Independent villa with large patio, pool (7 x 3,50 deep 1,20) and beautiful garden of 2500 m², perfect for people who need privacy and quiet. The villa is made up of 2 double bedroom (with airconditioning). One twin bedroom and 1 bathroom with shower. The livingroom, on the same floor, has fire place and tv. The kitchen is fully equipped
Villa Aloe is close to the golf course at Is Molas. Villa Aloe is supplied with many comforts such as air conditioner, oven, microwave, iron, ironing board, dishwasher, washing machine, barbecue, water tank.
Beautiful enclosed garden of 2.500 m² with green grass, garden furnitures and thick vegetation with palms and pine trees and many coloured flowers. Its possible to drive trough the villa using a comfortable electric gate.
We advise you to rent a car and not miss one of the most beautiful views in Europe, leading you towards capo Teulada, and take a swim in the blue-green waters of Tueredda beach, Piscinni and Capo Zafferano
Is Molas Golf Course and Pula: the golf course at Is Molas was the first in Sardinia and with its twenty-seven holes is the largest on the island. The Club House is elegant and well-equipped: there is a bar with a panoramic terrace, a pro shop and the Ristorante Is Molas, open at lunchtime and for special occasions, which offers a creative Mediterranean cuisine based on local Sardinian products.
Pula is just one km far from the villa. Pula is the most important town in the coast and here you'll find everything you might need like supermarket, restaurant, pizzas, banks. Pula is a pretty town just a short ride away. It has the classic church in the town square and a piazza that often has live music in the summer months. There are a handful of great restaurants each serving the catch of the day - sea bass, orata and lobster are common on menus. Despite being a small town there are at least 4 gelaterias selling home-made ice cream
What will surprise, is how the landscape changes from area to area. There are flat areas with almond trees and olive trees that then turn into long strips of sand and uneven coasts, with old towers built up on hills that still stand against the wind.
While moving towards the most beautiful beaches of South Sardinia, you will certainly
The coastline from Pula heading west is stunning with large beaches and smaller inlets to be found dotted everywhere. All the beaches have white sand and crystal clear sea......they are ideal for children.
Beahces: There are many white-sand beaches in this area, like Cala Verde, is Morus and Stella marina, that all have shallow crystal clear waters:
Part of beautiful Chia, this inlet lies very close to the remains of the Phoenician city of Bithia and is surrounded by juniper and centuries old pine trees. Its sand is thin and soft and its water is crystal clear.
When you come here you will have the impression of being somewhere else, maybe on a tropical island. We advise you to take a walk up to the hill, where the old Torre di Chia lies, and enjoy the colourful landscape around you, embellished by gold-colour pebbles, cream-colour sand and the sea’s many shades of blue.
It seems like a natural depression, sheltered from the wind with a Spanish tower that dominates the wild landscape of the inlet.
Tuerredda and Nora: Tuerredda
We advise you to visit this beach, that is considered one of the most beautiful in the whole of Sardinia and is along the road for Teulada. It is an inlet of colours that go from green, to light blue and then to white. From here, you will have the Nora, the first city of Sardinia
Nora, is one of the most important archaeological sites of the Mediterranean. Its origins are Nuraghic, but it was the Phoenicians who founded what many consider the first city of Sardinia, between the 9th and 7th century B.C.
We advise you to rent a car and not miss one of the most beautiful views in Europe, leading you towards capo Teulada, and take a swim in the blue-green waters of Tueredda beach, Piscinni and Capo Zafferano (you can only get here by boat). It will be hard to go home after a holiday like this.... !!
For the more adventurous there are lots and lots of walking tours/hikes in the mountains to the north of our villa and for those keen on golf, Is Molas is 15min away (a very well known course that has held the Italian Open). Other activities such as horse riding, sailing, kite surfing and kayaking are available within a short ride
Pula offers visitors not only nice shops, bars, pizzerias, restaurants and supermarkets but an array of gastronomic specialities: from the excellent sea food specialities to the ancient cooking traditions of the shepherds. Very closed to Pula is the Roman amphitheatre of Nora, that lies directly on the sea and is used for a music festival in summer.