Lungomare Valencia, 1 07041 Alghero − Italy
+39 079 981818
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Villa Las Tronas was, until the 1940s, the residence of the Italian Royalty during their holidays in Sardinia. Built towards the end of the nineteenth century, the Villa is erected on a private promontory, a few paces away from the centre of Alghero. Its park, suitably enclosed and with controlled accesses to it, separates it from the town traffic and creates a secure and exclusive oasis; the piers and terraces over the sea favour bathing in the summer and sport fishing in the winter, while the old dockyard, although partially sandy, is suitable for the mooring of small crafts. Villa Las Tronas conserves the historic atmosphere and guarantees its guests tranquillity, quietness, rest and the enchanting view of a gulf that has been defined as the most beautiful of the Mediterranean Sea.
Villa Las Tronas is the delightful 5-star hotel that has become the symbol of Alghero "the Golden Door to tourism in Sardinia" situated on the Riviera del Corallo on the north-west coast of the Sardinia Island.
Once the residence of Italian Royalty during their holidays in Sardinia, Las Tronas conserves the historic atmosphere of the aristocratic "buen retiro", renewing the tradition and charm of the ancient residence.
A spectacular position, on the sea-shore. A peaceful, exclusive oasis on a private headland. Reefs reaching out into the waters of the bay like the bows of ships, two hectares of park To forget the rush and tear of everyday life and get back your balance, savouring the pleasures of a good restaurant and the relaxing intimacy of the Spa. Villa Las Tronas has a distinctive "character" and is permeated by a Genius loci which the most sensitive people perceive and love.
The Hotel and the Spa with its covered sea-water swimming-pool (also looking out over the Mediterranean), sauna, Turkish bath, Kneipp walkway, gym and the beauty area - are open all through the year.
Dining at Villa Las Tronas is an experience to be shared with the one you love: after an aperitif at the cosy, welcoming bar, dinner is served by candlelight in the restaurant, accompanied by classical music played live, or in an informal manner but just as delightful on the panoramic terrace close by.
The open air swimming-pool
Looks out over the Bay, in a small basin sheltering you from curious glances. It is filled with sea-water, unheated and available throughout the summer months. During the winter months, however, the covered, heated pool of the Spa is open, also filled with sea-water
The indoor swimming-pool
Enjoys a view of Capo Caccia to the west, and the Bay of Alghero to the north. It is filled with sea-water, heated and available throughout the year. It is equipped with air massage and cross-current swimming. The atmosphere is relaxed and romantic, by day and by night.
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Residenz Heinz Winkler. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Residenz Heinz Winkler. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate.
Alghero is situated in a gulf of the same name to the South of Capo Caccia. The countryside is famous for its olive groves and vineyeards. The coast, known as the “Coral Riviera”, is rich in little bays, creeks, reefs, unpolluted beaches, pinewoods as well as vast areas of Mediterranean bush where flora and fauna of naturalistic interest prosper. Punta Cristallo offers the possibility of watching, without disturbing it, the griffon’s majestic flight. The grotte di Nettuno, frequented since prehistory, are not to be missed. They can be reached either by sea, or by land by way of the characteristic “Escala del Cabirol”. Also worthy of note are the grotte dei colombi, the grotta verde and the little isle of Foradada. the historic centre of Alghero, ample and well-kept, is notable for the impressive ruins of its surrounding walls, for the towers, its Aragonesque palaces, and the Catalan-gothic churches of which the most remarkable are the Cathedral (XIV-XIX century) and San Francesco (XIV century) with its splendid cloister. The Town Council’s Historic Archives enable the consultation of documents dating from 1260 till about 1954. At the gates of the town, the necropolis of Anghelu Ruju (3,500 B.C.) and the nuraghic complex of Palmavera (X-VII century B.C.) are an obligatory stop for lovers of archaeology. Amongst the many splendid places and monuments which can be pointed out in the Algheresian countryside, within a radius of 40 km, are the tomb of Santu Pedru; the Antiquarium in Porto Torres with findings from Roman excavations and the prehistoric altar (unique in the Mediterranean area!) of Monte d’Accoddi.