A half hour’s walk from the archeological site of Nora, this family-run hotel is filled with carefully chosen art and sculpture from its owner’s world travels. Set in a lush garden, it’s a typically Sardinian low-rise, with white plaster walls and wooden beamed ceilings, and many rooms overlook the pool. There’s a tiny spa with a hammam and, while there’s no restaurant, Pula, with plenty of bars and restaurants, is a relaxing half-hour’s walk away. Excursion bookings can be made to nearby beaches.
As the second-largest island in the Med (after Sicily), needless to say, Sardinia boasts an enormous range of stuff to do, see, eat and drink. From the pristine aquamarine waters and dusty white sands of Costa Smeralda to the buzzing streets of Cagliari, Sardinia appeals to nature lovers, beach bunnies and urban explorers alike.
Fittingly, hotels on the island cater to all kinds of visitors. Featuring spas, villas, city centre locations, family-run establishments and swanky five-star resorts, below are the best hotels in Sardinia.
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