Travel Guide



With its stunning coastlines and sweeping inland mountains, Sardinia is one of the Mediterranean’s most striking destinations—so it’s little wonder it’s the island of choice for Europe’s jet-setting elite. From boutique hotels and vineyards to the island’s freshest seafood, here’s where to stay, explore and eat while living la dolce vita.



Petra Segreta Resort & Spa

Situated on Sardinia’s famous Costa Smeralda, this traditional farmhouse turned boutique hotel boasts sweeping mountain and ocean views and is a short drive from an abundance of beaches, coves and historic landmarks. As for the accommodations? Think floor-to-ceiling windows, charming country décor and individual private pools for the ultimate luxury getaway.



Il Pescatore

Sardinia is one of Italy’s best seafood destinations, and you won’t find much better than at Franco Tonelli’s beloved restaurant.
The restaurant sits directly on the water and offers exquisite fresh-from-the-ocean dishes—including pick your own catches as well as plenty of pasta options, because Italy.



The Vineyards

This exotic island might be famous for its beaches, but Sardinia is also home to many historical sites and landscapes equally worthy of exploration. Rent a car and visit the many churches and historic ruins, then head inland to explore Sardinia’s flourishing vineyards—and the little-known Cannonau grape local to the region. We recommend a visit to Cantine di Orgosolo, a co-op with a relaxed group of 19 diverse and experimental winemakers. Saluti!