Hotel Cala di Volpe, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Costa Smeralda

Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo 07020 Italy
+39 0789 976111

The Luxury Lifestyle Authority In The Mediterranean.

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Stretching out over the bay like a timeless village and seemingly sculpted by the wind, the Hotel Cala di Volpe embodies a glamourous elegance immersed between the colours and scents of nature and sea. A masterpiece of elegance started in the 60’s by Jacques Couëlle, and marvellously reinterpreted by 4BI & Associés through 71 new rooms and suites, a new lobby and bar, an uplifted arrival experience. As the day unfolds, Hotel Cala di Volpe’s restaurants are an inspired backdrop where the discerning and sophisticated converge: the Japanese cuisine Nobu style of Matsuhisa at Cala di Volpe completes the vibrant gastronomic traditions at Barbecue and Cala restaurants. SHISEIDO pampers at the brand-new spa, where Eastern philosophies meet Western technology. Just a few minutes boat ride away, the exclusive Cala Beach Club transports guests to a world of fun, delicious food and bubbly drinks. Hotel Cala di Volpe is a world apart, a five star legend recognized as the lifestyle authority of the Mediterranean.

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Saltwater Pool by the Sea

One of the largest saltwater pools in the Mediterranean, finely equipped with deck chairs and beach umbrellas. Snack bar service is available.

Outdoor Children's Pool (Seasonal)
Olympic-Size Saltwater Pool

Contemporary Luxury Suites

Our Contemporary Luxury Suites feature a design inspired by the rich local artisanship tradition.

Moments to be treasured forever

Enchanting, elegant, unique. Facing the glittering shores of Costa Smeralda, Hotel Cala di Volpe is the most charming backdrop for the event of your lifetime.

Wedding Cake
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Exterior - Aerial View

Discover Costa Smeralda

Hotel Cala di Volpe sits on a spectacular 55-kilometer stretch of Sardinian coastline known as Costa Smeralda—or “Emerald Coast”—due to the deep green color of the Mediterranean Sea. Dramatic rock formations—windswept into sculptural reliefs by the Mistral—are as characteristic of the area’s astonishing beauty as the fragrance of laurel, oleander, and juniper carried on the ocean breeze. The meandering coast forms hidden inlets of aqua blue water perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Open from April through October of each year, the resort enjoys endless sunshine and balmy temperatures from 20 to 27 degrees Celsius, while the ocean warms to an ideal 23 degrees Celsius.
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