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In a magical setting amongst dunes and sandy beaches, framed by a sea of transparent emerald color a few meters away from its garden, villa "Great Cape" is situated on the peninsula to the north of the Gulf of Oristano on Sardinia’s west coast.
Home to surfers and kite-surfing, the area has become over the years a meeting place for lovers of these sports but also for those who wish to stay away from main stream tourism.
White predominates over everything, and the sober but elegant house emphasizes the Mediterranean lifestyle which from the sixties until today has marked the most interesting villas built on Sardinia’s coastline.
Consisting of five bedrooms and three bathrooms, a large living room and a well-fitted and equipped kitchen, the villa boasts spacious rooms and a design inspired by the maritime surrounding. On first floor the terrace faces the sea and the views embrace the whole Gulf of Oristano. A large outdoor veranda on ground floor with shaded dining and lounging areas opens onto the swimming pool and the garden.
Total garden area 4500 m2
Villa – 300 m2
Is Arutas beach stretches for several kilometers; the sea of all shades of tourquoise. It is known as "the beach of the grains of rice", being composed of small grains of quartz, of shades ranging from pink, to green, to pure white.
Is Arutas, as well as the nearby beaches of Mari Ermì and Maimoni, differ from the other coasts of Sardinia, because composed of porphyritic granite instead of the common calcareous rock. The seabed consists of colorful quartz grains which are the result of a long chemical evolution and atmospheric processing. This corner of Sardinia is unique and wild. It provides the basic services, but it is a destination far from the mass tourism. All these aspects make Is Arutas even more fascinating.