About Villa Paradiso
Perched on top of a mountain with sweeping views over pristine nature, olive trees, Mediterranean scrub and granite rocks, Villa Paradiso rightfully claims its position as one of Italy's most sought after properties in the exclusive Costa Smeralda in Sardinia. The 800 sq m (8,600 sq ft) living space is distributed over five separate buildings, some of which connected by glass constructions. This clever set up makes Villa Paradiso the perfect retreat for couples or small families travelling together as it guarantees privacy and independence. The buildings are surrounded by a beautiful garden with local plants such as oleander, junipers and holm oaks. From the 25meter (82ft) long infinity edged swimming pool one has some of the greatest views over the wild Gallura region.
Finished with the finest materials and to the highest standard, Villa Paradiso cleverly blends within its pristine surroundings. The estate is in a dominant and completely secluded location and features 43ha of land with paths for hiking. It comprises several buildings: a master suite with spacious office and living area, two guest suites, a pool house, a grand space with living area and dining areas and several covered terraces. A communal area in the garden makes for an ideal outdoor space for alfresco dining, while the living spaces guarantee privacy. The result is this spectacular property with infinity pool, bocce court, breath-taking views, an immense amount of peace and tranquillity, perfect for a group of friends or family gathering. Immersed in pristine countryside, Villa Paradiso offers easy access to the Costa Smeralda which draws visitors and jet-setters from all corners of the globe. Nearby San Pantaleo and Santa Teresa di Gallura boast some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean Sea. The fashionable and posh Porto Cervo with its boutiques, restaurants, yachts and the charming of Porto Rotondo are within a short drive. However it's another type of visitors that is attracted to this estate. Less ostentatious but in search of a genuine yet luxurious retreat. The Gallura - the area in North eastern Sardinia- is much more than what displayed in the glossy magazines. Rich in history, when visiting, one can feel the strong, echoes of ancient times. Its millennium old history still reflects in the mysterious nuraghi, circular buildings whose purpose is still unknown and therefore so appealing to modern times. The wide open spaces, pure landscapes and primordial beauty of this stretch of land will fascinate and capture you like any other part of Italy.