A continent in miniature. Sardinia certainly is as diverse as countries ten times its size, but crystallised into an island as old as time. An island brushed by sea breezes, herb-scented mountains and unhurried Sards, always ready to show their generous and warm hospitality to new visitors.
Very few places are as magnificently unspoilt and undiscovered as this enormous island; the second largest in the Mediterranean, with a history dating back 5,000 years. This is a land that still remains largely untouched by mass tourism, a land where you can still escape to the interior, explore mysterious ruins, or ride narrow gauge trains into the mountains.
Overlooking the Cala dei Ginepri, and the archipelago of La Maddalena, the L'Ea Bianca sits on a peaceful, gently sloping hillside of Mediterranean maquis, just 150 metres from the beautiful beach and crystal clear waters.