Set in the wilderness of Sardinia's north-eastern coastline, in the land of the Pompia, between the Gulf of Orosei and the Costa Smeralda, in the quietness of nature and unspoilt flora, surrounded by calm, crystal-clear waters, soft white sands and blue skies, an elegant contemporary property with a unique character is born.
A haven of peace to which to return after a day exploring the beauty of the island, finding all the warmth of home, among comfort and a breathtaking landscape.
la caletta (siniscola)
On the Sardinian island, a wild land of natural heritage and ancient traditions, at the foot of spectacular mountains and surrounded by beautiful pine forests and the translucent waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea, lies La Caletta.
Five kilometres of pure white sand surrounded by small dunes dotted with numerous sea lilies, kissed by the warm sun of the summer months where it is easy to find the peace and balance of home away from home.
The gentle shallow waters are an ideal playground for children and adults, both above and below the surface. Diving experiences, boat trips and water sports characterise everyday life in Sardinia.
Staying in Sardinia
The first wish of every Sardinian is that those who visit Sardinia know that it is not just beaches, but much more.
It is normal that it is particularly difficult to look away from the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean, in small secluded coves that brush against long stretches of sand and break along the jutting rocks of the coast.
But Sardinians are right, Sardinia is more.
The main centre of the island, Cagliari, is full of clubs, attractions and archaeological sites. The narrow streets of Alghero, a Catalan enclave, are lined with small shops and restaurants, observed from several ancient bastions.
In the centre of the island, roads wind through the hinterland where sheep bells ring along the hillsides.
Sardinia is known for its cheeses, cured meats, wines, liqueurs... and much more.
Excursions will introduce you to ancient ruins and coastal paths that join secluded turquoise bays.
If diving is your passion, you will find wrecks of sunken ships off the coast.