Palau Sardinia:properties and houses for sale in Palau Sardinia
Discover the properties for sale in Palau Sardinia by choosing between houses, apartments and villas on the sea for sale
The accommodation solutions in Palau Sardinia are excellent solutions both for those who want to spend the holidays but also for those who decide to settle and live there all year.
It is possible to choose between the houses and apartments of the city center for those who do not want to lose anything of the night atmosphere of this place and the villas with swimming pool or sea view, for a high class holiday.
Buy a house in Palau Sardinia:why
Buying a house on the sea, a luxury villa or a simple apartment in Palau Sardinia is synonymous with investment.
Palau Sardinia remains another valuable alternative in the Sardinian real estate market; the proximity of the beaches, market, bars, restaurants, various basic services open all year round, the simplicity of this pretty village of Gallura make it a highlight.
Buy a house in Palau Sardinia to put it back in summer, go on holiday with family or friends or to live there once you are retired.
The happy tourists who come to this locality are dazzled by the sight of an enchanting landscape, unique in the world. Palau is a small village gathered in a cove in front of the Maddalena archipelago, between Santa Teresa Gallura and the Costa Smeralda, in front of the distance is Corsica.
The mild climate, the limpidity of the sea, the beautiful beaches, make it one of the most sought after tourist resorts of northern Sardinia.
Property prices for sale in Palau
According to IMO data, the price of the apartments in the different (9) areas in Palau Sardinia is between 1,400 €/m² and 4,350 €/m² for the sale and between 6,3 €/m² month and 19,1 €/m² month for the leases.
The average price of the properties for sale (2,600 €/m²) is about 38% higher than the regional average price, equal to 1,850 €/m² and is also about 19% higher than the provincial average price (2,150 €/m²).
The price of apartments in Palau Sardinia is relatively uneven throughout the country, although in 60% of cases it is between 1,600 €/m² and 3,350 €/m².Palau Sardinia has an average price of the apartments for sale of about 2.600 €/m².
Beaches of Palau Sardinia
The fortune of Palau is the beauty of its countless beaches, some are easily reachable on foot in a few minutes walk, others are discovered in a wider radius.
I have the impression that around the corner, there is always a paradise waiting for us.
Cala Capra: On the Gulf of Salines, the beach of Cala Capra appears intact and welcoming. Which degrades gently with very fine white sand. Particularly suitable for families with children, you can get there by following the road from Palau to Località Capo d’Orso.
Cala di trana: At the Località Punta Sardegna, a corner of paradise opens after having walked a fascinating panoramic path. A beautiful beach and particularly appreciated for those who prefer wild places. A photo is required as well as bring lunch to the bag as there are no services present. You arrive from the Costa Serena Residence, with a 40 minute walk.
Cala martinella: Near Porto Rafael there is a small beach nestled in granite rocks. Ideal for those who want to explore the seabed, we arrive by following the signs to Faro di Punta Sardinia from Porto Rafael.
Cala Inglese: Also called Punta Sardegna beach in the locality Punta Sardegna, Cala Inglese is broad and grain sand, medium fine. Close to the marina of the Yacht Club Punta Sardinia.
Costa Serena: A large beach that follows the wider one of Cala petralana and the Fortezza di Monte altura. A white sand with medium fine grains, frequented by those who spend holidays in Porto Rafael and Punta Sardegna. Convenient for the presence of catering services and hotels. One arrives from Palau in direction of Porto Rafael and Costa Serena.
Cala lepre (Plage des Suédois): A large expanse of clear sand in the Gulf of Salines, with a sea that degrades slightly in the sandy bottom. Many services make it suitable for families. From the Provincial Route 121 to Golfo delle Saline.
Golfo delle Saline: Ideal for snorkeling, kitesurfing and windsurfing, it offers a varied natural landscape, thanks to the presence of Mediterranean scrub. We also arrive here from the Provincial Route 121 towards Golfo delle Saline. There is a berthing point for boats and there are the services of a campsite, there is also a diving center and an agritourism.
The Isolotto: In the city center a few steps from the marina. The beach is small and the sea is crystal clear. We arrive via Riva dei lestrigoni. Presents a Residence with catering services.
La galatea: Between the beach of Acapulco and the beach of La Sciumara are small coves picked. You arrive by following the directions of Acapulco campsite.
La Sciumara: To the west of Palau there is a large beach just in front of the island of Maddalena. Services present in the area, you arrive by the ring road of Palau.
The Pool: Also known as Cala Scilla, is a cove of light grey granite rocks. We arrive from Palau following the signs for Porto Rafael, Costa Serena and Porto Cuncato.
Nelson: White and fine sand, surrounded by vegetation. Suitable for families with children thanks to the shallow bottom. We arrive from Palau, in the direction of Porto Rafael.
Padula piatta: natural extension of Costa Serena, beautiful beach for varieties of colors that alternate between the Mediterranean maquis and the turquoise sea. You arrive by following the SS 133 bis Palau – Santa Teresa Gallura, you should follow the signs Porto Pollo and Cala petralana.
Palau Vecchio: Very convenient because it is located in the inhabited center of Palau, under the pine forest. You arrive by the ring road that leads out of the village.
Porto Faro: Named by the white and green lighthouse overlooking the sea, beach located in the center of Palau, it is very visited for the beauty of the surrounding landscape.
Porto Pollo (puddu – Seagull Island): A 50-metre stretch of sand connects the seagull island, a sight of nature divided between the arena beach and Porto Pollo. Great place for windsurfing, surf kits and fun-boarder. from the SS 133 bis Palau – Santa Teresa Gallura to Porto Pollo (Porto puddu).
Porto Liscia: Between Palau and Santa Teresa Gallura, at the mouth of Liscia, a beautiful beach that pairs with the old one that is in the same area.
Porto Rafael: beautiful cove that rises surrounded by villas, you arrive from the SS 125 turning towards Porto Rafael.
Porto mannu: In the Gulf of Salines, a beach that skirts the Marine National Park of the Maddalena Archipelago. Onarrive of the road that goes from Palau to Località Capo d’Orso.
Punta Cardinalino: a wild and preserved place, one arrives from Palau to the Cap de l’Ours by following a path that goes towards the Fortress of Capo d’Orso.
Punta Nera: After the beach of the island, near the city center stands this cove accessible by the street del Vecchio marino.
Sotto Porto Rafael: Beach with fine white sand, surrounded by vegetation. You arrive from the SS 125 after turning to the first roundabout towards Porto Rafael.
Talmone: Finally, you should not miss the charming coves of granite rock that you reach from Palau following Porto Rafael, Costa Serena and Porto Cuncato. A small 15 minute trail that passes by the Swimming Pool.
What to see and do in Palau Sardinia
The variety of things that can be done in Palau is remarkable, the environment intact, the wild nature, the history that is mysterious and magnetic in these places, can be savored in different ways:
itinere: reference society for guided tours to the Rock of the Bear;
Fortieventi: We recommend you for personalized guided tours to discover local traditions and beauties.
The Green Train (tel. +39 070 – 245740) is the ideal way to enjoy the scenery from a unique perspective, accessible only by the railway line.
Cineeatro Montiggia: Via Nazionale 113 in Localitin Montiggia, open-air films are screened in summer.
Nightlife: There are many attractions, especially in summer, with craft markets, children’s play area, areas dedicated to youth nightlife (Porto Pollo) and pleasant evenings under the banner of the cabaret in the arena of Piazza Due Palme.
Where to go in Palau Sardinia
Many destinations are worth visiting, including three:
Nuraghi: in Sardinia there are 7.000 nuraghi scattered from north to south of the island, their presence fascinates since it dates back to 4.000 years. They are world heritage of humanity, they present themselves as tall buildings in the shape of cone, up to 20 meters.
The Tombs of the Giants: Large tombs, intended for the collective burial, dating back to the Nuragic era.
The Rock of the Bear that we trace since ancient times. We even talk about it in the 10th book of the Odyssey
How to get to Palau Sardinia
You can arrive in Palau in different ways, including by taxi, hire with driver, bus or by renting vehicles at the arrival points on the island, below the indications for car, boat and plane:
From Porto Torres: In about an hour and a half (120 km), following the scenic route to the north of the island, you will cross beautiful towns such as Castelsardo, Valledoria, Costa Paradiso, Vignola and Santa Teresa di Gallura.
From Olbia: SS 125 towards Arzachena-Palau.
From Cagliari: SS 131 to Sassari. At the ramp before the city, proceed to %Sassari Latte Dolce, follow the direction platamona-Castelsardo that leads to the coast Porto Torres-Santa Teresa.
From Alghero: SS 291 to Sassari (35 km), continue to Porto Torres by the S.S. 131 (19 km). You get to Santa Teresa by the panoramic road north. It takes 30 km to get to Palau.
You will find many ferries to Sardinia, the nearest ports are Olbia and Golfo Aranci, less comfortable for the distance there is also Porto Torres and Cagliari. We also arrive from Corsica from the port of Bonifacio to Santa Teresa.
40 km from Olbia airport and 150 km from Alghero. Cagliari is 300 km from Palau.
Marina of Palau Sardinia
The marina is active all year round and consists of seven floating docks, one in masonry. It can accommodate up to 400 boats up to 18 meters long. The bottom varies from 1.5 meters up to 4 meters.
The services are varied, among many others are reported:
GRU 18 t
Travel-lift: 60 tons
Multilingual VHF service
For all the needs it is necessary to address to the Direction Porto Turistico:
Porto Turistico – 07020 PALAU (OT)
Tel/fax: +39 0789.708435 – +39 335.7700486
radio communications: 16/09
Opening hours for the public from Monday to Saturday: 09.00-13.00/16.00-18.00.
Latitude: 41° 10 93 N – longitude: 9° 23 30