Sardinia has long attracted people to this island destination out of not only intrigue but for it’s breathtaking natural surroundings, wonderful laid back culture and a place that will certainly capture your heart. The Italian island of Sardinia is located in the Mediterranean Sea.
It has nearly 2,000km of coastline, sandy beaches and a mountainous interior. Its rugged landscape is dotted with thousands of nuraghi – mysterious Bronze Age stone ruins that can be easily spotted as they are shaped like beehives. One of the largest and oldest nuraghi is Su Nuraxi in Barumini, dating to 1500 B.C.
Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean by Area (24,100 sq. km).
Sardinia has three international airports (Alghero-Fertilia/Riviera del Corallo Airport, Olbia-Costa Smeralda Airport and Cagliari-Elmas Airport) connected with the principal Italian cities and many European destinations, mainly in the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Spain and Germany, and two regional airports (Oristano-Fenosu Airport and Tortolì-Arbatax Airport).
Cagliari is the capital city of the Italian island of Sardinia. It’s known for the hilltop Castello, a medieval walled quarter situated high over the rest of the town.
Overall, from the 2017 census, Sardinia has a population of 1.653 million people. Sardinia is located west of the Italian Peninsula and to the immediate south of the French island of Corsica.
Due to the variety of its ecosystems, which include mountains, woods, plains, largely uninhabited territories, streams, rocky coasts and long sandy beaches, the island has been defined metaphorically as a micro-continent.
In the modern era, many travelers and writers have extolled the beauty of its untouched landscape. It has also over the past few years become known as an ideal place to get away from it all, if privacy is what you are after this is the perfect vacation travel destination.
And if you wanted to discover some amazing food, the local restaurants offer a multitude of gourmet choices, prepared in ways that have been handed down for generations and using only the finest of local produce and fish from the sea.
Sardinia is one of the last places that haven’t been over commercialized and truly abundant with nature.
We now bring you to the northern part of Sardinia, and the commune of Sorso, with its approximately 14,700 inhabitants. The closest cities to Sorso are Sennori (1.9 km / 1.2 miles), Sassari (8.3 km / 5.1 miles), Osilo (10.2 km / 6.3 miles), Tissi (13.5 km / 8.4 miles) and Ossi (13.9 km / 8.7 miles).
From North to South Sardinia, the island has some common traits: crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches, a delicious cuisine and an ancient wine culture, welcoming tourist towns and inner areas where old traditions are still alive.
The coastline in the North of the island is much more indented then in the South. There are many small rocky bays and coves and long sandy beaches. The North Eastern part is mountainous, while and the Gallura subregion is characterized by granite cliffs.
In Northeast Sardinia, each village and tourist destination has its own peculiarities: the Costa Smeralda is characterized by a crystal clear sea and a glamorous atmosphere. The La Maddalena Archipelago features a stunning sea and breathtaking views. Santa Teresa Gallura is the closest town to Corsica. Here you can take a ferry to visit Bonifacio.
Driving along the North-western coast of Sardinia, you find Isola Rossa, Stintino and Alghero. These are the most popular tourist destinations, not only for the beaches (which are growing longer every year), but also for the lively nightlife, especially on July and August.
And in the midst of all of this are 13 hectares of prime farm land on the market and ready for your own development.
This lush property has expansive views and offers three various levels of landscape towards the sea providing optimal panoramic views.
Family owned for generations and with direct connections to local officials in and around Sorso, this land is ready for development.
An opportunity like this is not to be missed. The land mass available for the area is so large it can be distinctively found with ease from Google Maps.
If you are looking for ultimate privacy to build your dream villa, or are just looking to expand your property portfolio, without doubt, this is the place.
Sardinia real estate remains very popular with second home buyers, which is hardly surprising, as the island has some of the most beautiful scenery to be found in the world.
Properties for sale on Sardinia's Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast) in the north east of the island are always in demand with property prices around 2,500 Euro per m2. Inland, and on the western coast, prices drop to around 1,000 to 1,500 per m2. This property is time perfectly to get your foot in the door in the area ahead of everyone else.
Here you will find Sardinia is a vibrant island that attracts many holiday home buyers simply because of its climate, natural beauty, history and the myriad of activities that it offers.
Sardinia Real Estate Market rose 20% in 2016: After several years of crisis with a few property sold and prices falling down, the 2016 has been the year of recovery for the Sardinia Real Estate Market, that finally rose 20% compared to 2015, thanks to mortgage credit more widely available and very low home loan interest rates.
Buying prime property in Sardinia can be a bargain:
If you’re looking for a safe place to store your wealth, to buy your dream house or property in Sardinia can be a bargain, the prices are very low and there are lots of property on sale, even luxury ones. And with the island becoming an ever increasing travel hot spot, the time is now.
North East Sardinia is the most expensive area of our island, because of the many villas and luxury properties on the coast and because of the high request on the market. This also means that prices tend to be more stable. With the views this property offers, and the demand for such within developments, this land is great value for the money.
Being in a most anticipated area, North West Sardinia, there are only usually a few properties on the market with prices rising up. So to find this much land privately owned and for sale is very rare.
The current trend confirmed in the first couple months of 2017, are when across Sardinia the request of property rose 4.3% and also prices were up by 2.7% year-on-year it’s the first time in several years that has happened.
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