This is an area of great peace and beauty not far from the bustling town of Alghero. The house is surrounded by a garden of roses and hidden from view by an olive grove of 6000 square meters, with which the owners produce the oil reserves for the family. The wide spaces allow then walks and games while the panorama of the sea and the wide Gulf of Alghero, enjoying the veranda for romantic dining or sunbathing, can breathe air and bucolic, exotic retreat from city life.
At about 1.5 km (and 20 minute walk), in the direction of Alghero, you reach a small beach between the rocks, known as Cala Bona and the best sandy beach is just 10 minutes by car, arriving from a quiet road through the west coast in the direction of Bosa: the places here are still intact and the high hills of trachyte porphyry, green and red faces almost to the sea for about 40 km.
The Gulf of Alghero offers however a range of beaches of sand of different colors, apart from 5 to 25 km: Le Bombarde, Maria Pia, Lazzaretto, Mugoni, Porto Ferro, etc..
The promontory of Capo Caccia is home to one of the most popular tourist caves, frequented since 1800, reachable by land or by boat: The Neptune's Caves.
The surroundings are beautiful, made attractive by limestone cliffs and the islands inhabited by protected species. Many also are hiking you can do in the Natural Park of Porto Conte, a protected area where live wild horses and donkeys, fallow deer and other species. Inside there are opportunities for cultural visits to archaeological sites such as prehistoric tombs like Anghelu Ruju.
At the estate you find a qualified hiking guide which organizes excursions to see spectacular places, walking on scenic paths for trekking lovers. If you are interested in combining housing + excursion, here you can book it. Average level, medium-high and low.
Alghero is finally a lively town, full of restaurants offering seafood, pizza, local aperitifs. The elegant old town, dating back to the Catalan and Spanish domination, has sixteenth-century buildings, cobblestone streets and a long wall (a fortress called 'La Muralla') along the sea to walk on hot summer evenings.