Hotel Pitrizza, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Costa Smeralda

Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo 07020 Italy
+39 0789 930111


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There is an exclusive corner on the Costa Smeralda where the beauty of Sardinia becomes even more compelling. Hotel Pitrizza is located in a setting of unspoiled natural splendor, where the bluest Mediterranean takes on the colors of the tropics. A group of villas, located in the midst of rocks and flowers, overlooking the Bay of Liscia di Vacca. A beautiful private beach for complete relaxation, a unique seawater swimming pool carved from wind-sculpted rocks and breathtaking views: a paradise of understated luxury. The Hotel Pitrizza also includes 39 double rooms, 12 suites, 9 unique suites with private pool and 6 Unique Villas.

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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

A Privileged Refuge of Natural Beauty

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Unique Suite - Tanit

Local Craftsmanship with Sophistication

The constantly changing view over the bay, beach and hotel characterizes these unique suites which blend just perfectly into the natural surroundings of the promontory.

Unique Suite - Sandan
Unique Suite - Bes

Epitome of Privacy

The Hotel Pitrizza is the epitome of privacy in a pristine setting of natural wonder.


Nestled amidst unspoilled natural splendour.

Infinity Pool
Infinity Pool
Bar Pitrizza

Delight In The Innovative Local Cuisine

Discrete service and gracious surroundings are the hallmarks of our fine dining offerings.

Bar Pitrizza
Bar Terrace
Two-Bedroom villa and Three-Bedroom villa - Exterior View - Antas and Bithia

Discover Costa Smeralda

Offering the most refined of all holiday destinations in Sardinia, the 55-kilometer-long Costa Smeralda—also called Emerald Coast—is located on the Northeast corner of the island renowned for translucent waters, pristine beaches, and a bright Mediterranean climate.

Presently, Sardinia and the Costa Smeralda are part of Italy. In the past, however, they were ruled by the Romans, the Saracens of North Africa, Spain, and Austria—to name only a handful. The result is a rich, layered culture that is reflected in its distinct local traditions, cuisine, and handicrafts. Experience these native customs first-hand with local artisan demonstrations, a visit to the famous Cerasarda pottery factory, and day trips to the celebrated archaeological site of Li Muri or the Gallura region’s characteristic small villages.
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