variety of surfboards, kites and much more. Various sized motorboats are also available for hire.

Portobello
351 m

The restaurant in the complex of Portobello itself is not exactly cheap, but definitely worthwhile. It is distinguished by its location and its exceptional gourmet offers.

L'Agnata Eldi
3747 m

Restaurant with terrace and view of the sea, which serves high-quality Sardinian fish and pasta specialties, located approximately 500m from Portobello.

La Cala
5028 m

Excellent fish.

Santa Maria - Hotel and Restaurant
6 km

An absolute must is the Sardinian shepherd’s soup called Zuppa Gallurese, a type of casserole with different kinds of meat, grated sheep's cheese, bread and tomato sauce.

S'Historia - Aglientu
14 km

A friendly pizzeria in the centre of Aglientu.

Market Portobello
275 m

You can get fresh bread here every day. The market is well signposted and easy to find in Portobello..

Market Vignola
3772 m

This small grocery store in Vignola is also easy to find. Simply follow the signs for it in Vignola.

Market Pileri - Costa Paradiso
10 km

Situated in the centre of the Costa Paradiso holiday resort.

Supermercato Di Carbini Sebastiano
18 km

A well-stocked supermarket with a wide range of products.

Market SISA in S. Teresa di Gallura
19 km

Nearest shopping centre with a full range of products. Coming from the direction of Vignola and Portobello it is at the entrance of S. Teresa di Gallura on the left side.

Vignola Sports - Watersport centre
4122 m

Here, sport lovers can learn to sail, windsurf and kite board, or simply hire a yawl or catamaran for individual use, in addition to a variety of surfboards, kites and much more. Various sized motorboats are also available for hire.

Li Nibbari - S. Teresa di Gallura
17 km

Here you can take lessons or take part in excursions on horse back.

Centro Ippico S.Teresa di Gallura
18 km

The riding centre is right next to the road leading into Santa Teresa di Gallura, to the north of the Costa Smeralda. We recommend ringing them beforehand.

Vignola Sports
4122 m

Accademia Subacquea Vignola Mare
4122 m

Diving Mediterraneo
19 km




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