From crystal-clear turquoise water, pristine beaches and untouched nature to funky beach clubs, a wide range of water sports, luxury shopping, archaeological tours and boat trips. Costa Smeralda and its surroundings offer a lot of exciting excursions, places to be discovered and hidden corners to be explored. Never disappointing!

Pevero Golf Club

Located in a fantastic setting, Pevero Golf Club offers unique sensations. Thanks to the beauty of the natural environment, the breathtaking view and the technical characteristics of the course, you can experience something incomparable in one of the in the world best courses.

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18-Hole Course

The 6,107 meters long, 18-hole course-par 72, handicap ladies 36 and gentlemen 36-is surrounded by a wind-swept landscape of eroded rock formations, natural lakes, and the enchanting fragrance of juniper, myrtle, and wild strawberry so typical of the Mediterranean maquis. The Mistral—the renowned northwest wind of the region-increases the challenge of each shot, creating a thrilling golfing experience.

Pevero Golf Club

Due to its untainted natural beauty, its exclusive atmosphere, and its unique technical characteristics, the Pevero Golf Club is considered one of the most fascinating, memorable, and perhaps challenging courses in the world. This golf course features an expert putting and pitching green, a bunker and chipping green, and a driving range with 20 outdoor and five indoor spaces perfect for instruction and practice.

Putting Green

The meticulously manicured putting green is a golf enthusiasts' dream. Golf putters and golf balls may be rented at the Concierge desk.

On-Site Outlets
Area Fitness

Fitness Corner

An outdoor gym with pool view.

Outdoor Pools (Seasonal)


Outdoor Pool (Seasonal)

Mon-Sun: 9:00 AM-6:00 PM


Towels provided

Swimming Pool

Nestled at the core of the hotel, a delightful freshwater pool offers moments of tranquility and shelter from warm Sardinian sun. Reopening on April 8, 2023.

Outdoor Swimming Pool

Fully equipped with comfortable sunbeds and stylish umbrellas, the swimming pool is the perfect spot to linger the Sardinian summer sun before an evening stroll or a night out. Open seasonally.

Tennis Courts

Four tennis courts and one Padel court, all with floodlight, complement the offering of sport activities at guests' disposal.


Book your personal lesson and learn the best techniques with one of our certified tennis coaches.

Private Beach

The Cervo Hotel has a private beach of white sand surrounded by stunning beauty. it is reachable through a shuttle service (complimentary for hotel guests). Reopening on 21.05.2023.

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Water Sports

If water is your natural element, the crystal-clear sea of Costa Smeralda is the perfect stage for a wide range of thrilling water sport activities.

With Friends Is More Fun!

Enjoy a wide range of water sports with your friends: from water-skiing to paddle boarding, from canoeing to inflatables. The Sardinian sea is the perfect stage for some holiday thrill!

Pevero Health Trail

The Pevero Health Trail was born from a love of nature and a desire to share a different side of the Costa Smeralda. Its paths provide an intense workout for runners or mountain bikers, as well as relaxing walks for families. Eleven exercise stations with benches and equipment are located along the trail, each named after typical plants from the area. The trail also includes several interesting monuments to bygone rural life.

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Costa Smeralda

The numerous routes allow you to discover ancient paths and Sardinia dry stone walls and to reach points of natural and historical interest. Right on the cliff of Grande Pevero Bay the “Madonnina dello Speronello” commemorates the flood that hit the village of Montalto di Castro (Tuscany). “Lu Rotu” dating back to the beginning of the century is a place once used for wheat processing.

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Instagram Point

The “Stazzo di Monte Zoppu” with its stone fences for animals is an interesting document of ancient rural life. The summit of Monte Zoppu, for photography lovers, is an amazing Instagram Point to immortalize the beauty of the Costa Smeralda.

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Monte Zoppu

The route is low difficulty, with the exception of the path that reaches the summit of Monte Zoppu, better suited for experienced walkers.This trail enables quiet walks through Mediterranean scrubland and running or walking with an enchanting sea view. For a short stretch in the Grande Pevero area, the road is covered with a thin layer of white sand due to the ancient action of wind blowing sand on the dunes. Pa

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Pevero Health Trail

The Pevero Health Trail has five entrances all of them with a car park nearby and marked with START on the map. You can start from the Club House at Pevero Golf Club’s car park. From the Grande Pevero beach using the entrance and the parking of Piccolo Pevero. From Piccolo Romazzino and from Hotel Romazzino and from Cala Liccia, using the parking immediately after Hotel Romazzino in the Porto Liccia area.

Pevero Health Trail, Detail
Expert Route

On the map and on the route there are arrow-shaped rustic signs or red and white stones. It is recommended to pay attention to the icons that define the best use of the Pevero Health Trail. In addiction to the points of interest and the fitness stations defined by their names, the whole route is divided according to its best usage:mountain bike, walk route, experts route.


Costa Smeralda and its surroundings have so much to discover! Embark on surprising journeys, by land or sea!

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Surroundings Highlights

Since 1994 this archipelago is a World Heritage Site by Unesco and consists of seven major islands. Spend a whole day discovering the wild beauty of the beaches and coves accessible only by boat, dive into the crystal-clear water noticing hundreds of fishes passing around you, and, eventually enjoy the magic sunset with its stunning colors that reminds tropical beaches.

Arzachena is a town in Costa Smeralda which boasts 88 kilometers of coastline dotted with numerous coves and bays that have made renowned the sea of Sardinia. Apart from the amazing sea, also the natural areas that surround this town are gorgeous; for instance, at the ponds of Saloni you can admire various species of marsh birds part of the fauna of this beautiful area.

This church has been designed in the sixties by the famous architect Busiri Vici. Precious masterpieces can be observed inside this holy place. Among the various artworks there are the bronze doors of Minguzzi, the priceless pipe organ of De Martino and two ancient German crucifixes. The exterior is also full of surprises, one of them is the stunning view of Porto Cervo.

One of Sardinia's historical places. Legend has it that there is a strip of magical land where people that walk over it will have long life. Nobody knows where this mysterious piece of land is, the Ogliastra region offers one of the deepest canyons in Europe, though.

From a height of 344 meters including 200 overlooking the sea, the promontory, can be reached on foot through the lovely Cala Moresca or by boat through the enchanting coast of Cala Greca. The rocky promontory of Capo Figari is one of the places that make Sardinia an astonishing land.

These desert islands, in the southeast of Porto Cervo, are part of an important international park, the bay of Porto Li Nibani offers uncrowded coves where relaxation and solitude can be enjoyed while admiring the view. Monte Zoppu offers to athletes a fascinating view over Costa Smeralda.

Spending an afternoon on the road accompanied by the scent of gorse will be something memorable. Why not enjoy an afternoon at the wheel of your car exploring the panoramic road that links Arzachena to the coast of Cannigione – La Conia through the hill of Micalosu. This road offers an in-commensurable perspective of Arzachena's Gulf and the islands of La Maddalena.

In Arzachena, a few kilometers away from the hotel, it is possible to visit one of the main Nuragic sites of Sardinia. Discover the traditional stone buildings of the Nuragic Civilization dating back to 1800 BC. About 7,000 nuraghe, some of them really complex, scattered across the surface of Sardinia since 1997 have been recognized as a World Heritage by Unesco.

Every year thousands of yachts, sailboats and yachts decide to berth in this bay only for enjoying moments of amusement in the renowned "Piazzetta delle Chiacchiere." Small alleys will guide you through the typical constructions of Costa Smeralda. The small hamlet of Arzachena assumed this name because of its geographic conformation which seems to shape a deer's head.

This fraction of Olbia offers some of the best beaches in Costa Smeralda as the Sassi Beach, Punta Volpe and Ira beach with its sand which reminds tropical islands. Porto Rotondo is very famous for its nightlife and its bars, why not Indulge a cocktail in the main Piazzetta?

According to history in prehistoric times the first local people sought refuge under it, in Roman times the area was called Turubulus Maior (large mushroom). Ages of rain and wind were able to model this rock shaping it like a mushroom until it becomes the symbol of Arzachena.

Since 2004, between late May and early June, famous drivers from all around the world will compete for the dirt and winding roads for the Italian round of the World Championship. The event takes place on the roads around the mountains of Porto Cervo and the areas of Gallura.

Cervo Hotel, Costa Smeralda Resort