The Real Estate Yes Luxury Homes offers for sale wonderful house within the exclusive Village of Cape Hunt, north west of Sardinia from where you can admire some of the most beautiful Italian views.
Being a protected area it is not possible to build new buildings, therefore it is a great real estate investment. The property has a 130 sqm square footage consisting of: kitchen; living room; three bedrooms, three bathrooms, two large verandas plus a beautiful garden. There is the possibility of creating a third room. Outside the house, we have a laundry room and a utility room. Distance from the sea: 200 meters. Keeper 24 hours a day, with vigilance at the entrance.
Village Pischina Salida Capo Caccia
The village Pischina Salida, consisting of more than 200 units, equipped with sports facilities (swimming pools, tennis courts, soccer fields, beach volleyball and basketball court) and services (club house, restaurants, bar, market), is located in the end North-western Sardinia, close to Capo Caccia, the imposing promontory of limestone that overlooks the bay of Alghero and, with the other promontory of Punta Giglio, encloses the great cove of Porto Conte.
Capo Caccia owes its name to the pigeon hunts, which the notables of the nineteenth century made from the boat during the periods of calm around the promontory.
From the top of the promontory of Capo Caccia you can see the wide Gulf of Alghero and the nearby Foradada Island, which are one of the most beautiful and evocative views of the island.
Capo Caccia is equipped with a lighthouse that, thanks to its position in height, 168 meters above sea level, is the highest and one of the most visible of the Mediterranean.
Currently, throughout the entire area, they insist both the marine protected area of Capo Caccia-flat Island, marine reserve, and the regional Natural Park of Porto Conte, established in 1999, whose territory is characterized by a wide variety of environments of high Naturalistic interest, due to the presence of animal species of community importance, and of numerous endemic plant species (www.parcodiportoconte.it).
From the calcareous nature of the rocks, originate the caves of Neptune, karst formations located in the north western side of the promontory of Capo Caccia, which can be accessed either by sea, or by L’Escala of the Cabirol (Deer Staircase), a staircase of 656 steps that winds along the wall of the massif of Capo Caccia.
City of Alghero: 20 minutes by car
City of Sassari: 40 minutes by car
Fertilia Airport: 20 minutes by car
From Milan or Bologna: 1 hour flight destination Fertilia Airport