Penthouse Sardegna

Enjoy your holiday in Sardinia in a dreamlike atmosphere, just a few minutes from Budoni beach and the mountains.


Penthouse overview

Modern & premium penthouse.

A large roof terrace with sea views invites you to linger and relax. The garden area of ​​the small, exclusive apartment complex with a large pool offers an intimate, quiet atmosphere for relaxing, far from the hustle and bustle of the beach (the well-maintained pool area is open from May to September).


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Beaches in the area





The living/dining area with high-quality kitchen appliances, coffee bar, 55-inch smart TV and Sardinian solid wood furniture, with direct access to the terrace, leaves nothing to be desired. End the day with a barbecue, undisturbed on the sheltered terrace, and a breathtaking view of the azure blue Tyrrhenian Sea.




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Relaxing in Sardinia.

Whether swimming, hiking or simply enjoying the scent of the Sardinian maquis, let yourself be carried away by the unique nature of the island. Inspired by the British writer D.H. Lawrence, who wrote in 1921: “Sardinia is different… it is like freedom itself”.

Experience Sardinia

Explore the neighborhood.

Tyrrhenian Sea - A dream in azure

The Tyrrhenian Sea, as part of the Mediterranean, stretches from the west coast of the Apennine Peninsula to Sardinia, Corsica and Sicily. The subtropical Mediterranean climate with very hot, dry summer months and mild, rainy winters characterizes the flora and fauna on the east coast of Sardinia, which is considered to be of particular biological importance. Various protected areas, such as the Tavolara, Punta Coda Cavallo and the Gulf of Orosei marine reserves in the coastal section north and south of Budoni / San Teodoro, are intended to preserve biodiversity so that dolphins, barracudas, groupers and sea turtles can still be admired in the future.


Many of Sardinia’s most beautiful beaches are located on the east coast. Whether Cala Brandinchi, La Cinta, Cala Luna or further south Cala Goloritze, they all represent Sardinia’s reputation as the pearl of the Mediterranean with picturesque bays and crystal clear water.

Culinary highlights

Sardinian cuisine has always been closely linked to the farming and shepherding culture of the interior. Hearty, savory meat dishes such as suckling pig, lamb or wild boar, grilled or prepared as a ragout, can be found on every menu. The countless agriturismo restaurants in particular have dedicated themselves to this tradition.

Near the coast, the fishermen’s dishes with various seafood specialties characterize culinary life. The Sardinians love mussels, fish and other seafood, such as bottarga, the roe of the mullet. Spaghetti bottarga is an intense spaghetti variation that is only available in Sardinia. Sardinian caviar comes from the coast around Oristano, the fishing grounds for this type of fish.

A countless variety of restaurants around San Teodoro and Budoni offer typical local specialties or simply a wonderful wood-fired pizza for young and old.


The thousand faces of the second largest Mediterranean island include not only the wonderful beaches, especially on the east coast, but also the mountains. For mountain hikers, the Supramonte di Oliena, the Monte Albo near Siniscola or the Monte Nieddu near San Teodoro offer fantastic tours all year round, often with a breathtaking view of the coast. The mountain landscapes with waterfalls and gorges create a natural scenery that is unique and allows you to forget the stress of everyday life.

San Teodoro - Flamingos and other birds of paradise

The former fishing village of San Teodoro impresses with its Caribbean dream beaches and one of the island’s greatest natural treasures, the Stagno di San Teodoro, home of the pink flamingo. The San Teodoro lagoon is a balanced, protected ecosystem, characterized by a Mediterranean variety of plants and many animal species, such as the majestic and beautiful pink flamingos. However, San Teodoro also stands for a lively, well-known nightlife with stylish clubs, classy bars and restaurants, especially in the summer months. Many young “night owls” come from the mainland to San Teodoro to dance the night away to the music of top international DJs.

A wide range of sports, such as surfing and sailing, horse riding on La Cinta beach or exploring the area by bike, mean there’s no chance of getting bored. Tennis and golf courses are in the immediate vicinity.

Directly adjacent to La Cinta, the beautiful Marina di Puntaldìa with its small marina invites you to stroll.


Budoni, located in the north-east of Sardinia, is a small, charming coastal village against the backdrop of the wonderful turquoise sea.

The village is surrounded by hills, the center is characterized by wonderful stone houses. Various shops, restaurants, bars and cafes characterize the atmosphere all year round, but especially in summer. During the summer months, the main street of Budoni is closed to cars from 8 p.m. and invites you to take an undisturbed evening stroll at the night market, where various traders offer their goods and souvenirs.

Budoni is also a great starting point for a variety of activities. Mountain bikers are drawn to the nearby mountains, while racing cyclists romp around the country roads around Budoni. Whether a horse ride on the beach, a round with the kids on the go-kart track or a snorkeling trip in the water protection area, there are numerous options for active vacationers.

Porto Ottiolu (Budoni)

Especially in the summer months, the marina of the same name in the Porto Ottiolu district is a great place to visit. The special charm of Ottiolu is particularly evident in the evenings, when the numerous bars and restaurants open their doors. Especially in July and August, with the daily night market, usually with live music, there is something for everyone.

There is a boat rental service available in the port of Porto Ottiolu, boats up to 40 HP can be rented without a license, as can other water sports equipment.