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Overview

Semi-detach Villetta (70m2): with swimming pool, open from June until the end of September,private garden, parking space.

Dist. from the Sea: 2000 m | Sleeps up to 4 | Bedrooms: 2

Location: the house is in a residential complex of six house.
Inside the village of Costa Paradiso (north Sardinia).
View: spectacular view over the sea

Inside: 1 double room, 1 double or twin-bedded room, living room with a large double sofa, independent kitchen, 2 bathroom with shower,1 out door shower.

Safety: the village is guarded 24 hours a day.

Free Internet is available in the house.

Lovely Villetta with spectacular sea view in a complex of 6 at 700 meters by the sea and 2000 meters by road from the sea. The villetta Mariarte has a large lounge and 3 seat sofa Flat-screen TV, stereo and radio equipment, dining area, 1 double bedroom,1 double/single bedroom,2 bathroom 3 showers. Fully equipped independent kitchen with cutlery, glassware, cooking utensils, fridges, cooker, washing machine, iron and iron board. There is a 200 sqm of garden in the front of the house and on the back. Has a nice patio with sunbed chairs and barbecue where you can grilled you fish or meat also there is a outside shower with hot/could water. In front of the house there are 2 tarrazze with spectacular sea view. To sitting eating and enjoying the lovely sunset during eating "al fresco". The poll is available from June to the end of September . The villetta is positioned on the hills inside the spectacular village of Costa Paradiso. There is plenty room in the living room and in the dining room. To prepare food you will find a cooker, microwave. You will also have a washing machine, an iron and ironing board.
At 700 meters from the house there are restaurants, supermarkets, pharmacy and all kind of services and sports are available in the village.

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.
You will be remember Villetta Mariarte at Costa Paradiso as one of most beautiful place that you have seen.

Some reasons to come to sardinia
In Sardinia you will find full of white sandy beaches,crystal clear sea,hidden bays and coves and a land of beautifull unsploit nature and much more to be discovered,you will find local selling freshly grown fruit and vegetables,local cheeses,wine and fresh fish along the coast road. There are many local festivals and all are invited,The Sardinians are known for their warm hospitality. The coast line is a paradise for scuba dives and snwokerell. Some reasons to come to sardinia.Above all in Sardinia you will find tranquility,with its miles of unspoilt coastline and countryside,it remains one of the few"undiscovered"holiday island left in Europe

Summary:

The villa is setting on the hill in this natural spectacular scenario of this magnificent part of sardinia well know as Costa Paradiso The villetta as a beautiful sea view.

Facilities

Property type: Villa

Room details

Bedrooms:

2 bedrooms, sleeps 6

Bedroom 1: 1 Double bed, En Suite
Bedroom 2: 1 Single bed

Seats:
Room for 6 in the dining area
Room for 6 in the living area
Bathrooms:
2 bathrooms, 2 Separate WC's

Indoor facilities

Entertainment and IT:
CD player
Internet (WI-FI)
Heating and air con:
Air conditioning - Living rooms only
Central heating
Household:
Cooker
Cutlery
Fridge
Freezer
Glassware
Iron / board
Kettle
Microwave
Pots / pans
Towels / linen
Washing machine

Outdoor facilities

Swimming pool:
Shared: Dimensions 15m x 7m, Depth 1m to 2m,
Other:
Balcony or terrace
Barbecue
Outside lighting
Parking
Private garden
Sea view

Suitability

Suitable for
Children
Infants
Smoking

Sports and activities

Boat Hire
Cycling
Fishing
Golf
Horse Riding
Sailling
Scuba Diving
Sports Center
Swimming
Tennis
Wind Surfing

Sights and attractions

Historic Site
Local Food Market
Museum
Night Club
Shopping
Theatre
Theme Park
Cinema

Prices and availability

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Changeover days and minimum stays
Arrival date range Arrival and departure days Whole weeks only Minimum stay (nights)
30th May 2015 to 26th June 2015 Saturday No 7
27th June 2015 to 10th July 2015 Saturday Yes 7
11th July 2015 to 17th July 2015 Saturday Yes 6
18th July 2015 to 31st July 2015 Saturday Yes 7
1st August 2015 to 7th August 2015 Saturday Yes 6
8th August 2015 to 21st August 2015 Saturday Yes 7
22nd August 2015 to 11th September 2015 Saturday Yes 6
12th September 2015 to 3rd October 2015 Saturday Yes 7
27th May 2016 to 11th June 2016 Saturday Yes 7
12th June 2016 to 13th June 2016 Saturday No 7
14th June 2016 to 8th August 2016 None set No 7
9th August 2016 to 21st August 2016 Saturday Yes 7
22nd August 2016 to 11th September 2016 Saturday Yes 6
12th September 2016 to 3rd October 2016 Saturday Yes 7
30th May 2017 to 26th June 2017 Saturday No 7
27th June 2017 to 10th July 2017 Saturday Yes 7
11th July 2017 to 17th July 2017 Saturday Yes 6
18th July 2017 to 31st July 2017 Saturday Yes 7
1st August 2017 to 7th August 2017 Saturday Yes 6
8th August 2017 to 21st August 2017 Saturday Yes 7
22nd August 2017 to 11th September 2017 Saturday Yes 6
12th September 2017 to 3rd October 2017 Saturday Yes 7

Discounts and extras

If more then one discount matches your arrival date, please be aware that only one discount of the highest amount will be applied to your booking.


Discounts

Early Booking Discounts
Arrival date range Booking made more than x days/weeks/months before arrival Discount
31st May to 4th October 6 Months 15%
Late Booking Discounts
Arrival date range Booking made less then x days/weeks/months before arrival Discount
31st May to 4th October 20 Days 30%
31st May to 4th October 10 Days 40%
31st May to 4th October 30 Days 15%
Long Stay Booking Discounts
Arrival date range Booking is equal to or longer than x days/weeks/months Discount
31st May to 4th October 3 Weeks 20%

Extras

Compulsory extras
Description Arrival dates Booking length or occupancy Price
Final cleaning charge of 60 euro excludes kitchens and barbecau(which must be left neat, tidy, and cookers cleaned and crockery washed and returned to cupboards) Rubbish should all have been disposed of and not left in the property - this includes wine/beer pop bottles and cans etc. All year N/A £60.00 per booking

Paid with booking

Optional extras
Description Arrival dates Booking length or occupancy Price
Air Conditioner All year N/A £40.00 per week

Paid locally

Location

This is exact location

Nearby:
  • Nearest beach: 2km
  • Nearest bar: 1km
  • Nearest restaurant: 1km
  • Nearest supermarket: 1km
  • Santa teresa: 40km
  • Isola rossa: 15km
  • Palau: 55km
  • Porto Cervo: 65km

Reviews

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7 out of 7 people recommend staying here
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Stayed Saturday 23 August 2014 with Family
a wonderful warm welcome from the owner Mariano. The views from the villa were quiet spectacular and the sunsets from the balcony were incredible. We found the area to be a little isolated for us, great beaches but quite a drive to a small town. The area has been well kept. The villa had everything we needed but was a little tired.
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Stayed Saturday 29 September 2007
We went there between 1stOct - 6th Oct. Since it's the low season, the village was not crowded. This was a bonus as the sea tempature was still warm enough to swim but we only needed to share the beach with a few other tourists. The beach is only about 5 mins drive from the villa to the carpark and then 10mins walk to the beach from the carpark. The sea is crystal clear and the villa has a very nice view, esp when it's sunset time. Scuba diving is excellent there. The facilities in the villa are sufficient. Bring your own washing powder, coffee,etc though. Since it's the low season, the village supermarket only open for a short period of time and so make sure you get all you need. There are a few restaurants outside the village within 15 mins drive. The one just before you get to Isola Rossa is particular good. If you order in advance, you may get to try to famous suckling pig dish. It's also worth to take a drive to the nearby town as they are beautiful. This place will give you an ideal relaxing holiday if you go in the low season.
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A stunning location for the villa. All facilities in working order and very clean. Costa Paridiso has the benefit of feeling secluded, but has access to restaurants and shopping facilities, and a great local bar. Lots of other sights to see within easy reach by car. Kids loved the swimming, snorkelling, and rock pools. There was a great waterpark within 10km of the villa too. Take your phrasebook, and use the opportunity to polish your Italian. Stock up on provisions and enjoy the view.
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Being an avid fan of customer reviews, I am keen to be as accurate as possible. Our stay at Villetta Mariarte was fantastic. The arrival information and welcome from the owner was excellent with extremely rapid response to any queries. The villa was simply stunning-a great size for 4 adults with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and great outside spaces with barbecue areas and front porch with a breath-taking view and lovely shared pool. You definitely need to have a car as it is a 5minute drive to the beach and very hilly, but this also gives you the freedom to explore other wonderful beaches. There is an extremely handy supermarket where the staff couldnt be more friendly and helpful, which is true for all of Costa Paradiso. My only recommendations would be to brush up on your Italian and come with some mosquito repellent as there were a few at night-but we found Limoncello worked well. It was also quite hot at night as the villa didnt have air-conditioning, but the wonderful sea breezes cooled things down. Overall we had a great time, many fantastic evenings outside enjoying the gorgeous sunsets and we look forward to going back.
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Great location with lovely views!
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A fabulous week in an ideal setting. This is the getaway from it all break, the complex is clean and very tidy, you will need to stock up on provisions before you arrive, and then just chill. Great for walking and doing nothing. I will be back here soon..........................
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VILLA MARIARTE, COSTA PARADISO, 9-16 Sept 06 This is a lovely two-bedroom apartment/villa to spend a week of Sardinian summer, set in truly amazing scenery. Costa Paradiso is a little town cunningly built with the contours of the land to blend in with the fantastic sculpted pink rocks and cliffs. Though most of the villas are probably holiday homes, you feel like it’s a village not a tourist development. It’s ideal for a couple, who might have children (there are one double bed and two singles, and one bathroom.) No air-con, but that wasn’t a problem for us. I recommend those plug-in anti-mosquito (zanzare) things that you can get from the supermarkets. The apartment is modern and comfortable with lots of light and is spacious for two, with a rear patio to dry your clothes, barbecue, sunbathe etc and a front patio with great views where you can eat. It was very clean, as it should be considering the large cleaning charge! There are all the pots and plates you could need. There are only two TV channels in English, one news and the other pretty random, but we did not care – it was our honeymoon! Mariano is very friendly and helpful and speaks great English. He lives a little way down the coast in Valledoria and pops by to clean the pool a couple of times a week or if you had any problems (we didn’t). The pool is lovely, right next to the macchia (the resinous scented rough scrub that grows everywhere) down a few steps with wonderful views of the sea and rocky cliffs, and a little diving board. It’s shared with about 5 other apartments but when we were there we were the only ones swimming. If you like cats, there’s a family of sleek and friendly cats who run wild, eating whatever you will give them, but if you don’t feed them they won’t bother you. You can also toss your stale bread to the little wild pigs and their cute stripy piglets, who live in the macchia but will visit in the evening. There are a few restaurants in the town, which you will need to drive to (5-10 minutes at most, though the roads are quite narrow so go slowly). The quality of food, wine and service is very high everywhere in Sardinia, and mostly a lot cheaper than in the UK. But you might want to barbecue at home some nights with sea bass from the fish-shop in town! There are several little shops to buy bread every day, fresh pasta, the famous bitter honey (corbellozo) etc, or coral souvenirs, and there are two supermarkets. For your morning cafe latte and cornetti, Bar Jolly’s is very nice, and so is Lino’s. Costa Paradiso’s 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. I’d really 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, that’s how clear it is. My prescription goggles made all the difference if you wear glasses. Also a beach umbrella, as it can be incredibly hot! The sea was warm in September. Most supermarkets sell them cheaply. The beach is reached only on foot along a beautiful winding rocky path with steps up and down through the cliffs (about 15 minutes). Get to the parking lot early though! 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. But on the whole there is not a lot to do in the way of museums and such - this is a beach holiday with fabulous food and scenery. A little holiday italiano would be very helpful, as most of your fellow holidaymakers are mainland Italians and the Sards seem to speak very little English. We really only spoke English to each other and Mariano the whole week. The handiest phrases you’ll need are ‘Posso avere...?’ (may I have) and ‘Avete...?’ (do you have), besides normal greetings and words for food/days and times/open and closed etc. Also remember to keep your headlights on and dipped during the day. Enjoy!
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We spent one week in Costa Paradiso and spent our second week in Alghero as we wanted a quiet relaxing week and then a livlier week. We decided against hiring a car and upon arrival soon regretted our decision once we stepped of the bus in the middle of nowhere! We embarked on a long walk up to the Costa Pardsio barrier. Thankfully someone took pity on us and delivered us to our meeting point. Upon meeting the owner he drove us all (did 2 lifts as there were 6 of us) to the villa. They were very welcoming and gave us all the information that we needed. It reflected the pictures and although it is not what you would call a luxury villa, it was adequate and has beautiful views!! Beware though that whilst it has a shared pool, during siesta time, you must be quiet and this is between 1 and 4 I believe. As a group of 6, we were not expecting this restriction, but it didnt affect the holiday as it was a nice deep pool with a diving board and very relaxing without screaming kids everywhere! A car is definitely required as the beach is a long walk down a long windy road and an even longer walk back up it!! This long walk doesnt even lead you to the sandy beach, it leads you to a rocky beach which was not great for sunbathing but fun for jumping of rocks etc and swimming in clear water. You would definitely need a car to get to the sandy beachj and thankfully we were able to hire one in Costa Paradiso a few days in as it was really needed! It would definitely have been cheaper to have hired this prior to the hol though! The supermarket is about a 10 minute walk away, but again you would need a car in order to stock up on water etc!! Again someone took pity on us and drove us to a supermarket in the next town where everything was so much cheaper! This demonstrates just how kind everyone in this place are!! We had such a lovely stay and loved the sea and the pool and missed it greatly upon moving to our second week in Alghero which is much more commercilaised and whilst livlier, didnt quite compare to our 1st week in Costa Paradiso! There is also a brilliant club just down the road and a sporting club- would definitely go back, but with a car!!

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About the owner
Hi have been in this bussiness for more then 4 years now and I have been dealing with more then 300 family and had no one problem at all and 90% of this has going home very sastify with their stay in my villetta.Also some family have been back..... My best wish is to make hapy all my customers and help them to have a very good holiday. Regards Mariano.
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