Holidays in
Porto Cervo

An A-list Sardinian hotspot

When the Aga Khan arrived at the blinding white sands of Porto Cervo in the 1960s, he was immediately smitten by its natural beauty. He set about creating a top-end resort that became a hangout for everyone from the Kennedys to Frank Sinatra. It’s been favoured by the glitterati ever since, and brims with designer boutiques and a see-and-be-seen crowd.

However, on Porto Cervo holidays, you don’t have to sail in on a super-yacht to experience the exquisite scenery – you can take a boat trip or kick back on some of Sardinia’s loveliest coastline. Inland, you’ll find winding tracks revealing plenty of soul-stirring views. And don’t worry about being out-priced, as you’ll find amenities to suit all budgets in the resort. Offering old-school movie-star glamour in a setting that boasts some of Sardinia’s most celebrated scenery, holidays to Porto Cervo truly live up to the hype.

Your Porto Cervo questions, answered

Porto Cervo is famous for its many fabulous five-star resorts, but there are plenty more affordable accommodation and dining options to choose from as well.

Porto Cervo continues to attract a glamorous crowd, but now that you can travel here by plane as well as by yacht, it’s open and welcoming to all.

Besides water sports, boating, beaches, walking and dining, Porto Cervo is renowned for its high-end shopping district, with luxury boutiques catering to an upmarket crowd.

Best things to do in Porto Cervo

Hit the beach

Pevero’s pair of white-sand beaches are among the most beautiful – and famous – in Sardinia. Suitable for all ages, you may even spot a celebrity or two.

Visit the churches

Stella Maris – a simple, white-washed hilltop church – boasts sweeping panoramic views across Porto Cervo’s super-yacht filled harbour, and across the brilliant blue waters of the coast.

Take a boat trip

From Porto Cervo, you’re perfectly placed for some wonderful boat trips exploring the rich, blue waters around the islands of Maddalena and across to southern Corsica.