Lanthia Resort

   Hotel  

Central Sardinia  |  Santa Maria Navarrese

28 rooms

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Tue 27 Aug 2019

£535(from/pp) SAVE £1210pp

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In the charming town of Santa Maria Navarrese, the Lanthia Resort has a backdrop of mountains and the unspoilt Ogliastra countryside. 

The local granite façade of the hotel ensures that it sits unobtrusively in its surroundings. Decorated in white and neutral tones with splashes of colour provided by works of art and hand-woven linens, the hotel beautifully mixes style with comfort. Each of the 28 rooms has been given the name of a Sardinian town with a sample of its traditional textiles, as well as a lovely image, adorning the walls.

Set in a spacious lawned garden, paths lead you past palm trees, colourful bougainvillea bushes and deciduous and evergreen trees to the swimming pool and the azure waters of the Mediterranean are just a couple of minutes stroll away (through a short tunnel under the road and via a small wooded area) where the hotel has its own secluded beach with sunloungers and parasols.

The Lanthia Resort is the perfect place to relax and unwind and it would make a great choice when touring the island. With the mountains of Gennargentu and Golfo di Orosei National Park just a short drive away, it’s also well suited to a hiking holiday. One thing not to be missed though is a boat excursion from the town’s harbour to discover some of Sardinia’s best beaches and the beautiful cave system of the Grotta del Fico, which are easiest to reach by sea.

Official local hotel rating: 4 star

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Facilities in hotel

Swimming pool, restaurant, bar, Wi-Fi, private beach. Payable locally: horse riding, mountain bikes, excursions.

Facilities in room

En-suite facilities, telephone, satellite television, telephone, minibar, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi.

Location

  • Beach: 200m
  • Restaurants: On-site
  • Shops: Santa Maria Navarrese 1km
  • Main Town: Santa Maria Navarrese 1km
  • Airport: Cagliari 140km

Rooms at Lanthia Resort

Deluxe Room

From £535pp

Sleeps up to 2 

   

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Executive Room

From £805pp

Sleeps up to 2 

   

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Junior Suite

From £1,105pp

Sleeps up to 2 

   

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Suite

From £1,431pp

Sleeps up to 3 (2 adults)

   

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About the Local Area

ABOUT AREA

Santa Maria Navarrese is on the southern end of the Gulf of Orosei and is the perfect base to explore one of the most beautiful areas of Sardinia. The coast has some of the most beautiful beaches only accessible by boat and inland is famous for hiking and the Genneargentu National Park. Boat trips take you along the 45 kilometres of  coast line to some of the most unspoilt coves including Cala Goloritze, Cala Biriola and Cala Sisine. Inland, there are many things to discover including the Gorruppu Gorge, one of the longest canyons in Europe or the Fico Caves which at 7m above sea level are an important breeding ground for the Monk Seal.

BEACHES

Cala Gonone
Accessible by boat or on foot, the secluded beaches around Cala Gonone are backed by limestone cliffs and lapped by crystal clear water.

Cala Luna
South of Cala Gonone lies the exquisite beach of Cala Luna, backed by majestic limestone and macchia covered mountains.

Piscinas dunes
A stunning stretch of coastline and 9km of sandy beach.

FESTIVALS

Easter - Various locations
Costumes, processions and intense drama are the main ingredients of Sardinia's various festas commemorating Easter.

Festa dell' Annunziata - Bitti - May
A pastoral celebration of the Annuciation.

S’Ardia horse race - Sedilo - July
One of the most exciting annual events on the island, in which bareback riders race recklessly around the church of Sant'Antine among a lively audience participation. It's a thrilling spectacle, full of hot tempers, commotion and displays of virility.

THINGS TO SEE & DO

Tiscali
In the village of Tiscali, deep in the mountains, you will find the remains of a Nuraghic village dramatically sited within a vast hollow space inside the mountain itself.

Nuoro’s museum
The museo della Vita e delle Tradizioni Sarde is the island’s most comprehensive collection of costumes, masks and handicrafts – a fascinating overview of the rural culture of the interior.

Gorropu Gorge
One of the deepest and most spectacular in Southern Europe. It is also the highlight of one of Sardinia's beast walks.

Agriturismo
Sample traditional Sardinian cuisine in a farm restaurant.