NicolettaHotel is a 3-star hotel directly on the sea of Santa Maria Navarrese, a wonderful town on the eastern coast of Sardinia, part of the municipality of Baunei.
Nicoletta Hotel is at few steps from the beach of one of the most beautiful towns on the island. It is the perfect place for those who love relax, nature, good food and active holidays. The Baunei area is famous all around the world for its wide range of outdoor sports such as: kayak, climbing, mountain bike or trekking in the mountains.
Nicoletta Hotel has 28 double or twin bedrooms (renovated for the season 2019) with the possibility of adding an extra bed and/or baby cot. They are elegantly furnished and equipped with free wi-fi, air conditioning, mini bar, LCD TV, safe, telephone and private bathroom with hairdryer.
Rooms for guests with a disability, or rooms with terrace or balcony are available upon request.
Guests at the Nicoletta Hotel of Santa Maria can make use the following facilities:
- A rich sweet and savory buffet for breakfast, also available with extra charge. Packed lunch can be arranged on request with extra charge
- Private outdoor parking and underground garage
- Large panoramic terrace
- Free wi-fi
- Luggage storage
- Partnered restaurants in the surroundings
The beach of the Nicoletta Hotel is only 150 metres away and is part of Santa Maria Navarrese, a charming bay located in the centre of the village, which shelters the beach from the wind. Santa Maria Navarrese is located on the eastern coast of Sardinia, in the municipality of Baunei and in the subregion of the island known as Ogliastra. In addition to an unforgettably emerald sea, the land is perfect for lovers of nature, sports and active holidays in Sardinia. This stretch of coast is famous for the most beautiful coves in the world, accessible only by sea or through hiking trails: from Cala Luna to Cala Goloritzé, passing through Cala Mariolu and Cala Biriola.
In addition to hiking, this area offers plenty of alternatives for the guests at the Nicoletta Hotel that want to venture into the hinterland. Take the "Blue Selvaggio" for example – the most difficult trekking path in Italy that offers the perfect opportunity to discover the area. Visit Sa Perda Longa, a limestone rock overlooking the sea that reaches a height of 128 metres and which in 1993 was declared a natural monument.
Port of Arbatax: around 15 km
Port and Airport of Cagliari: around 140 km
Port and Airport of Olbia: around 180 km
Port of Golfo Aranci: around 200 km
Airport of Alghero: around 220 km
Port of Porto Torres: around 230 km