Villa Riva



  • Seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms
  • Maximum occupancy: 14 guests



  • Village of Stintino: 1 km
  • About 45 minutes drive to Alghero



  • Sea water swimming pool
  • Direct access to the sea
  • Private dock
  • BBQ
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-fi
  • Sauna
  • Jacuzzi

Villa Riva


An oasis of tranquillity and beauty on a private peninsula near Stintino, on the bay of Asinara, on the north west coast of the island. Surrounded on three sides by the sea, the property has 6000 sqm gardens, with direct access to the sea, and a private dock for boats.

The traditional details blend perfectly with the contemporary renovation directed by the renowned Costa Smeralda architect, Jean Claude Lesuisse. The villa has a vast living area surrounding the entire building, with large windows and sliding glass doors giving a wonderful sense of continuity between the interiors and covered verandas, and the grounds beyond.

The sea water swimming pool has a large solarium with sunbeds, and a jacuzzi.



Main House. Living room. Dining room. Kitchen. Five double bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom and exit to garden.

Guest House. Two recently renovated double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Living room with large windows.



Stintino is a small town on the northwest tip of the Italian island Sardinia. Its fine-sand beaches include La Pelosa, with clear, shallow waters, and the smaller Pelosetta, with views of Piana Island and Asinara National Park. Torre della Pelosa, built in 1578, is a tower on a nearby islet.

Villa Riva



  • Stintino: 1 km
  • La Pelosa Beach: 12 km
  • Alghero: 42 kms


  • Porto Torres (ferries to France & Spain): 16 kms
  • Alghero airport: 38 kms
  • Santa Teresa Gallura (ferries to Corsica): 122 kms
  • Olbia sirport: 150 kms
  • Olbia port (ferries to Italy & France): 152 kms
  • Golfo Aranci (ferries to Italy & France): 157 kms
  • Cagliari airport: 246 kms

Villa Riva

Live in harmony with the sea and the wind, with lazy rhythms and with a magnificent isolation, surrounded by water on three sides