The island paradise: Villa in Porto Cervo, Sardinia
There are many beautiful places in Italy. Be it the idyllic villages of Tuscany, the monumental Rome or the rustic, rural regions of the South. However it seems that none of these places were created for a life of luxury. Yet in Porto Cervo is where that's exactly the case. Read all about the history of the foundation of the Sardinian coast city, and why a villa here has your own special charm.
It is the year 1962. Here in the Northeast coast of the Italian island Sardinia is where nature is largely untouched, besides a few small fishing villages here and there. This area was discovered by the young Karim Aga Khan IV, who, at 26 years of age was already a successful shareholder, and decided to come here to create an empire for the wealthy. The Costa Smeralda. Today, 50 years later, Porto Cervo is available as part of this project in the spirit of its founding idea: villas and luxury hotels line the cove in which lies a formidable marina. Best restaurants and bars, azure waters and palm-lined avenues, traveled by Europe's finest sports cars - Khan's vision is a living reality. This villa is part of this paradise, it is not far from Porto Cervo on a hill and promises a high-society lifestyle at its best.