Sardinia's Hotel Capo Spartivento Now Illuminating Your Spirits
One look at a picture of the Hotel Capo Spartivento and the answer was "Yes," even though there was no one around to ask us any questions. Set at the end of a lonely road on the southern coast of Sardinia, the Capo Spartivento is the oldest lighthouse on the island and set inside a preserve that allows no general car traffic. It was a home for the lighthouse keeper until the eighties, but millions have spent to make it a destination worthy of getting yourself all the way to the southern coast of Sardinia.
There are four junior suites inside the main buildings, and two larger apartments in an adjacent annex. All of the rooms come with every mod-con you would expect, as well as a chef and service staff. Then there are those unexpectedly fantastic views of the Mediterranean, which you might take in while swimming in the actual Med, or from the less salty confines of the infinity pool. Decisions, decisions...
The hotel is booked in one-week blocks. Which reminds us, whenever someone at the Capo Spartivento gets the idea to ask us "Would you like to come by for a couple of weeks in July?", you have our answer.
Monique, thank you for the tip