The Garden

A nature lovers paradise

Fed up with beach life? The outdoor is spacious enough that you can easily spend your days in the shade reading and listening the birds whistle.

The Terrace

From the living room the  sliding doors open to the big terrace. From here you have a stunning view over the plain of Arzachena. In the distance you see the village of Canigione and the sea.

This is the place to watch the spectacular sunsets.


The Patio

The back of the house opens to the patio. A shady flower paradise.

Here you find the big stone table which is ideal for brunches or a card game in the afternoon.

It can be very windy in Sardinia and the patio offers shelter from the wind.

The Orchard

The two rooms downstairs have their own sitting places.
These are two quiet and very private rooms.
From here a path leads  into the orchard.

Hidden among the fruit trees are to very shady reading spots. 

The Dry Garden

We established the Mediterranean Gravel Garden in November 2017. The aim was to have a more structural garden that would not need any watering.
In a think layer of gravel we planted plants the thrive in poor soil and can cope with long dry periods. Most of the plants we choose grow around the Mediterranean basin. This garden is at its best in spring and goes dormant in the hot summer month. But by November the garden awakes again with the early varieties of levendula dentata who come into blossom.

Tucked away in this part of the garden you find our beloved outdoor shower, perfect of a morning shower or a quick refreshment on a hot day.

In the hot summer months this is the place to be, the trees provide shade and there is usually a light breeze coming from the sea.

We are happy that the bees and butterflies love this garden as much as we do and the turtles love to sleep under the cushions theses plants form.

The Succulent Garden

Hidden a bit further away in the back of the house is the succulent garden.
Succulents, cacti and euphorbia love the dry and sunny climate of this island.
For the last 7 years we have been collecting and propagating these lovely plants.

But be careful these plants are very prickly and some of them can give you serious rash.

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