As one flies into Olbia Airport in Sardinia , Italy one can't help but to be overwhelmed by the pristine sky-blue water below that is surrounded by the immaculate mountains in the backdrop.
Due to the care which has been taken to preserve the natural environment of the Porto Rotondo area, since 1967, international investors have made this area one of the most sought after destinations of the most exclusive tourism.
While many countries can boast similar caliber water, it is seldom that places can match Porto Rotondo's picture-perfect views from any of the various elevated rocky cliffs on the island. Especially distinguished for its rocky terrain, Sardinia is situated below the island of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea and one hundred and twenty five miles to the southwest off of Italy 's coast. Porto Rotondo is located thirty minutes away from Olbia and is a small vacation village characterized by small roads, friendly people, exquisite food, and Italian tufo rocks which comprise the majority of the walls in the town. With Sardinia 's cool breeze on hand, life itself feels facilitated.
Porto Rotondo is today the sworn rival of the, relatively close, Emerald Coast, attracting exponents from the International Jet Set. The Piazzetta, created entirely in local stone, the granite amphitheatre, and the Church of St Lorenzo are of great architectural interest.
Here one finds the boutiques of the world's top fashion designers, interior decorators and craftsmen. The harbor, where some of the most beautiful yachts of the Mediterranean are moored, is not to be missed.
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