Grand Hotel Porto Cervo

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Costa Smeralda & the North East  |  Porto Cervo

113 rooms - Sleeping 2-4

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Grand Hotel Porto Cervo is perfect for couples seeking a relaxing beach holiday in the heart of the Costa Smeralda.

The Grand Hotel Porto Cervo is an inviting prospect, a gentle mix of homeliness and quiet glamour set in an enviable position just 100m from Cala Granu beach; and whilst it is a fairly large hotel, it doesn’t feel sprawling and has an air of real relaxation and tranquillity.

The pool area is very alluring and enjoys some stunning views. It has a bar serving drinks all day and some plush and exclusive-feeling relaxation areas that you could easily spend the majority of your day in. The beach bar is a real find too, with its glorious views, lunchtime snacks and spread of sunloungers. The hotel also boasts two excellent restaurants including the ‘Orange’ restaurant, which is open to visitors and has a very good reputation locally.

Porto Cervo is around a five-minute drive away, and there are regular shuttle buses from the hotel should you wish to explore this exclusive town.

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Facilities in hotel

Swimming pool, 2 restaurants: La Terrazza, Orange (payable locally), pool bar, Jacuzzi, fitness room, sauna, snack bar by the beach, tennis court, Wi-Fi (reception area). Paybable locally: the “Orange” beach club (25€ per day including 2 sunloungers, 1 umbrella, beach towels and a bottle of water), sunloungers on the beach, golf course nearby. 

Facilities in room

En-suite facilities, air-conditioning, satellite television, minibar, safe, hairdryer, balcony or terrace.

Location

  • Beach: Cala Granu 100m
  • Restaurants: On site, Porto Cervo Marina 1km
  • Shops: Porto Cervo Marina 1km; Porto Cervo Piazzetta 3km
  • Main Town: Porto Cervo Marina 1km; Porto Cervo Piazzetta 3km
  • Airport: Olbia 34km
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Rooms at Grand Hotel Porto Cervo

Classic Room Sea View

From £992pp

Sleeps up to 2 

   

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Superior

From £1,069pp

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Classic Room Garden

From £1,125pp

Sleeps up to 2 

   

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Comfort Room Sea View

From £1,181pp

Sleeps up to 3 (2 adults)

   

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Junior Suite

From £1,258pp

Sleeps up to 3 

   

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Suite

From £1,356pp

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About the Local Area

ABOUT AREA

Porto Cervo is somewhat the heart of the Costa Smeralda. An up-market centre of indulgence, it is located around two yacht harbours on the north side of this dazzling stretch of coastline, and being the main resort of the area and a paradise for the jet-set, it’s definitely worth a visit. Set in the heart of the resort and lined with cafés, bars and restaurants, the "Piazzetta" is the perfect spot to lounge in style - it is the place to see and be seen. An evening stroll along the quay is also a must, with designer boutiques on one side, and luxury yachts lining the marina on the other. The posh boutiques selling fashionable designer goods such as Gucci, Versace, Prada & Hogan continue the trail throughout the pastel coloured maze of grotto-like shopping arcades within the resort. Italian architect Michele Busiri Vici designed this grotto-like creation and has a strong presence within Porto Cervo, having also designed the Stella Maris church. Elevated and situated in a craggy edge of the land, to the west of the centre, the church is something of an art deco landmark that overlooks the comings and goings of the town.

BEACHES

Liscia Ruia
An extensive sweep of white sand set down a long unsurfaced road.

Capriccioli
The Capriccioli headland has five beautiful small sandy beaches. There are facilities for boat hire and also a bar close to the beach. These beaches, including La Celvia, are amongst the most popular in the area.

Piccolo Pevero
Piccolo Pevero is a small sandy beach with parasol and boat hire. It also has a restaurant (“Il Pulcino”) and a bar.

Spiaggia del Principe
Rather off the beaten track is the Spiaggia del Principe which cannot be reached by car. The last stretch has to be done on foot takes under 10 minutes and is well worth the effort.

Pitrizza
The Pitrizza beach at Liscia di Vacca just north of Porto Cervo is also popular.

Cala Capra
Cala Capra beach just beyond Golfo delle Saline is a pretty sandy bay tucked beneath the impressive Capo D’Orso headland with its distinctive bear shaped weathered rock.

FESTIVALS

Louis Vuitton Trophy - Maddalena Island – May/ June
Sailing regatta.

Baltic Cup - Porto Cervo - June
Sailing show organised by the Yachting Club of Costa Smeralda.

Fish Festival - Santa Teresa Gallura - July
A festival inviting visitors to sample fried fish and delightful Vermentino wine.

Smeralda 888 European Cup - Porto Cervo - August
Prime sailing exhibition.

International Folklore Festival - Tempio Pausania - August
Held during Tempio’s summer carnival and featuring various ethnic groups from all over the world.

Time in Jazz – Berchidda - August
International Jazz Festival – one of the most important in Sardinia.

THINGS TO SEE & DO

Prehistoric Sites at Arzachena
Visit the prehistoric remains including the Albucciu Nuraghe – a bronze age tower, the Tomba dei Giganti Coddu Vecchiu and the Li Muri Necropolis, scattered around the town.

Inland Gallura
Explore by car or on foot the dramatic mountains of the interior, the rugged countryside and the small character towns and villages. Alternatively, leave your car in Palau and take the stream train to Tempio Pausania, a spectacular journey across the Galluran countryside.

Agriturismo
Sample traditional Sardinian cuisine in a farm restaurant. Amongst others, we recommend the Agriturismi Tenuta Pilastru, la Sasima or la Somara, all located near Arzachena.

Watersports
Discover the exquisite coastline from the sea and enjoy the excellent conditions of the north east coast for wind-surfing, sailing, diving, snorkeling, etc.

La Maddalena Islands
Spend a day cruising around and swimming from these stunning islands - a favourite with those seeking tranquillity, natural beauty and unspoilt surroundings. There are frequent ferries or boat trips available from Palau.