Hotel Su Gologone is located in the Barbagia region of Sardinia, an area that is both rugged and refined. Engulfed by the local flora, the red geraniums and prickly pears are the perfect backdrops against which the hotel contrasts its theme of culture, art, and tradition. The hotel embodies the very essence of the island’s culture and hospitality.
The attention to detail is truly remarkable, creating an authentic Sardinian experience through the use of juniper wood, terracotta, ancient ceramics, and periwinkle inlays using the renowned dye of Oliena. The rooms are decorated according to specific themes that introduce you to the daily life of local weavers, artists, and shepherds. For example, the linens are the same woolen fabrics produced and used by nomadic shepherds. The furnishings and artwork were created by local artisans. The beds were constructed with wood and iron, which were once common in local homes. There is even an Art Studio where you can come to be inspired by the aesthetics of the private rose garden and the energy of your surroundings.
Be sure to indulge in the authentic flavors of the local cuisine, the aroma of the regional wines, and the rugged beauty all around you. You can immerse yourself in the culture through classes at the local studios, celebrate local festivals, or come face to face with history through its ceramics, tapestries, and traditional costumes. Beyond the hotel, you can cruise the coastline, stroll the pristine beaches at the edge of the forest, or discover interesting dive sites. The overwhelming beauty and rich culture are sure to create an unforgettable experience.