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Find your perfect rental among our Sardinia villas collection. Our selection of private retreats is sure to please the most discerning travelers. Sardinia, with its close to 2,000 km of coastline, is the second largest island in the Mediterranean. The island is located in the middle of the Mediterranean, with Corsica directly to the north, the Italian peninsula to the east, and Tunisia to the south. In terms of tourism, Sardinia offers something for everyone. While the glitz and glam of Costa Smeralda, with its five-star hotels and Beverly Hills worthy shopping, are big draws for some, a private villa rental in Sardinia is much more appealing to other travelers. For the beach bums, what could be better than a villa with private beach access? For the foodies there is of course an endless selection of seafood dishes to die for. For those looking for a bit of culture, why not explore ruins from Sardinia’s Carthaginian and Roman past? And for nature lovers, there is no end to the discoveries of Sardinia’s rocky interior and nature reserves. Let SopranoVillas’ staff help you find the perfect Sardinian retreat!
Porto Cervo and Porto Rafael are two beautiful areas located in the north of the island. While staying at your private villa rental in Sardinia, you can still enjoy the hustle and bustle of the island’s upscale Porto Cervo which was developed by Prince Karim Aga Khan in the 1950s and 1960s. At Porto Cervo you’ll find designer shops, the Porto Cervo Yacht Club, and famed alfresco restaurants. It is truly the place to be seen in the peak vacation times of July and August. Similar to Porto Cervo, Porto Rafael was founded in the 1950s by Raphael Neville, Count of Berlanga de Duero. Just 30 minutes from Porto Cervo, many celebrities chose to build their Sardinia villas here to avoid the busyness of Porto Cervo. Getting to the north of Sardinia is relatively easy, with the international airport of Cagliari a scenic 3.5 hour drive away or with ferry access from various points on mainland Italy and Corsica.