Finding an ideal charming bed and breakfast in Porto San Paolo does not have to be difficult. Welcome to B&B Villa Del Poggio, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and B&B Villa Del Poggio makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the bed and breakfast, including baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool during their visit.
While in Porto San Paolo be sure to experience nearby pubs such as Il Baretto Porto San Paolo.
B&B Villa Del Poggio looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Porto San Paolo.
A very nice and clean B&B in Porto San Paolo. We enjoyed the room as well as the lovely breakfast in the pool area. The garden has many different plants and is a sight for itself. Also the host is very friendly and basic communication in English was possible. I would come again.
I have been at Villa Del Poggio just for about 4 nights, back in July 2014, and stayed at the separate "apartment" detached from the actual main house. The whole B&B is located on a hill, just 5 minutes walk from the main street in Porto San Paolo, and it consist in a main building with, I believe, 4 studios, and a breakfast area with a nice porch outside, surrounding the pool with views on the beautiful island of Tavolara. The apartment is more like a small villa, closer to the entrance gate, no views on the island and sea but a proper 1 bedroom accommodation with big living room inclusive of couch/bed, suitable for kids or friends, and a beautiful furnished private patio to the front. It generally looks and feels like been in the countryside, but still connected to town. Great for couples. If you are lucky enough to get the separate accommodation, it works pretty much like this: you wake up in the morning with the smell of Mediterranean bushes, walk your way (15 yards) through tortoises and olive trees up to the pool where the breakfast is served, then get you car from the private car park (or walk down to town) and enjoy your day. When you are back, tired from sea, sun and views, you can either relax by the pool or have a glass of wine under the porch cuddled by the summery sound of the crickets and cicadas in the nearby bushes. I could have fallen asleep on the couch under the patio while enjoying those moments. The town is small but lively even in low season. It is actually a real town and not a resort that only booms in August. Things to do there are definitely going to the small port and taking the boat to the Island of Tavolara (most amazing beaches you'll ever see, just out of the boat) and much more. The beach near the port is nothing special but acceptable for picnics. There is a beautiful and really good typical Sardinian restaurant in the port area, called "Il Portolano" which is really worth a visit. The B&B, and Porto San Paolo, are in a great position if you want to rent a car (really amazing places you can reach either north or south from it) and just 20 minutes drive from Olbia's Airport. Regardless of it: I was there without a car and, if you don't mind walking a bit under the sun along the coast, I'll tell you a little secret: You can easily walk to some amazing and hidden beaches (La Corallina and up to Porto Istana) or down to Porto Taverna, in less than 30 minutes from the port area. There are beautiful paths along the coast that are really worth walking and will make you realise you don't need a car to enjoy yourself at all.…
Villa Del Poggio was very comfortable and we enjoyed everything about our stay. The villa is in an elevated location with amazing views over Porto San Paolo and Tavolara island, and there was often a lovely cool breeze due to its position. The room we had was spacious with plenty of room to unpack, the aircon was effective, and everything was very clean. It was only a 0.5 mile walk down into town where there were a couple of restaurants, a lovely gelateria and supermarkets. We had a hire car and enjoyed exploring all the beautiful beaches along this stretch of the coastline. The lovely friendly owner only speaks a little English, and we do not speak Italian, so it was not really possible for us to ask detailed questions about places to visit or restaurants, but we managed to figure it out between us, so in the end it was never a problem. Porto San Paolo is a fairly quiet resort so having a car is helpful to find a wider choice of restaurants.…