Gallura Stazzu in the hills above Baia Sardinia
3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
5,000 sq m mature Mediterranean garden
The house was born after a happy and careful restoration of a Gallura "stazzo": the typical house of the Gallura countryside people. Built entirely with granite blocks, the stazzo dates back to the mid-800 when this beautiful region of Sardinia was inhabited by families mostly coming from Corsica so much so that courses and Gallurese speak a very similar dialect. The house is surrounded by a land of almost six thousand square metres dotted with beautiful granite rocks and covered by a dense Mediterranean vegetation made up of junipers, olive trees and lentisks, many of them centenarians. The stazzo overlooks the Gulf of Arzachena and enjoys a view that goes from Capo d'Orso to La Maddalena and to nearby Corsica. The covered area is 133 square metres, which include three bedrooms (two doubles, one with fireplace and walk in wardrobe), two bathrooms with bath and shower, a kitchen with fireplace, a living room, and an outdoor patio with an antique bread oven nearby. The house is located in the municipality of Arzachena and is only six kilometres from the Costa Smeralda. The marina of Baia Sardinia is close by, as well as white sand beaches, bays and spectacular coastline.