Situated in the north part of Sardinia. It looks onto the Tyrrhenian Sea enclosing the Emerald Coast and the National Park of La Maddalena.
The territory of the city of Arzachena with its many bays, inlets and beaches includes the areas of Abbiadori, Baja Sardinia, Cannigione, Poltu Qualtu and the famous complex of the Emerald Coast built by the Islamic Prince Karim Aga Khan who was the first to discover the enormous potential of this place.
The ethnographical and mineralogical museum of Arzachena is in the city centre.
There are also numerous monuments from the pre-Nuragic period: the tombs of the Giants of Coddu Vecchju and of Li Lolghi, the nuraghes of Albiccu and La Prisgiona.
A few Km away are the beaches: Cala Petra Ruja and Cala Razza di Giunco.
Capital of the Emerald Coast it represents all that is beautiful and glamorous of the celebrities that frequent Sardinia.
Built by Karim Aga Khan IV around the deep sea port, it vaguely resembles the shape of a deer.
Porto Cervo dominates the promontories on the sea, the port boundaries and the villas hidden by lush greenery.
The centre of town is located above the port area, there you will find the famous busy square, full of boutiques, restaurants and cafes.
A few Km from the beach of Pevero, Liscia Ruja, Petra Ruja and Romazzino.
Sandy white beaches on both sides (north and south), in the middle of junipers, cistos and olive trees permcapricciolieate the air with perfume and colour.
South of Porto Cervo, on the most fascinating headland of the Emerald Coast.
Capriccioli’s waters splash over granite shore rocks and inlets dividing the beach in two, creating easy access from both sides.