The recently renovated Villa Amar is located a few kilometres from Olbia on the beach of Mare e Rocce (Sea and Rocks), one of the most beautiful and renowned beaches of Pittulongu, namely the long seaboard between Olbia and Golfo Aranci.
The single-floor villa stands in a privileged position because it is at the end of an extremely white beach in an inlet with a turquoise-coloured sea. The property has a pulsing, modern architectural style enhanced by essential lines and well defined by light colour, built to resemble a boat on the beach with a splendid view of the sea. It has “one foot in the water” since the access gate leads directly to the beach. Great quality in the elegant, refined and simple interior with clean, dry lines that enjoy splendid natural light emphasized by the light tones. The spacious, bright and cosy living area opens, through a large window, onto the covered patio which leads to a wonderful sensory garden which welcomes its guests, and to the sea with its splendid contrasts of bright, intense colour, mixed with the winds and breezes wafting the perfume of the myrtle and helichrysum of Sardinia.
Villa Amar welcomes its guests in a marvelous sensory garden of about 100 sq m facing the sea, with beautiful contrasts of colour that lend a touch of freshness and elegance to the house. The structure has a splendid panoramic terrace/solarium (with access through an external stone staircase) with a whirlpool tub from where you can see in the distance the island of Tavolara (La Montagna nel Mare = The Mountain in the Sea) and admire splendid sunsets while sipping a delicious apéritif. From the garden, which includes a cold-water shower, a convenient wooden gate takes you directly to the white beach in front of the villa. Also worthy of note is the particular containment wall in front of the sea, with large tempered-glass windows so that guests can enjoy the view of the sea from any point of the portico and garden.
The area of Pittulongu is located a few kilometres from the Costa Smeralda, near Olbia and also Golfo Aranci and Porto Rotondo, and is characterised by a very long beachy shoreline. The fine white sand, washed by water so crystalline as to appear almost colourless in the shallows, the small dunes, the old junipers that grow at the back of the beach, the panorama of the sea and hinterland represent the most fascinating characteristics of the place. Nearby are bars, hotels, restaurants, shops and various services. The landscape is characterised to the east by a wild, solitary nature. “Mare e Rocce” is a beach of fine white sand, washed by an “emerald” sea and the shallow water makes it particularly suitable for couples who need to relax far from the chaos of the city, without having to take the car to go to the beach.