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The property is located in very secluded location giving you intimacy, relaxation, and getting in touch with nature all in one. There is not much to do in Sardinia so staying at this property was key to our overall experience. I would definitely stay again...More
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We stayed both here and Romazzino. We also visited Cala di Volpe. Petra Segreta was my favorite because it's up in the mountains and quiet and has a clientele of travelers rather than the yacht set. Property is beautiful, food was very good, rooms were...More
We spent 9 nights at this delightful escape. Epitomises the majority of "Cs" in the Relais &Chateau mantra of having; character, courtesy, calm, comfort.. The secluded rooms and suites were well embedded in the unique landscape with few neighbors to cause disturbance. The landscape and...More
We checked out a night earlier than planned from the hotel Su Gologone to stay at the Petra Segreta and we were so happy they had availability. So in stead of 3 nights, we now stayed 4 nights at the Petra Segreta.
If you want...More
A corner of Paradise, in the middle of a magic Sardinia Island where the wild nature meet the excellence. Perfect for couples want to have a romantic days.
Thanks all the staff to give us a pleasant stay.
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A car is essential, if you don't plan on staying at the resort the entire time. If you are staying more than a couple of nights then the remoteness of this resort could be a little boring. Sardinia is a great island to... More
A car is essential, if you don't plan on staying at the resort the entire time. If you are staying more than a couple of nights then the remoteness of this resort could be a little boring. Sardinia is a great island to travel round by car, you have the main town of Olbia to explore and the fancy restaurants and shops of Porto Cervo. There are some
Stunning swimming spots too!
September is usually pretty good and a little bit quieter, just beware some of the big named establishments are open only 8 weeks of the year. Billionaire club for example will most likely be shut. The super yachts will still be cruising here in September so it can't be all that bad! Sorry for the delay - hope that helps!