Inside and uotside of Villetta Mariarte
The villa consist of a large lounge with TV and with double sofa bed and dining area,with venetian windows leading to the garden,patio and the shared swimming pool,with spectacular sea views. Kitchen area with doors leading to back patio with built in barbeque with an outside sink and hot/could shower for after beach. There is a washing machine in a small laundry room. The master double bedroom has his own private bathroom with shower with venetian windows leading to the patio.The second bedroom has venetian windows leading to the veranda and garden and the pool. The second bedroom can be with a double bed or spilt into two single beds.) Bed/bath linen is included in the price. There is also two verandas with the spectacular sea view with table and chairs to eating "al fresco" .For your car there is a private parking space.
The spectacular scenary of Costa Paradiso
The villa is located in the spectacular village of Costa Paradiso.A village,half hidden,built into the rocks that rise out of the crystal clear sea.The villa is 700 meters and by road 2Km or 5 minutes from the sea and a short walk along the shore takes you to one of the most beautiful beaches along the entire coast. The beach is small but truly beautiful, completely undeveloped, hidden in a cove backed by a little river winding back into the rocky hills, and with a crescent of soft sand. Is recommend getting a snorkel and a mask as there are loads of fish to check out, and once we even saw a huge yellow jellyfish-type thing about 20 m away underwater, thats how clear it is
Costa Paradiso: Few places turn out to be paradise -
This huge natural park extending to over 2000 acres comes very close!
The coastline is a rocky one with many of the cliffs and rocks shaped by the pounding of the sea and wind over thousands of years - the imagination can go wild visualizing the rock formations, which often resemble faces, minimal shapes and even gargoyles produced by nature. The pink granite rocks take even a rosier glow during the magnificent sunsets over the sea.
If you would rather swim directly off the fabulously scenic rocks along the coast, there are plenty of little coves easily accessible to snorkel off. If you want a giant beach then drive a half-hour along the coast road (either direction), or for shopping and wandering in the old town, Castelsardo is very nice as a daytrip. Inland you should see some of the many nuraghic ruins - weird and atmospheric. In the village you will find shops,bars,restaurants and swimming pools,plus facilities for water sports and trips by boat to various local beaches. A short drive along the coast takes you to the picturesque town of Santa teresa di Gallura,where you can take boat trips to the nearby island including Corsica. You will also find excellent local fresh fish restaurants and close by Capo Testa is worth a visit for the spectacular landscape.