Beautiful villa in San Pantaleo with magical view on the mountain of San Pantaleo. Finished with fine materials, such as handmade stones by Gianni Gaiti, the villa inspires peace and privacy. At the same time, the property reflects the uniqueness of the location, rich in art and emotions. Just for real connoisseurs. Saint Pantaleo Tucked away among ancient granite rocks, just a few kilometers from the beaches of the well-known Costa Smeralda, is the small village of San Pantaleo. Known for its market it is also famous as the country of artists. San Pantaleo has only 800 inhabitants but is a flagship of the Emerald Coast because it is a country that has always managed to look to the future by feeding and confronting the outside, thanks to the growing coastal tourism. Today San Pantaleo tells the story of the Gallura stands that has joined that of the birth of the Emerald Coast, the modernity of the holidays to the sea, the bundle of art, the boutiques and the well-appointed restaurants. Perhaps it is the only country in Gallura where the union between past and present is evident, between history and innovation, between territory and coast and where culture and worldliness dialogue respecting each other. San Pantaleo is known as the country of artists. It is here that for some time now many artists have chosen to stay away from the chaos of the cities, immersed in the calm of the country and the beauty of the surrounding nature, between granite rocks, green shrouds and enchanting beaches. First of all Olaf Christiansen who with his wife fell in love with this small village and was one of the first to give it a modern and bohemian touch by renovating many of the houses. What will strike you about San Pantaleo will undoubtedly be the environmental context in which it is inserted. The rocks of San Pantaleo belonging to the Massif of Cugnana a spectacle not only for the landscape they create with the village itself but also because they have the most bizarre forms as many of the granite rocks of northern Sardinia. Ancient rocks, shaped over millennia by weathering.