Discover the Hotel Capo d’Orso in Palau, a romantic 5-star oasis set on the crystal-clear shores of Sardinia.
Immerse yourself in a luxurious vacation with Thalasso, Golf, and SPA, surrounded by the pristine beauty of Northern Sardinia and the La Maddalena Archipelago.
Nestled among olive trees and junipers, the Hotel Capo d’Orso is located in the lush and refined residential park of Cala Capra, near the famous Roccia dell’Orso. Enjoy an exclusive and secluded stay in a protected bay with controlled access, with the fashionable Porto Cervo just a short distance away, both by sea and by car.
This charming 5-star hotel boasts a 100,000 sqm park, white sandy beaches, a private marina for yachts up to 60 meters, and breathtaking views of the Costa Smeralda. Delight your palate with the refined cuisine of the two restaurants, Il Paguro and Gli Olivastri, offering gourmet reinterpretations of the Gallurese tradition and delicacies from the local fresh catch.
Experience a unique culinary adventure at the Île Flottante, a picturesque location on the water, where you can savor the exquisite creations of the chef. Relax in the exclusive Thalasso & SPA Wellness Center “L’Incantu” just steps away from the sea, or test your skills on the scenic 9-hole PITCH & PUTT golf course with practice area.
Bask in the sun on the 5 wooden solariums suspended over the water, offering spectacular views of Caprera Island and the Porto Cervo lighthouse. The Hotel Capo d’Orso also provides access to a beautiful white and fine sandy beach, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the sea breeze.
Explore the wonders of Northern Sardinia with sea excursions directly from the hotel’s marina, aboard the Pulcinella, a prestigious vintage sailing ship from 1927 with distinctive red sails. Located just 4 km from Palau and 40 km from Olbia, the Hotel Capo d’Orso is one of the most captivating destinations on the island.
Treat yourself to an unforgettable vacation at one of the best SPA hotels in Sardinia and be enchanted by the charm and luxury of the Hotel Capo d’Orso.