VILLA BIANCA is the name chosen for the largest and most prestigious villa within the estate located in the ”Pulicinu“ area of the Municipality of Arzachena, characterized by an extraordinary example of Mediterranean scrub at the foot of a group of granite rocks overlooking the Gulf of Cannigione.
Project already carried out for the expansion of the villa.
The current estate houses a complex of buildings built in the 1960s in perfect “Costa Smeralda” style, with a central porticoed residential villa, a separate basement building for services and a large outdoor swimming pool. All within a small park with essences and shrubs typical of the Mediterranean scrub.
The term COSTA SMERALDA was introduced for the first time in the 1960s by HRH, the Ismaelite prince Karim Aga Khan, referring to that coast of north-eastern Sardinia where a small group of international investors had created the ”Consorzio Costa Smeralda“, non-profit association created on March 14, 1962 with the aim of planning a balanced urban development and creating infrastructures that could set a better enhancement of elite tourism. The responsibility of guiding the development of the territory was then flanked by the responsibility of protecting and enhancing the real building heritage, a new concept of tourism whose exclusivity is now recognized all over the world and which has made it a high quality brand. It extends over an 88 km long coastline and embraces the territory between Portisco and Poltu Qualtu, bordered by two monolithic granite rocks with the “Costa Smeralda” bas-relief. Its territory is characterized by the presence of numerous inlets, small beaches, and has an extensive hinterland animated by granite hills, covered with Mediterranean scrub and olive groves. The tourist attraction is easily reachable from the main European capitals and the most important Italian capitals from the Olbia-Costa Smeralda international airport which is 40 km away.