TRADITIONAL ELEMENTS AND CONTEMPORARY TASTES WITH A SIMPLICITY.
With its simple, elegant architecture and granite exterior nestled among the rocks and Mediterranean vegetation, the villa appears to be a natural progression of the surrounding environment. The bright and spacious living room is accentuated by furnishings that marry traditional elements and contemporary tastes with a simplicity that serves to highlight the outdoor setting.
The use of juniper and stone pay homage to Sardinian traditions while luxurious fabrics and strong colours add glamour. Like the living room, both bedrooms – each with a large bathroom and walk-in wardrobe – look onto the patio, the large sunbathing area and the private pool.
A personalized waiter service is assigned to the villa to provide tailored assistance for guests throughout their stay and fulfil any requests at all times.
VILLA NAME ETYMOLOGY
In ancient Sardinian folklore “janas” were pretty, fairy-like creatures who lived in caves carved into the island’s rock (known as “domus de janas”). They only ventured out at night and could be spotted by the luminous glow which they gave off. They weaved beautiful cloths and made bread that was lighter than air. They also guarded immense treasures of gold, pearls and diamonds. Examples of “domus de janas” can be found throughout Sardinia, particularly in the most remote areas.
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