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Homes in Sardinia

1,100 miles of stunning shores ●Includes famous Costa Smeralda coastline ● 3 airports

The stunning island of Sardinia, the second largest in the Mediterranean after Sicily, lies nearly 120 miles west of the mainland of Italy just south of Corsica. And there are numerous attractions to owning Sardinia real estate.

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Sardinia is home to some 1,100 miles of stunning coastline, from the inviting sandy beaches of the south to the breathtaking craggy cliffs and coves of the north, in particular in places such as Neptune’s Grotto near Alghero, to the inviting sandy beaches of the south.

In addition the island basks in long summers. The fine weather runs from April to the middle of October, with average temperatures rarely straying from around 25C (77F). High season is July and August, when areas such as the Costa Smeralda attract thousands of holidaymakers and daytrippers from elsewhere on the island – as well as Italians who come here to stroll and star-spot along Porto Cervo harbour. If you wish to avoid the crowds, you will find June and September a little less hectic.  

There are also three international airports – Cagliari in the south, Alghero in the north-west and Olbia in the north-east – so your real estate investment in Sardinia is always within easy reach.

The Costa Smeralda in the north-east has become a playground for the world’s rich and famous after the Aga Khan spotted its development potential in the 1960s. Although that means this isn’t necessarily the most affordable part of the property for sale in Italy market in which to buy Sardinia property, there are numerous other stunning parts of the island in which owning a villa or holiday apartment is much more within reach.

In particular, the areas around Alghero in the north and the south coast – including Cagliari – are increasingly popular among foreign visitors looking to buy property in Sardinia.

Just off the island’s north-east coast lies the isle of La Maddalena, the largest of seven that make up an archipelago and reachable by a 15-minute ferry from the town of Palau on the Sardinian mainland. Italians in their droves come here to get away from it all, attracted not least by its impeccably pristine beaches and charming sandy coves

If you are interested in Sardinia property for sale you may also want to consider:
Abruzzo property | Amalfi coast real estate | Calabria property | Liguria property | Puglia property | Sicily property | Tuscany property | Umbria property

 
 
 

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