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Stintino is situated 40 Km North of Alghero. The picturesque small village clustered amongst the new tourist marina and the old harbor is a maze of narrow lanes all leading down to the sea. Here one can enjoy a relaxing lunch in one of the many excellent small trattorias or simply a cold drink whist enjoying the peaceful atmosphere of this pleasant old fishermen village.
Here tradition, beautiful nature and the kind welcome of the people meet to offer a most relaxing stay and a real "holiday feel".
On the journey from Alghero to Stintino, the essence of the landscape changes from barren hills dotted with wild olive trees and junipers to the transparent emerald color of the sea against pear white beaches.
Such a charming area also perfect for families. It is home to one of the Mediterranean’s most spectacular vistas: the dawn rising on La Pelosa beach, touching the white extension of sand and plunging into the Polynesian blue of the water, will leave an ever lasting memory.
Built with local slate its terrace opens onto the view of the sea and of the most beautiful beach of Sardinia’s North West Coast.
40km from Alghero airport.
Still unspoiled, the local shores echoing the shrill cry of seagulls.
In the distance the view of L’Asinara, which is part of Italy’s natural heritage.
Beautiful period house surrounded by large grounds and a walled garden covered with climbing plants and flowers. The villa borders a olive grove with ancient beautiful trees. The house has a unique charm and will give guests the chance to discover and get closer to the ancestral spirit of this island and its sheer beauty.
A charming beach apartment skirting the sea and a secluded sandy cove. Almost surrounded by water, nestling between rocks and a sandy coves. This romantic apartment is located on the first floor of a tower built in 1800 and surrounded by the private park 10km from the Catalan citadel of Alghero. Perfect for a couple seeking privacy and tranquillity but also for a small family. The tranquillity of this place is highlighted by the private park dotted with olive trees and wild juniper trees which lead to the sea and are part of this exclusive estate.
Quaint small villa newly built on the ruins of an old barn. Rebuilt with maximum comfort in mind, offers very high standard living spaces and modern facilities. The house is perfect for a small family of 4 or a group of friends.
This charming small house has been refurbished with style and comfort in mind. Gorgeous sea views, it faces a landscape of wild unblemished beauty.
Restaurants, bars, mini-market and water sports are all to be found within easy walking distance. Close to the village, offering a further variety of dining options, local craft and food shops, together with excursions to the local Island of Asinara.
This villa is one of the few properties in the area which offers immediate access to the wonders of the coast, whilst remaining a tranquil place to be.
Hiding amongst reefs and a large garden dotted with olive trees and palms, Villa Elicrisio boasts a breath-taking vista, facing the sunset with unrestricted views reaching from one side to the other of the bay below.
Nearby La Speranza beach awaits with soft golden sand bordering juniper trees. In the estate there is also a traditional barn fully refurbished which could also be rented if there are more than 10 guests. The barn has 2 bedrooms. A/C, Wi-Fi.
With its quiet and safe location, and secluded, secure garden, this house is absolutely the perfect choice for those who want to choose between time at the beach, and time in their "space". The house is situated in a residential area dotted with villas and lush gardens with its own supermarket, several restaurants, boutiques, mini-golf, and various entertainment options. These amenities are not within easy 'hearing' distance of the villa, and do not spoil the tranquility.
Tucked away amongst peaceful lush Mediterranean gardens in a quiet and family-friendly residence alongside a coastline of silent sandy coves and a beach perfect for children. Olympic Swimming pool and pizzeria on location.
It is approx. 20 min drive from the charming historic citadel of Alghero, which has surely the most characteristic and picturesque old town in Sardinia. A maze of narrow cobbled lanes and small squares with typical Mediterranean cafes opening their terraces onto the old squares with shady sitting corners and the relaxing atmosphere one loves in this old traditional towns which come alive in summer!
La Pelosa, Ezzi Mannu, Ancora, Argentiera, the unspoilt beaches of “Villaggio Nurra” (with amazingly clean water) surrounded by Mediterranean macchia (vegetation) scattered with grazing sheep, these are amongst the beaches one can visit, whilst staying in Stintino.
For those who want silence and solitude even in August we recommend Rena Grande (At Villaggio Nurra). The beach is kept unspoilt due to its position at the bottom of a highland. The water is so pure here and warm! These are some of the beaches one can visit, whilst in Stintino.
Stintino is a real “diners” paradise, a place where fresh, high quality food is at home. Restaurants such as La Pelosetta (situated on La Pelosa beach in a most charming position directly on the edge leading down sandy dunes) are amongst the best but Valentina, La Darsena, Da Lia, Capo Falcone also offer fresh, nice food especially fish specialities and great pizzas! Il Gabbiano Restaurant is built directly on the beach, perfect for dining al “fresco”, whilst the children can have fun playing on the beach.
STINTINO WIND SURFING AND PADI RECOGNIZED SCUBA DIVING CENTRE IS OPEN FROM MAY TILL OCTOBER. Situated directly on the beach it has English speaking instructors and scuba diving and sailing courses for any age – starting with the “bubble makers” course for 7 years old.
In Stintino there is also a modern Tennis Club (in Capo Falcone) open till late at night with instructors. In the summer Stintino’s ancient squares host evening markets and dance events, during which the sound of South American music fills the roads and the promenade alongside the sea.
Finally for the “Italian Experience”, Alghero awaits you with its cobbled narrow lanes, where colourful washing creates cool shadows during hot summer days and at night a variety of markets and restaurants open their doors offering a welcoming atmosphere with nice food. Stintino is also the town of churches and museums, a place where history and tradition meet the eye of the visitor.
This ancient pastel coloured fisherman’s village has kept its authenticity for hundreds of years. It is situated between the old port, Porto Vecchio where the fishing boats come back to harbour and Porto Nuovo, the Tourist Marina.
In Stintino you can still see the old sea captains meeting in the village "piazza", gossiping about everyday life or sitting around in the sun at the corners of Lungomare Colombo, Stintino's "Promenade". The walk along the village beach between the old and the new port is delightful.
The restaurant Lu Fanali, situated by the Lungomare, is one of a few places where aperitifs are served on the veranda by the sea in the summer. La Darsena is another restaurant where supper is served on the terrace overlooking the sea.
Asinara Island … an untouched paradise of unimaginable beauty. It has now become a National Park with white beaches and rare fauna. It is also home to the only race of small albino donkeys in the world. It is also the perfect spot for scuba diving.
Untouched nature. Nature has been particularly generous with Stintino - the sea is the colour of the most transparent sapphire and the sand is white: La Pelosa beach and Le Saline frame Stintino. The long Saline Beach is connected to ancient salt pans, which are home to the many elegant pink flamingos during their migrating months.
During the highest of summer, there is a beach which remains undiscovered, Rena Grande (near the small hamlet of Pozzo San Nicola) at Villaggio Nurra. An unforgettable place with incredibly clean water with white round pebbles (no sand).
Ezzi Mannu is also a nice beach, with a wooden kiosk, less known than La Pelosa, it has a romantic feeling about it. Perfect for a late afternoon swim or during the day, tucked away as it is it has always less people.
Stintino's roots lie in a seafaring culture consisting of daily fishing and the big seasonal tuna fishing. As daily fishing is one of the main economic sources of Stintino, this guarantees fresh fish and unique lobster dishes!
There are many restaurants, which serve excellent food, specializing in lobsters and sea urchins. La Pelosetta is one of them. A place to eat whilst listening to the waves and looking at the sun going down at la Pelosa beach.
Behind Capo Falcone on the north West Coast the cliffs of the open sea reflect the wild beauty of this land. Long walks are an inviting prospect given the beautiful untouched countryside.
A date not to be missed is the last week in August when the international sailing regatta of the historical Latin sailing boats “Vela Latina” takes place.
Stintino is situated less than 40 km from the Alghero-Fertilia airport. Ryanair flies there from Stansted twice daily in the summer and once a day in winter. There are also flights from Gatwick, Birmingham and Ireland. From Olbia and the Costa Smeralda, Stintino is approximately 2 hours drive away. It is just 30 km from Porto Torres, which has daily ferry connections with Genoa and Civitavecchia as well as Livorno and Toulon in France.