Cervo Hotel, Costa Smeralda Resort


Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo, 07020, Italy   •  Weather:   

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Discover the traditional stone buildings of the Nuragic Civilization dating back to 1800 BC. About 7,000 nuraghe, some of them really complex, scattered across the surface of Sardinia since 1997 have been recognized as a World Heritage by Unesco. A few kilometers away from the hotel you can visit one of the main Nuragic sites, located in Arzachena.



A town in Costa Smeralda which boasts 88 kilometers of coastline dotted with numerous coves and bays that have made renowned the sea of Sardinia . It’s not only the sea to be stunning, but also the natural areas that surround this town; In fact, at the ponds of Saloni you can admire various species of marsh birds that populate the fauna of this beautiful area.

Golfo Aranci


The rocky promontory of Capo Figari is one of the places that make this place amazing deserving to be explored by land or by sea. From a height of 344 meters including 200 overlooking the sea, the promontory, can be reached on foot through the lovely Cala Moresca or by boat through the enchanting coast of Cala Greca.

Porto Rotondo


Famous for its nightlife Porto Rotondo is not only a trendy and fun place; this fraction of Olbia offers some of the best beaches in Costa Smeralda as the Sassi Beach, Punta Volpe and Ira beach with its sand which reminds tropical islands. Indulge a cocktail in the main Piazzetta after a day visiting the unique coves and idyllic beaches.

Li Libani islands


Nature explodes in all of its wonder in these desert islands in the southeast of Porto Cervo. Part of the international park "Bocche di Bonifacio", the bay of Porto Li Nibani offers uncrowded coves where you can enjoy relaxation and solitude while admiring the view. For the athletes do not miss the fascinating view of Costa Smeralda from the top of Monte Zoppu.

Micalosu panoramic street


Enjoy an afternoon at the wheel of your car exploring the panoramic road that links Arzachena to the coast of Cannigione – La Conia through the hill of Micalosu. The road offers an incomparable view of the Gulf of Arzachena and the islands of La Maddalena. Spending an afternoon on the road accompanied by the scent of gorse will be something memorable.

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Porto Cervo


The small hamlet of Arzachena assumed this name because of its geographic conformation which recalls the head of a deer. Every year thousands of yachts, sailboats and yachts decide to moor in this bay only for enjoying moments of amusement in the renowned "Piazzetta delle Chiacchiere." Small alleys will guide you through colorful balconies and the typical architecture of Costa Smeralda.

Stella Maris Church


Designed in the sixties by the architect Busiri Vici, inside this church you can admire invaluable masterpieces. Among the various works there are the bronze doors of Minguzzi, the priceless pipe organ of De Martino and two crucifixes of the XVIII century. Even the exterior is full of surprises, in addition to the two sculptures of Pinuccio Scola, you can appreciate Porto Cervo from the top.

Costa Smeralda Rally


The wild territory of Gallura is, since 2004, location of the Rally of Sardinia. Generally between late May and early June, famous drivers from all around the world will compete for the dirt and winding roads for the Italian round of the World Championship. The event takes place on the narrow roads around the mountains of Porto Cervo and the areas of Gallura, continuing up to the areas of Lugudoro.

Roccia del fungo - Arzachena


Ages of rain and wind were able to model this rock shapeing it like a mushroom until it becomes the symbol of Arzachena. According to history in prehistoric times the first local people sought refuge under it, in Roman times the area was called Turubulus Maior (large mushroom). 

Maddalena islands


A World Heritage Site by Unesco since 1994, this archipelago consists of seven major islands. Take a whole day to explore the  beauty of the numerous beaches and coves accessible only by boat, dive into the crystal clear waters, and enjoy a day of fun into an unspoiled setting.

Gola di Su Groppu


This is one of the most magical places in Sardinia. Legend has it that there is a strip of magical land where people that walk over it will have long life. Nobody knows where this mysterious strip of land is, but the Ogliastra region offers one of the deepest canyons in Europe. 

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Very well located, in the heart of Porto Cervo, great view of the pier and of a emerald sea

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