Various sports and nautical activities are available upon request and can be booked at the hotel reception.
A diving school, sailing and surfing facilities, canoe rental, inflatables and different types of boat rentals are available close to the hotel.
Hotel Abi d’Oru is not only a paradise for sun worshippers. A wide range of sports, excursions, cultural and gastronomic tours appeal to all types of guests.
Sardinia is rich in history, culture and traditions waiting to be discovered.
Golf games can be arranged at the exclusive Pevero Golf Club.
Two brand new and lighted tennis courts are available for the exclusive use of our guests, with rackets and balls. It is possible to book lessons with an instructor (for a fee).
A football field (5 vs. 5) and a volleyball area on the lawn near the beach are also available.
Bicycles, motorbikes and cars can be rented directly at the hotel.
More information is available from the hotel concierge.
Boat rental and excursions, street markets and local fairs, traditional farm houses, shopping in Porto Rotondo or aperitifs in Porto Cervo: everything is within reach from Hotel Abi d’Oru.
The strategic position of the hotel allows for scenic boat trips along the coast, from Marinella to Santa Teresa di Gallura, via La Maddalena or Caprera islands. A shuttle bus (free of charge) connects the hotel to Porto Rotondo.
Archaeologic tours to some of the most important sites in Nothern Sardinia can also be booked atthrough the hotel: the Nuragic village ‘La Prisgiona’, the Coddu Ecchju area near Arzachena, where the Tombs of the Giants are located, are just some examples.
Not far from there you can admire the millenary olive trees in Luras and the ethnografic museum in Aggius – one of the most important museums of the whole island. Various food and wine itineraries are also possible in the local farm houses, to taste locally made cheese and wines.
A shuttle service connects the hotel to Porto Rotondo (4 km) every day.
The village, which is quite known in the world, is also an active marina since 1964 by the will of the venetian counts Nicolò and Luigi Donà delle Rose.
The two brothers’ idea was to create a community that could become a meeting point for artists and intellectuals, who were invited to work on the project of the square and the church of San Lorenzo.
The village has always been characterized by the works of artists who embellished the streets, the walls and the buildings.
The most representative works of art are “The Food Chain”, by Breton artist Emanuel Chapalain and Piazza San Marco, designed by the sculptor Andrea Cascella.
On the square we find the steps of San Lorenzo’s Church, built by the sculptors Andrea Cascella and Mario Ceroli.
The inside of the church is characterized by an overturned ship’s hull shape.
The rose window of the southern façade comes from Murano.