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7Pines – Sardinia, Italy

The detail

Hotel Type: A 5* luxury beach resort.

Location: In a secluded cove in Baja Sardinia, on the north of the island, close to Porto Cervo and just 35km from Olbia airport.

Style: Modern Mediterranean luxe.

Rooms: 76 rooms & suites – all with terraces or balconies, some with a private Jacuzzi.

Favourite Room: We love the rooftop suite for its beautiful views over the beach and sea, as well as the spacious outdoor area to soak in the rays. 

Ideal For: Sophisticated breaks and smart island living.

Swimming: It has its own private beach, and there’s also two swimming pools on site, with one exclusive to those staying in the Laguna rooms and suites. 

Dining: With three restaurants and three bars, the cuisine is Italian and Mediterranean with some international influences too. 

Children: Children are most definitely welcome! 

Activities: Watersports enthusiasts can take advantage of the crystal clear waters and delight in the wildlife while snorkelling, or enjoy paddleboarding and kayaking. Unwind on the beach with its white sands and calm water, before exploring Sardinia by renting a yacht for the day. The resort also includes a multisports arena for a spot of tennis or padel. 

Spa: Take advantage of the spa treatments at Pure Seven Spa, from a massage and facial to body wraps and scrubs. Spa facilities includes five treatment rooms, Hammam, sauna, an ice shower and an emotive experience shower. 

Low Season Price From: €308 for a King Bed Garden View Room including breakfast.

High Season Price From: €1,308 for a King Bed Garden View Room including breakfast.

Open From: Brand new from July 2022 to October 2022. 

You can’t help but marvel at the colour of the water in Sardinia and 7Pines has chosen a near perfect spot. Overlooking the protected Maddalena islands, and surrounded by white sandy coves and a bright emerald sea, the resort is glamour personified. It’s built like a village by the sea, blending perfectly with the landscape and sitting amongst 15 hectares of verdant gardens, full of the scent of pines and aromatic shrubs. There’s a calming sense of space and freedom, but intimacy all at the same time. Guests not only have a choice of pools, but of beaches, and many of the rooms and suites are just moments from the water’s edge. If you’re after laid back sophistication, this resort is for you. 


Fresh and cool in azures and stone, with light wood furnishings, the rooms and suites are Mediterranean fresh and luxurious. Spread across the resort, in the lush gardens, by the tranquil laguna pool or close to the beach, each one has a terrace or a balcony, whilst some have their own roof terrace – and many have their own bar. Not far from the hotel’s main pool, amongst the landscaped lawns and beds, the Garden View Rooms and Garden View Junior Suites are typically Sardinian in style, with large windows filling them with Mediterranean light and the soft aroma of juniper. The Garden View Rooms are spacious with large bathrooms, whilst the larger Junior Suites, situated on the first floor, have a sofa bed. The single level Deluxe Laguna Rooms sit in a private section of the gardens, with direct access to the Laguna pool. They feature their own terraces with outdoor showers. Sleeping up to three people, the Laguna View Junior Suites have large terraces and comfortable living area. The light filled Laguna View Suites are larger still and elegantly styled. Coastal living comes into its own with the sea view accommodation – just steps from the water, you feel the gentle sea breezes and can hear the gentle lap of waves from your bed.

The Deluxe Sea View Rooms are on the ground or first floor with a terrace or a balcony and look out across the sparkling bay. We love the two storey Deluxe Rooftop Rooms, with their bed and bathroom on the ground floor, and romantic roof terrace with far reaching views. The Sea View Junior Suites, either on the ground or first floor, have some of the best views in the resort, and are bright and airy. With equally beguiling vistas, the even larger Sea View Suites are supremely comfortable. The Beach Suite has direct beach access from its own private garden. Surrounded by palms and Mediterranean shrubs, it has spacious living areas, inside and out. Or you could choose the elegant Rooftop Suite, which also has its own garden, and a pretty spectacular view from the top – there’s no better place for a sundowner. The sophisticated Suite Capriccioli, is positively palatial and is only a short walk to the beach. Sleeping up to four, it has a dining area and spacious interior and exterior. The largest of all, is Suite Smeralda – next to the Spa and restaurant. It features a private terrace and garden with a Jacuzzi and is elegantly furnished. 

For families, the two bedroom Suite del Principe is ideal. With fabulous sea views, a large al fresco dining area and Jacuzzi on the terrace, it’s a little Sardinian haven. There’s also the option of family rooms which sleep two adults and one child, or one of the eight interconnecting rooms which sleep up to six people.


Al fresco dining, freshly caught seafood and the flavours of Italy – three things that were made for each other! The choice at 7Pines is truly spoiling, with seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. The signature restaurant Capogiro looks out across the bay, making it the perfect spot to start the day for breakfast, and to end it over dinner with a menu of exceptional Italian and Sardinian dishes for dinner, paired with an extensive wine list. On the headland, surrounded by the lapping sea, Cone Club is a sophisticated beach bar and restaurant, with a distinctive Mediterranean and international flavour and a backdrop of chilled music. For poolside lunches, Spazio is laid back and relaxed, and we love the choice of bars for cocktails and sundowners. And if you prefer to dine in, the Home Delivery menu is excellent.


So much thought and attention has been put into the kids club here, with elements taken from Montessori and Early Years Foundation teaching. For children aged between 4 and 14, there is a multitude of activities. 


Not surprisingly, the water sports here are first class. Who couldn’t be tempted into this crystal clear sea? Snorkeling is a must – it’s rare to get such a perfect setting to see sea life up close. If you prefer being on top of the waves, then paddle boarding and kayaking are a sedate way to explore the many coves. The resort has its own fully crewed motor cruisers, and a day on board is a total treat. There are a multitude of trails for hiking, running or mountain biking, and the resort has a sports arena with tennis courts. The Spa is an oasis, with a wide range of holistic treatments and features a hammam, sauna, ice shower and emotive experience shower. However, despite all this on offer, you may still find that sitting on the beach with a book is about as active as you get. 

Location – Sardinia

One of the Mediterranean’s lesser known islands, Sardinia is one of the most mysterious. Its snow white beaches and emerald coloured shores (Costa Smeralda couldn’t be called anything else) are what instantly spring to mind, and a drive around the coast is a thrilling and beautiful adventure, with towering limestone cliffs and tiny secluded turquoise bays. The waters beckon you to sail, windsurf and dive. But venture into the interior and you’ll be captivated. Dotted with sun baked hamlets, pre-stone age fortresses, alpine-like forests and deep canyons, it’s an island full of wild beauty, history and heritage. The culinary scene is no less impressive. The island has its very own and distinct take on pasta; is famous for its “dolci” and you’ll find cheeses you’ve never tasted before. Small, family run vineyards produce some exceptional wines – listed on the menus of off the beaten track cafés and restaurants. Once there, you’re sure to return.

Pricing & Availability

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