The Hotel San Teodoro is
the ideal location for those seeking quietness and relaxation,
placed in one of the most stunning corners of the Sardinian east coast, a few minutes away from the town of San Teodoro (2 km) and close to its famous beach "La Cinta"
Sardinia is one of the most ancient lands in Europe and has fascinating sites at every turn. The archaeological site of Tharros was once an ancient Roman city on the west coast of Sardinia and, according to legend, was one of the most important sites on the island. Now an open-air museum perched atop a cliff
, visitors can walk through the remnants of temples and artifacts, whilst gazing over the azure sea below.
Olbia (30 km) is the gateway to the beautiful pearly white beaches
of the northeast coast and the glittering Costa Smeralda. It's where jetsetters, film setters and the 'glitterati' arrive to indulge in la dolce vita Sardinian-style
. Despite its Greek name meaning 'happy', Olbia's origins were Phoenician before the town became a Roman trading post. Once a little fishing village, it has grown to become Sardinia's busiest ferry port.