Porto Rotondo

Porto Rotondo is the perfect example of upmarket Sardinia. Imposing mansions, a stylish marina, fine, sandy beaches and elegant shops and restaurants. Enjoy carefree luxury now!

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Porto Rotondo – a luxurious fusion of yachts and idyllic beach life

Porto Rotondo is the perfect example of upmarket Sardinia. Imposing mansions owned by famous celebrities, a stylish marina and fine, sandy beaches otherwise only seen in dreams exude luxurious charm. Its elegant shops and restaurants bring a generous serving of glamorous dolce far niente. Nevertheless, authentic Sardinian cuisine is also on hand to entice with its specialities: a fishmonger offers delicacies from the sea, whilst the typical griglieria Onorio e Donatella pampers the palate with succulent pork and beef fresh from the grill. Warm summer nights are the perfect excuse to stop for a drink in one of the bars before sampling the chic nightlife in the well-known Country Club nightclub.

During the day, the area around the marina makes Porto Rotondo sparkle with its relaxed, jet-set flair and a very special architectural masterpiece – the San Lorenzo church is a veritable milestone of modern, sacral architecture. Its 22-metre high bell tower is made of pine wood and is home to four bells. At night, it is beautifully illuminated.

Everyday supplies in Porto Rotondo are covered by a supermarket, a post office and a newsagent. Those who are keen to explore the exciting area around Porto Rotondo (‘The Round Harbour’) can simply hire a sleek motorino or bike on-site. An agency also offers exciting excursions around north-eastern Sardinia.

Around Porto Rotondo: beaches steeped in history and lots of nature

Nearby beaches

- Spiaggia Marinella
- Punta Nuraghe/Spiaggia Ira
- Cala Sabina
- Spiaggia dei Sassi
- Spiaggia Rudargia

Enigmatic and wild: the Capo Figari Natural Park

A treasure trove for active holidaymakers at the tip of the Golfo Aranci: spanning 850 hectares, the Capo Figari Natural Park is home to rugged, rocky landscapes, small, enchanting bays, hiking trails and mountain bike routes. An old naval base also beckons explorers, rewarding the most courageous with sensational views across the north-east of Sardinia to Corsica.