Costa Smeralda Golf Resort
Italy, Sardinia, Sassari, Costa Smeralda

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The Resort
The Resort

The Resort

On the northern tip of Sardinia, the trendy Costa Smeralda has become over the years the favourite playground of the rich and famous. Preserved from massive real estate operations, it has nevertheless retained its exclusiveness and pristine natural beauty in a stunning natural setting. Starwood Hotels & Resorts operates five property on the Costa Smeralda: a Sheraton hotel, three hotels from The Luxury Collection and the Pevero Golf Club.

Costa Smeralda's golf course at Pevero Golf Club is a Robert Trent Jones Senior masterpiece. This championship course, host to various italian Open, stretches between the bays of Pevero and Cala di Volpe. Situated in a magnificent setting between pink granite boulders and scented Mediterranean shrub, the fairways offer stunning views over the emerald waters of the aptly named Costa Smeralda - or "emerald coast". All inclusive golf packages are available at any property and a complimentary shuttle runs between the four hotels and the Golf Club.

There is another R.T. Jones' masterpiece at Sperone GC, just across the Bonifacia Strait on the neighbouring French island of Corsica - A perfect one day excursion including a short and scenic ferry crossing. The views from Sperone course to the strait and Sardinia are stunning!

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Costa Smeralda Resort
Costa Smeralda Resort

Costa Smeralda Resort

• Cervo Hotel

At the heart of Porto Cervo Marina

Starwood Hotels / Sheraton Hotels & Resorts

At the heart of Costa Smeralda Resort, Cervo Hotel overlooks Porto Cervo famous marina.  Built as a traditional Mediterranean village around a shady courtyard, this five star hotel also includes the Cervo Tennis Club and the Cervo Conference Centre. Accommodation is distributed between the hotel's main building, with 90 rooms, and the Tennis Club, open all yera and featuring 16 rooms.

5 Stars Leisure & Business Hotel

106 Rooms & Suites 

• Hotel Cala di Volpe

On Pevero Golf Course

Starwood  Hotels / A Luxury Collection Hotel

Perched above a scenic bay, Hotel Cala di Volpe is a picturesque hamlet style hotel. The buildings mix indigenous materials and handicraft to recreate a timeless Mediterranean atmosphere. A perfect retreat for golfers, Cala di Volpe has its own putting green and lies adjacent to Pevero Golf Club.

5 Star DeLuxe

125 Rooms & Suites

Open April to November

• Hotel Romazzino

Beachfront location

Starwood  Hotels / A Luxury Collection Hotel

Hotel Romazzino is a large whitewashed traditional mansion overlooking a private beach. Tiled roofs, Sardinian architecture with a Moorish touch and handicraft decorated interiors contribute to enhance Romazzino's traditional Mediterranean flair. 

5 Star DeLuxe

94 Rooms & Suites

Open May to September

• Hotel Pitrizza

Beachfront location

Starwood  Hotels / A Luxury Collection Hotel

Hotel Pitrizza is an intimate retreat nestling on a secluded, peninsula. The hotel is formed by a group of villas scattered between pink boulders extending around a low rise central building.. Pitrizza has its own private beach and a spectacular pool carved out of the rocks.

5 Star DeLuxe

55 Rooms & Suites

Open May to September


Costa Smeralda Resort


Large selection of à la carte, table d'hôte and buffet restaurants, as well as pool, cocktail and piano bars at all properties. 

According to season and property, gests on full board have the possibility to have meals at any hotel or restaurant of the resort at no extra charge


Swimming pools, Fitness facilities and private beaches at all properties • Porto Cervo Marina + Marinasarda sailing and motor boat fleet • Cervo Tennis Club • Free shuttle service to private beaches, Porto Cervo Marina and Pevero Golf Club

Cervo Conference Centre

9 Meeting room accommodating up to 1.000 people (largest meeting room: 600 m2) • Full meeting and event facilities + All supporting services • Conference Centre close to Cervo Hotel

Pevero Golf Club
Pevero Golf Club

Pevero Golf Club

• Championship Course 

Robert Trent Jones, Sr. (1972) 18 holes - 6,681 yds - Par 72

Venue of the Italian Open

The course is nestled in between the glittering emerald waters of the bay of Cala di Volpe and the Gulf of Pevero, at the very heart of the Costa Smeralda. Its sweeping fairways and lush greens are maintained in top notch condition by near perfect greenkeeping.

The layout is highly strategic and distance is a matter of relative importance here. A good score at Pevero calls for virtuosity and technique rather than power or length off the tees. The course is extremely difficult from the championship tees, but more accessible from the front tees. This is an ideal course for match-play and an extremely stimulating challenge for low and high handicappers alike. 

According to golf insiders, the Pevero Golf Club - with its unforgettable panorama - is heralded as one of the most stunning golf courses in the world. Opened in 1972 under the direction of legendary golf course and landscape architect Robert Trent Jones, the course gained international acclaim so rapidly that it was elected to host the 1978 Italian Golf Open. To this day, the Pevero Golf Club attracts a loyal clientele of the most experienced and passionate golf players from across the globe.

• Practice Facilities

In addition to the spectacular course, the Pevero Golf Club features an expert putting and pitching green, a bunker and chipping green, and a driving range with 20 outdoor and four indoor spaces perfect for instruction and practice. A golf pro is available for private lessons. The club requires that soft spike shoes are worn during play. Children over the age of six are welcome under the supervision of an adult.


Golf in Sardinia & Corsica

Golf in Sardinia & Corsica

Both other golf clubs on the island are  over 200 km. away, so your best alternative in the region for a day golfing excursion is Sperone (Bonifacio), on the neighbouring french island of Corsica and a 30 min. ferry crossing away.

• Sperone Golf Club (Corsica)

Robert Trent Jones, Sr. (1990)

Sperone is located on a breathtaking site at the southern tip of Corsica, overlooking the Mediterranean, the tiny islands of Cavallo and Lavezzi, and Sardinia across the Bonifacio strait. Set over a 135 hectare estate on a peninsula jutting into the sea and covered with Mediterranean heathland. On this privileged piece of land, Robert Trent Jones has designed a masterpiece and surely one of its best course ever, as he himself admits. Many holes on the sea shore may perfectly be compared to the sequences of oceanside holes at Pebble Beach.

• Is Arenas Golf & Country Club

Robert von Hagge (2000)

Halfway down the west coast, this majestic golf course extends over 2500 acres of dunes and woodlands, amidst an unspoilt pine forest extending all the way down to the mile long sandy beach. In these beautiful natural surroundings, the fairways wind their ways through pines, eucalyptus, myrtle trees and mimosas, the natural habitat for jays, weasels and foxes. The several and often dangerous water hazards are naturally part of the course and also provide a refreshing touch, at least visually ! 

• Is Molas Golf Club

Henry Cotton & Frank Pennink + Piero Mancinelli (1975)

On the sourthern tip of the island, Is Molas has hosted the Italian Open on three occasions and it is a regular stop of the European PGA Challenge Tour. Although a classic Mediterranean course, most of the tees afford panoramic view of the emerald sea, Is Molas light, wind and surroundings are somewhat reminiscent of Scotland and California. 

Costa Smeralda & Sardinia

Costa Smeralda & Sardinia

The Resort sits on a spectacular 55-kilometer stretch of Sardinian coastline known as Costa Smeralda—or “Emerald Coast”, due to the deep green colour of the Mediterranean sea. Dramatic rock formations, windswept into sculptural reliefs by the Mistral wind - are as characteristic of the area’s astonishing beauty as the fragrance of laurel, oleander, and juniper carried by the ocean breeze. The meandering coast forms hidden inlets of aqua blue water perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Open from April through October of each year, the resort enjoys endless sunshine and balmy temperatures from 20 to 27º C, while the ocean warms up to an ideal 23º C.


La Maddalena Islands - Take a motor boat to this famed archipelago, with its enchanting coves of “Manto della Vergine”, crystal clear water and pristine white sand beaches. Explore the lovely islands of Caprera, Budelli, Spargi, La Maddalena, and Santa Maria along the way.

San Pantaleo—Visit the open-air market, held every Thursday in the charming church square of this traditional Sardinian village. Musicians play in the shade of pink and red oleander trees, while local artisans and farmers offer a colourful display of crafts and produce.

Nuraghi Stone Structures—Appealing to history enthusiasts, these massive Bronze Age shelters of symmetrically laid stones offer a fascinating glimpse into the legacy of the Nuraghi—Sardinia’s ancient indigenous people. Tours may be arranged to the most prominent structures scattered across the island.

Porto Cervo—Truly Mediterranean in spirit, this idyllic port town of graceful archways, pastel-hued homes and flowering cascades of bougainvillea is a shopper’s dream, where international designers easily mix with locally crafted ceramics, textiles, and jewellery. At night, Europe’s glitterati mingles in the chic outdoor cafés or dances into the early morning hours at one of the many glamorous nightclubs.

Address & Contact

Costa Smeralda Starwood Resorts

Casa Il Ginepro 1/A

07020 Porto Cervo (SS)




Port Cervo, Costa Smeralda, NE Sardinia 


Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport (OLB), 35 km.


Pevero Golf Club (all year)

Cervo Hotel (all year)

Cala di Volpe, Romazzino & Pitrizza (closed in winter)


Mediterranean, with mild winters and hot summers