Stay in the tranquil Sardinia hills, near crystal-clear bays
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The perfect package with flights included
Deluxe suite with balcony
Stay at a serene Sardinian hilltop hotel with beautiful views, close to crystal-clear bays - includes breakfast, a welcome glass of wine and car rental
- Sardinia – it’s Italy, but not as you know it. With 1,850 kilometres of coastline, the island is full of unique charms and quirks; from the albino donkeys inhabiting Asinara to the maggot-laced pecorino cheese that locals claim is a potent aphrodisiac. Its wonderful wines, ancient ruins and a chic yachting scene have made it a favourite among the international jet set crowd since the 1950s.
- Perched on a hill overlooking the upmarket resort of Porto Cervo, Hotel Dolce Vita is a white stucco villa surrounded by fragrant gardens. Here you can spend lazy days by the pool, ordering cocktails from your lounger, snoozing in the solarium and having a long leisurely soak in the whirlpool up on the panoramic terrace. In the mornings, you'll wake up to a lovely breakfast spread with a view - the perfect way to start your days here.
- Venturing away from the hotel, there are two renowned wineries nearby, where you can sample the delicious local vino, or head to the Costa Smeralda’s endless snow-white beaches. If you'd like to explore even further, hop in your rental car and zip off along those dramatic coastal roads whenever you please.
- Outdoor pool
- 24-hour reception
- Lounge bar
- Air conditioning
- On-site parking
How to get there
Return flights are included from your selected departure airport to Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport. From there, it's a 34-kilometre or so drive.
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