This resort, which is renowned, in part, for the luxury hotel of the same name designed by Jacques Couelle, stands out, above all, for the beauty of its natural elements and the heady Mediterranean essences that fill the air. It is a truly magical place where crystal-clear water laps immaculate green strips of coastline. Over time, Cala di Volpe has become synonymous with natural, architectural and artistic refinement, and has provided a stylish backdrop for the holidays of the rich and famous
Porto Cervo is the beating heart of the entire Costa Smeralda, and is perhaps the resort that best epitomises it. Indeed, over recent years, thanks to its extraordinary natural and architecturalsetting, Porto Cervo has become a hotspot for high-end tourism and a preferred meeting place for the international jet-set. The resort is situated around a heavenly natural gulf, which plays host to prestigious retail hubs (such as the Promenade du Port, the Borgo and the Piazza del Principe), luxury hotels and world-class sports clubs.
Famed around the world for its illustrious elegance, the resort of Romazzino has always stood out for its breathtaking natural surroundings.Moreover, it plays host to some of the most celebrated hotels on the Costa Smeralda. This area is also home to the acclaimed Principe beach, a favourite of the Aga Khan
“Piccolo Romazzino” is the name given to a small but highly exclusive residential area that embraces one of the most beautiful bays on the Costa Smeralda – so beautiful, in fact, that Princess Alexandra of Kent famouslychose to buy a home here. There are just 20 villas, surrounded by gardens that extend all along the coast until they reach an almost hidden beach. There is only one access route to the area – a factor that contributes to retaining the climate of peace and quiet that has always been a feature of the area.