Porto Rafael is an amazing place to stay in Sardinia if you are looking for a genuine luxury environment. Our newly designed villa will offer you an extraordinary level of comfort. Moreover, in the houses you want to explore and enjoy the outstanding Maddalena archipelago to the fullest!
The house has four rooms. All of them have independent entrance and 3 of them have private bathrooms as well. The house has a functional kitchen and a spacious living room. However, the space you will likely use the most will be the outer space, where teak wood, natural rocks, sofas, two tables and a professional barbecue blend in creating a fantastic outdoor living room, perfect for a drink after the beach or a dinner party. In addition to these spaces, the house also has a small rooftop that can be used for sunbathing. TV connection and wifi connection whole house.
The beach is reachable with a 10 minute walk, while Palau (near large city) and Porto Pollo (a windsurfing and wind sport paradise) are reachable in short time by car. The best way to explore Sardinia is by car or motorbikes. We suggest you to rent a car at the airport. The house offers parking spots for two cars.
The best way to explore Sardinia is by car or motorbikes. The house offers parking spots for two cars,
We can arrange (for an additional cost) daily boat trips on the Maddalena Archipelago with our boats and a professional skipper.
About the village? The legend tells that Rafael was driven to Sardinia by a small beach.
I know Rafael left Paris heading first to Nice then to Corsica and finally in 1959 in Sardinia, first to Sassari, then Stintino and Alghero in search of a place that would approach his dream. He went to "La Maddalena" and explored the island and continued his research. Rafael met Paolo Cudoni who, with his family, was the owner of the stretch of coast that from Punta Sardinia arrived in Palau. At first Cudoni led Rafael to Nelson's Bay, thinking that this was the most beautiful place for Palau, but even this place did not like it.
They were moved along the only dirt path that existed: Piazzetta he stopped and said: "This is the place I have I dreamed."
That was the moment the Porto Rafael legend was born.