A star studded gem in northern Sardinia
Tucked away in the North of Sardinia, Porto Cervo is one of the world’s most luxurious resorts and it’s easy to see why. Home to flawless beaches, a star-studded marina and exquisite dining options, Porto Cervo is the definition of glamour and luxury. Popular with the rich and famous, Porto Cervo saw the making of one of the richest men in the world, Prince Karim Aga Khan. During the 1950s he arrived in Porto Cervo and fell in love with the stunning beauty of the area. Over the years, many celebrities have been spotted holidaying here.
Tucked away in the north of Sardinia, Porto Cervo is one of Italy’s hidden gems. The capital of the Costa Smeralda, it is just a half hour drive from Olbia Airport. Here you can enjoy a day of shopping in the designer boutiques or have a meal out in a fine restaurant, the options are endless. This little town is home to less than 500 residents so is full of charm and authenticity.
At Sovereign Luxury Travel we will ensure that your luxury holiday to Porto Cervo is perfect. We have carefully handpicked every hotel to offer you the luxury you are looking for. Our Personal Travel Planners are on hand every step of the way to ensure you travel with confidence.
Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team
Flight time from the UK to Sardinia is around 2 hours 30 minutes.
Transfer time from Olbia airport to Porto Cervo is approximately 40 minutes.
Sardinia is a summer destination, with the season generally running from May to early October. Temperatures are at their hottest in July and August and this is when the towns and beaches are at their busiest. However, Sardinia also enjoys a mild climate in spring and autumn with temperatures rarely going beneath 20 degrees which makes it perfect for visiting at the beginning or end of season too. May, June and September are ideal months to visit for those wanting to avoid the busiest crowds and still enjoy warm weather.
British citizens do not currently require a visa to visit Italy.
When you dine out in Italy, you will generally be charged a coperto (cover charge), which is for the bread, tablecloth, cutlery, etc. Tipping in Italy is not customary, but is always appreciated.
The official language of Italy is Italian. English is widely spoken too, so getting by is easy.