Relais & Chateaux

Hotel in Olbia, near Costa Smeralda

Our location

A 5-star hotel in Sardinia, Petra Segreta Resort & SPA is located in San Pantaleo (Olbia), between Arzachena, the Costa Smeralda and Porto Rotondo, just a few kilometres from Porto Cervo.

San Pantaleo is a northern-Sardinian village, known for the monolithic granite hills of Punta Sant Andrea, Pelchia Manna and Pelcia Minori, Punta Muvrone and Punta Balbacana, which create a breathtaking landscape.

Distances:

  • Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport 20 km

  • Alghero Fertilia Airport 160 km

  • Olbia Ferry Port 12 km

  • Nearby towns and cities:

  • San Pantaleo 1 km

  • Olbia Town Center 12 km

  • Porto Cervo 12 km

  • Cala di Volpe 10 km

  • Porto Rotondo 16 km

  • Pevero 12 Km

  • Rena Maiore 2 km

How to reach us:

  • From Olbia Port/Airport, follow signs for SS 125/Costa Smeralda, heading north, and after approximately 7 km you will come to a roundabout. Take the first exit to the right, following signs for SP73/Porto Cervo/Baja Sardinia/San Pantaleo.
  • The SP73 Strada Panoramica follows the coastline for approximately 10 km until arriving at a sign on the right for Portisco. Keep to the left, and drive straight on for a few more kilometres along the SP73 until San Pantaleo.
  • Enter San Pantaleo, and, in Piazza Arborea, turn left into the narrow, downward-sloping Via del Volontariato, taking the third exit from the roundabout, Via Saraghinu, follwing signs for Petra Segreta Resort & SPA. After a few hundred metres, turn right at the junction with Via Stazzu Malcusa, and then left into Via Buddeu, following the signs for approximately 2 km until you reach the main entrance to the hotel. 

GPS coordinates:

41.0460696°N, 9.467962100000022°E

Petra Segreta Resort & Spa 

Via Buddeu snc

San Pantaleo, Olbia

Telephone +39 0789 1876441 

booking@petrasegretaresort.com 

www.petrasegretaresort.com

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