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Luxury Villas Sardinia

Discover our Luxury Holiday Villas in Sardinia, Italy

Welcome to one of Italy’s best-kept secrets. A destination like no other, Sardinia is an Italian treasure that couldn’t be more idyllic for a luxury villa escape. Boasting wild scenery, amazing food and crystal clear waters, you truly feel like you have got away from it all on this stunning island.

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Sardinia, Italy

From 4,750 - 7,000

  • 4 Guests
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
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Sardinia, Italy

From 12,950 - 24,625

  • 12 Guests
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms

Guide to Sardinia


Picture crystal clear waters, rugged landscapes and a charmingly slow pace of life – welcome to Sardinia. It’s Italy’s second-largest island but will feel like you are miles away from the mainland.  With over 1,500kms of stunning unspoilt coastlines, charming towns alive with arts and culture, glamorous ports, endless activities and some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, this laid-back island offers something for everyone.

Saturated in an alluring history, visit the capital city of Cagliari to discover the ancient and distinguished old town before admiring the enthralling charm of medieval castles, teetering on hilltops shadowing the city below.

To the northeast of Sardinia lies Costa Smeralda, one of the most popular destinations, especially with sailing enthusiasts.  At the heart of Costa Smeralda, you will find the seaside resort of Porto Cervo, where the shores are draped with designer boutiques and glamorous restaurants. 

Not only famed for its intriguing architectural landmarks and inviting turquoise waters but Sardinia is also famed for what some regard to be the finest lobster in the world. The reputation of Sardinian cuisine precedes itself and foodies will delight in the opportunity to try some of the incredible dishes such as simple yet delicious seafood and succulent wild boar.

From the glitz and glamour of Costa Smeralda to the magnificent rugged landscaped of the southern and inland areas, Sardinia will dazzle you from the moment you arrive. 

Our luxury villas in Sardina cater to every taste and requirement whilst all being unashamedly fabulous. Whether you want the perfect, picturesque view from your luxury villa, a family-friendly villa with a private pool, or a private home away from it all,  we will be sure to find the perfect Sardinia villa rental for you and your group.

We don’t do ordinary here. We are a small team of experienced travel specialists, no request is too big or too small, so please do ask for our advice if you are planning to book a luxury villa in Sardina.

Things to do

Best for sundowners

White Beach Club, Porto Cervo – This laid-back luxe beach club spread across the soft sands of Costa Smeralda has long been in favour among superyacht-goers seeking out an exclusive daytime retreat. 

Le Terrazze Ritual, Costa Smeralda – Found in the heart of Costa Smeralda, Le Terrazze Ritual is really a one-of-a-kind rooftop venue. Carved into a rock, here you find several terraces with waterfalls, water features and colourful mosaic floors, right in the middle of the green and luxuriant nature. It’s the ultimate sunset spot!

Upper Palau, Palau – Located in Palau, on the northern part of Sardinia, the Upper Palau rooftop bar offers great views. With its seaside location, the open-air terrace comes with an extraordinary and panoramic 360° view over the sea of Sardinia.

Best restaurants

Blù Restaurant, Golfo Aranci – Offering a taste of classic Sardinian cuisine, with a menu presenting age-old recipes from the surrounding villages as well as contemporary Mediterranean dishes. Dine on the terrace overlooking the beautiful Golfo Aranci, or choose your very own exclusive gazebo with marvellous beachfront views.

Cala Beach Club, Costa Smeralda – An exclusive beach club long frequented by a discerning clientele, this fabulous hotspot is located on the beachfront of uber-chic Hotel Cala di Volpe. Signature dishes here showcase the very best of Balearics cuisine, with delicious cocktails to match. 

Quattro Passi Al Pescatore, Porto Cervo – Quattro Passi Al Pescatore, attached to the Cervo Hotel, was the first restaurant to be built on the Costa Smeralda, back in the 1960s, and today offers one of the most exciting local seafood menus in an exclusive waterside location.

Best for exploring

Go wine tasting at one of the local wineries – Try the ruby-red Capo Ferrato wine, produced locally in Villasimius, with a typically Sardinian dish like fried gianchettus, which are tiny fish.

Neptune’s Grotto – In Sardinia’s protected Capo Caccia is one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful and best-known natural beauty spots – the incredible network of ancient caves that make up Grotta di Nettuno (Neptune’s Grotto).

Petra Segreta – Hidden away in the hills south of Porto Cervo, Petra Segreta is an oasis of luxury and peace waiting to spoil you with the highest level of indulgence. Try one of their spa packages, it’s the perfect place to escape the crowds and unwind.

Sardinia essential visit

Cala Goloritzè – Created by a landslide in 1962,  Cala Goloritzè Beach in Sardinia’s Baunei region is now renowned for its unique beauty and fascinating rock formations. Limestone rocks cluster at either end of the beach and the contrast between their craggy surfaces and the clear blue sea provides a postcard-worthy scene.

Best for Beaches

Oasi of Biderosa – This is one of the best beaches in Sardinia not only because of its white and soft sand and the crystal clear emerald sea but especially thanks to its unspoiled nature and the restricted number of people who are allowed to enter each day.

Cala Brandinchi – Also known as ‘Tahiti’, is stunning. You will feel like you are in Polynesia there: the white sand is in sharp contrast with the turquoise blue of the water, studded with darker reflections where the rocks emerge.

Spiaggia del Principe – This is considered one of the best beaches in Costa Smeralda, and definitely one of the best beaches in Sardinia (not to mention, this is thought to be one of the 20 most beautiful beaches in the world).

When to Visit

Sardinia is a year-round destination but the most popular time to visit is summer when it can reach 30°C. Spring and autumn are the best times to visit if you prefer cooler days and tend to be less busy. The island’s much more serene without the summer crowd intensity and the day-to-day temperatures are still hot.

Getting Here

You can get to Sardinia by boat or by air. The main airport is Olbia Coast Smeralda Airport.

Hiring a car is recommended if you want to explore the delights of this incredible region. Please do ask our team if you would like a luxury vehicle delivered to your private Sardinia villa on arrival.

Our website offers a small flavour of the many houses we work with and some of our owners prefer to remain anonymous.

So simply get in touch to find the villa that perfectly matches your criteria.

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