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Witness the glitz and glamour of Sardinia’s annual Sailing Regatta

 

Costa Smeralda is an idyllic destination in Sardinia, with white sands and splendid blue waters stretching as far as the eye can see. Float in a sprawling infinity pool in a villa beneath cloudless blue skies, or relax in a beachfront haven complete with its own private spa. All our luxury villas in Costa Smeralda are carefully designed to blend Sardinian elegance with all the modern comforts you could hope for on a classic and stylish Italian getaway.

 

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Costa Smeralda

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About Costa Smeralda

One of the most exclusive destinations in Italy, Costa Smeralda is a small slice of paradise on the north Sardinian coast. Made for relaxation, its soft white-sand beaches stretch for over 20km along the shore. Off the coast, the waters of Costa Smeralda can seem to be alive with sailing boats. If you time your visit correctly you can be a part of the glamorous events that surround the Sardinia Sailing Regatta.

Yet it’s not all la dolce vita here. There’s plenty of la vita tranquilla, too. With secluded villas on large estates there’s plenty of peace and blissful escape on offer. Set in the verdant hills you’ll be surrounded by the wild nature of Sardinia. Mediterranean scrub scent fills the air, and sweeping views encompass wide open spaces filled with pristine nature, olive trees and granite rocks. The landscape’s primordial beauty here is hard to match.

If you should tire of gazing at the views and lying beside the pool in your luxury Costa Smeralda villa, there are plenty of welcoming distractions. Unsurprisingly, watersports abound in Sardinia. The blue-tinted waters and rocky reefs off the coast make it a heavenly spot for snorkelling or scuba diving. From parasailing to banana boats, there are plenty of other thrill-seeking activities to enjoy too.

One of this Italian island’s secret gems is Neptune’s Grotto. This seafront cave is a maze of natural columns, where stalactite and stalagmites meet to produce some exquisite underground terrain. After a guided tour, sample Sardinia’s locally produced wine with a seafood dinner and then, as the sun sinks beneath the shimmering Mediterranean waters, say goodnight to another perfect day in paradise.

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