The north-eastern tip of Sardinia offers the splendid setting of the Costa Smeralda, a realm of charming beaches and stunning scenery, prestigious boutiques and art workshops, exclusive haunts and international events.
The Costa Smeralda Consortium was set up in the 1960s with the aim of promoting the area’s tourist development and highlighting its natural heritage
. Formally, the Consortium’s borders are limited to the stretch of coast within the Municipality of Arzachena
but, in practice, the term Costa Smeralda also includes Porto Rotondo
, Poltu Quatu, Baja Sardinia
A historic luxury resort, today the Costa Smeralda continues to attract well-known jet-setters and travellers in search of high-quality services, but perhaps the greatest attraction of all remains its glittering emerald sea.
Not to be missed on the Costa Smeralda
Its pulsing night-life
Where to stay in the Costa Smeralda
Since the 1960s the Costa Smeralda has been the hallmark of top-end tourism. From luxury resorts to small niche hotels, from large hotels to exclusive villas: today the area offers several different solutions, all with top-notch services and surrounded by breath-taking scenery.
When to visit the Costa Smeralda
The summer months are the peak period of Costa Smeralda’s life, when the coast is enlivened by events and exclusive night life and luxury yachts are lined up in the port moorings. Sea lovers will want to enjoy the offer of the low and medium season, when glamour gives way to deserted beaches and unspoilt nature.
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