Hotels to remember: Sardinia

Hotel Anticos Palathos


From € 65.00

Is Benas Country Lodge

San Vero Milis

Hotel La Coluccia

S.Teresa di Gallura

Hotel Romazzino

Porto Cervo

Hotel Cala Caterina


From € 92.00

Lanthia Resort

Santa Maria Navarrese

Hotel La Bitta

Arbatax, Tortolì

From € 65.00

Villa Las Tronas Hotel & Spa


From € 143.00

Flamingo Resort

Santa Margherita di Pula

Hotel Club Saraceno

Arbatax, Tortolì

Corte Fiorita


From € 58.00

Bajaloglia Resort


Cervo Hotel

Porto Cervo

From € 176.00

Aquadulci Hotel

Domus de Maria

Hotel Pitrizza

Porto Cervo

Le Stanze di Patika


From € 49.00

Hotel Sporting

Porto Rotondo

Sardinia: suggestions from the insiders

Ella Jameson


Ella Jameson

Famous for art, history, food and wine, Italy combines warm weather, beautiful beaches and captivating culture (Sailing in Italy: a Gastronomic Guide) →

Patrizia Usala

(Titolare Le Stanze di Patika)

Le Stanze di Patika

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Patrizia Usala

Discover and enjoy the fantastic Maria Lai's art world. Hidden valleys of old people,traditions and genuine food. Nuragical itineraries , shepards' houses trip, 4x4 quad tour with a special green guide: Olin Hood... (Le Stanze di Patika) →

Is Benas Country Lodge


Is Benas Country Lodge

4 Star Hotels

Is Benas Country Lodge Hotel is located in the Sinis Peninsula, of particular interest to the beautiful oasis and natural views. Rich culinary excellence, unique beauty of beaches, ponds, ancient ruins. (Is Benas Country Lodge) →

Paradise Resort


Paradise Resort Sardegna

4 Star Hotels

This area is a treasure of beauty made of paradisiacal beaches, areas of special natural, archaeological sites and paths of wine. To explore with tranquility: the children can continue to enjoy the kids club! (Paradise Resort Sardegna) →

Sardinia at a glance

Sardinia Hotel

The sea, the mountains, the cities, the people, the language and the traditions of an island characterized by the explosive beauty of its natural environment.

Halfway between the coasts of mainland Italy and those of North Africa, Sardinia’s sun-baked beaches are some of the most beautiful in the world. Sardinia offers sun and sea – but also a wealth of history. Throughout the centuries this island has been conquered, plundered, colonised. First came the Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, then the Pisans, Genovese, Catalans, followed by Arabs, Spaniards and Italians. Whilst each group of invaders left their mark in impressive works of architecture, nothing can compare with the curious stone constructions built by Sardinia’s native nuraghic civilisation, the remains of some 7000 of which litter the hinterland and fill the museums of Cagliari and Sassari.