Sardinia, sited in the Tyrrhenian Sea, is the second largest island in the Mediterranean and Costa Smeralda placed in the north-east of the island, is one of the greatest ecological success of the European Tourism industry.
Thanks to low population density and protection of ancient traditions and cultural - historical, archaeological features, food and wine specialties etc.
Sardinia is able to meet a long-term tourism in a sustainable way, combining the splendid nature with the best amenities.
With its 450 km of coastline, it is an area remained at its natural state, free from intensive agriculture and industries and without any physical and visual barrier that limits the horizon. This area is considered today as a major city area, whose center is the lively town of Olbia and the neighborhoods areas extend to Porto Rotondo, Porto Rafael, Porto Cervo, Palau up to Santa Teresa and Aglientu.
The urban rules that limit the settlements near the coast, since 1968 have made the value of a villa bordering the sea priceless: it is like an inestimable work of art. For this reason, perhaps, the brand Sardinia - Costa Smeralda has become one of the most famous in the world and synonymous of undisputed quality.
The environmental heritage of Gallura and Costa Smeralda offers a rare synthesis of all these qualities that people who live in the city are looking for. The unique environmental and morphological conditions in which houses are set make them a unique and rare property not comparable to those of other parts of the Mediterranean.
These unique features are: