The History

In 1963, Edith Pelgrims de Bigard from Belgium discovered a little fishing town called Is Tellas. She fell in love with the crystal clear waters and serenity of the bay, and decided to build her new home there. 

She bought the two bays and surrounding land and renamed the town ‘Torre Delle Stelle’ (‘Tower of the Stars’). She built the roads and put in the electrical and water system that helped shape the area. Keeping with the celestial theme, the roads were named after constellations. In her favorite spot in the bay of Gennemari, she decided to build Villa La Belle Etoile (‘The Beautiful Star’ in French).

56 years later, Torre Delle Stelle has developed into a charming holiday escape with a sea as clear as ever. The town is known as a beautiful, quaint summer village in between the capital city of Cagliari and the vacation town of Villasimius.

The Villa

Three generations later, Villa La Belle Etoile is still family owned and managed with a passion for the island of Sardinia, it’s culture, arts and people.

It is a unique villa under many aspects: right in front of a golden sandy beach, with a private infinity edge swimming pool overlooking the turquoise sea, surrounded by a lush and verdant garden and walking distance to restaurants and parks.

The villa, with its suites, alcoves, and creatively themed bed and bathrooms, is welcoming and perfectly suited for families or groups of friends travelling together.


The Gardens

Click on the image below to watch a video of the gardens and views of the villa.