We arrived in April, got a sea-view room, very nice. Best if you speak Italian here. My companion knew French & one of the staff had a rudimentary grasp of same. Otherwise, you're on your own. This hotel's restaurant dinner nothing to write home about, but the expresso, at a sidewalk table in the morning: loved it!!!! Drives home the fact that Americans know next to nothing about making coffee!
Downstairs every morning, a German expat sat, at his sidewalk table. Also every morning, a local guy rode his bike by, his dog trotting along beside him.
We stayed here for access to the local marina, the Porto turistico di Marina di Baunei e Santa Maria Navarrese, where you can rent a boat to go up Cala Luna & drop anchor at a secluded beach, all to yourself. When the boat rental people tell you not to let go of the anchor, TIE the thing to the deck!!!! Don't know why they don't. Otherwise, this boat trip alone more than made up for the entire air fare to Sardegna, much more.
One other note: Italians don't eat until late in the day. If you want food any earlier, there's a supermarket in town. Good roast chicken & not much else.More
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