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Located just minutes from the center of Alghero, just 150 meters from the beautiful white sand beach resort of the same name, Villa Maria Pia (a housing structure of the nineteenth century, restored with care) is an interesting alternative to a hotel in Alghero.

This part of the city was dedicated to Princess Maria Pia of Savoy (24 November 1934), the firstborn daughter of the King of Italy Umberto II and Maria Josè of Belgium Queen Consort, whom the King personally wanted to remember by inaugurating the farm “Maria Pia Of Savoy. “

With us you can: Spend the night; to dine; to do Private parties, Conferences, Events, Workshops, Conferences, Exhibitions; Planning a trip; Discover Sardinia; Bicycle and car rental.

The Restaurant
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Every spring and summer opens the restaurant of the Villa, which specializes in local and international cuisine, with tourist menu and a la carte. View detailed information by clicking on the image.

The Villa
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Villa Maria Pia is a building built in the nineteenth century, completely renovated into a welcoming structure. Surrounded by extensive gardens, retains original features such as arched windows and high ceilings with exposed beams. View detailed informations by clicking on the image.

The Rooms
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Villa Maria Pia has 15 cozy and bright, with double or twin beds and triple and quadruple rooms, decorated in classic style with soft colors, all very quiet, located on two floors. View detailed informations by clicking on the image.

Bungalows and Camper
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Independent living units, all with private bathroom, veranda and small garden. In the Villa you can have an area for campers. View detailed informations by clicking on the image (only in Italian).

The Beaches and the Territory
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Just 150 meters from the white beach of Maria Pia and its pine forest, the Villa is a great starting point for your holiday in Alghero. View detailed informations by clicking on the image (only in Italian).