Hotel Su Gologone        

 Loc. Su Gologone 08025 Oliena − Italy

If you think a hotel is just somewhere to sleep, then you’ve never been to Su Gologone. And you’ve no idea just how many unique experiences Su Gologone has on offer.
Set in lush vegetation, below the white limestone ramparts of the Oliena mountains, where the air is filled by the scents of the vineyards, olive grooves, myrtle and strawberry tree bushes.
The lounges, decked with the paintings and ceramics of the Sardinia’s greatest 20th century artists, form a unique, ever-surprising art gallery. The hallways are an unbroken sequence of precious Sardinian handicrafts. The rooms - each different from the other - are furnished in Sardinian style revisited in modern key.
Each room has its own personality, made joyful with the bright colors of the furnishings and cushions. The suites have a lounge, a terrace and outside pools for hydro-massage or chromotherapy.
The charm of a place which has no equal, a thousand different experiences of close contact with nature, a culture boasting thousands of years of history, and with a sense of hospitality which comes from Sardinia’s deepest roots.

Su Gologone is synonymous with quality food and wines: traditional recipes and delicious creative dishes all made with local produce, much of which coming from the hotel’s own farm and vegetable gardens.

Breakfast is a great experience too, to be enjoyed in the fresh air on the terrace with the birds chirping all round you, with a delicious range of specialties to make up your morning meal.

A unique feature of the hotel are its art and handicraft workshops. Dress-makers, embroiderers, ceramic designers, wood carvers and wrought-iron makers, all reinterpret traditional Sardinian handicrafts in the unmistakable Su Gologone Style.

The white Tablao terrace lounge, facing Monte Corrasi is a great place for relaxing - it offers and infinity of infusions and drinks made from the island’s herbs - the perfect place for sipping a delicious aperitif.

From the Terrace of Wishes, facing to the west, you can admire the red, orange and crimson hues of the glorious Barbagia sunsets.

When night falls, the Terrace of Dreams offers visions of stars and constellations - out of time and out of space.

The Bakers’s Shop offers a range of mouth-watering bruschettas, made using the traditional bread which the local ladies dressed in the traditional costume of Olieana draw from the oven before your eyes.

Watch films and documentaries about Sardinia under the stars.
Be lulled by some traditional music performed by the Tenores of Oliena.

Kitchen garden and the Terrazzo dell’Orto
Immerse yourself in nature and stroll through the fragrant garden amid 50 aromatic Mediterranean herbs.

Il Giardino di Tex
The cactus garden is dedicated to the Italian cartoonist Aurelio Galeppini. Lay back in a hammock and enjoy his Tex comics.

A selection of titles on Sardinian art, gastronomy, archaeology and history.

Olive oil boutique
There is 20 varieties of Sardinian oils to sample and purchase.

Cooking workshop: Every day, two local cooks prepare 12 types of homemade pasta. Classes can be booked for a minimum of 5 participants.
Yoga classes, Reiki classes.
Cycling: There are a wide range of bikes, including electric and mountains bikes, and other equipment.

Guided excursions
Trekking. Horse riding- Sailing - sea and river. Land rover, quad, canoe. Free climbing. Scuba diving. Nature and archaeological walks.

Free services
Spring water swimming pool. Fitness center. Two Jacuzzis. Tennis, synthetic surface court. Table football/mini-golf. Ping pong/games park. Billiard room. Discotheque on request.

Conference room
The business centre has rooms with capacity for 20 to 200 seats; the interiors display a collection of ceramics from the 1950s. The amenities are ideal for conferences, important events, large and small, and brand presentations.

Weddings and events
Su Gologone is a magical location for a special occasion. Celebrate your wedding with the Supramonte mountains in the background, or enjoy a romantic dinner on the Terrace of Dreams. And to end the evening? Everyone dances the night away in the disco!

Other services
Newspapers, magazines and medicines on request. Babysitter on request; pets permitted. Free Wifi in reception, the gazebo and Botteghe d’Arte.

Amex, Visa, Eurocard, MasterCard, Diners Club cards all accepted.

Standard Room

Featuring typical Sardinian furnishings made in the hotel’s Botteghe d’Arte. Each room has a four poster double bed and a sofa bed, bathroom with shower; most rooms have a balcony or terrace.

Deluxe Room

Featuring typical Sardinian furnishings made in the hotel’s Botteghe d’Arte. Each room has a four poster double bed and a sofa bed, bathroom with shower; most rooms have a balcony or terrace.

Suite Art Studio

The newest addition to the accommodation is designed for aspiring artists - a tranquil haven where canvases, brushes, pencils and paper are at your disposal in a private studio. Separated by a sliding door, the bedroom has a built-in large double bed; bathroom with shower and stone washbasin for cleaning brushes; 40 inch Smart TV, CD player, iPad and free Wifi. Also equipped with an iron and ironing board, beach essentials (bag, sunscreen, towels and straw hat).
The outdoor area features a bath for two and a stone terrace - an alfresco living room - shaded by colorful sunscreens. The veranda is furnished with table, chairs and a hammock. Guests can enjoy the suite’s private rose garden and views overlooking the surrounding country side.
As an “artist in residence”, you may want to organize a pop-up exhibition of your work using the easels provided. On request: 24-hour butler service; private candlelight dinner in the rose garden; 24-hour babysitter; full equipped play area for young children.

Shepherd's Room

Two suites and two bedrooms, with built-in beds, white-resin floors and juniper-wood beams that run along the ceiling. All of the fabrics used are those of the shepherding tradition: there is orbace (a woolen fabric produced through an age-old process), as well as hide and Sardinian wool. The wooden furnishings have been carved by local cabinet-makers. In the garden, there is a scene depicting shepherds returning from grazing their flocks; the wooden cut-outs were created by Liliana Cano – one of the greatest Sardinian artists of the 20th century. Su Gologone has a wonderful collection of her pieces.

Junior Suite

Dedicated to 20th century Sardinian artists, featuring typical Sardinian furnishings made in the hotel’s Botteghe d’Arte. Each suite has one double bedroom, a small living room, bathroom with shower and bath, balcony or furnished terrace (four suites have an alfresco bath).


Dedicated to 20th century Sardinian artists, featuring typical Sardinian furnishings made in the hotel’s Botteghe d’Arte. Each suite has a fireplace, one double bedroom, a living room, bathroom with shower, and terrace with a double bath, two small beds and an alfresco lounge area.

Amenities: Air conditioning, Minibar, Telephone, Safe, Led TV, Hairdryer, Nespresso machine, Electric kettle, Bathrobe, Slippers, Evening housekeeping.

On request: Fresh flowers, Fruit, Gastronomic or Spa set.

The passion the hotel has for Sardinian culture starts in their craft studios. Embroidery, textiles, ceramics, jewelry, woodwork and wrought iron objects, all created by skilled master weavers and artisans, are displayed across the Botteghe d’Arte. Some pieces are limited editions; others are unique.
Everything used to furnish Su Gologone can be purchased here. Displayed in a beautiful piece of 1940s furniture, there are also infusions, essential oils and bath products made using aromatic herbs like myrtle, juniper, helichrysum reared in the garden.

Why is Sardinia so easy to love? Perhaps because the sea is more crystal-clear than it is in the Caribbean, because the fragrances of this land reach your nostrils before you've even stepped off the ferry, because there are places where silence reigns, because the Sardinian dialect is as crunchy as the local flatbread, because Sardinia is not just for the summer, it is exceptionally beautiful in every season... and few people have as yet discovered all that it has to offer.
If you are strongly attracted by the wonderful sea off the Sardinian coast (and who wouldn't be?), Dorgali should be your destination of choice. A 20-minute drive will take you to Cala Cartoe, in the Gulf of Orosei: fine sand, water with an unmistakable greenish-blue shimmer, and rocks edged with lush vegetation punctuated by the wild beauty of juniper trees. Travel on for another 7 km and you will come to Cala Gonone, where alongside the white sand and the magical colours of the sea, you can visit the delightful cave of Bue Marino, which starting from the coast burrows its way through the mountain for several kilometres.
As you stroll through the quaint old town of Oliena (7 km from Su Gologone), along the cobbled streets and amid ancient houses resting one on top of another, as if they were protecting each other, you will have no difficulty coming across the elderly women of the town who, to this day, still wear the traditional costume known as su hustumene.
Orosei is an enchanting town located 32 km from Su Gologone and just 2 km from the sea, where the ultra-white sandy beaches are framed by pine forest, Mediterranean maquis and rocks of pink granite and basalt. The centre of town, with its ancient buildings and churches, is a delight, and the local festivals are not to be missed.
Celebrated author Grazie Deledda set her most famous novel, Canne al vento (English title: Reeds in the Wind), in Galtellì (27 km from Su Gologone). As well as admiring one of the most characteristic and best-preserved old towns to be found anywhere on the island, you can also visit the author's home and her "Literary Park", which meanders its way along the path from which she drew inspiration for her masterpiece.
Anyone visiting this part of Sardinia is duty-bound to take a trip to San Teodoro and its lagoon (79 km from Su Gologone), which is a veritable birdwatchers' paradise. The seaboard here – one of the most enchanting places on the Tyrrhenian coast – is a marine protected area, with exceptionally interesting diving sites.
Orgosolo is located in a hilly, mountainous area 23 km from Su Gologone. The town, which affords spectacular views of the natural world, is famous for its murales: 150 paintings that embellish and enrich the walls of the houses, and are a real draw for tourists. Traditions remain strong here, and during the numerous local festivals you will see the inhabitants sporting traditional costumes made by local embroiderers using brocade, floral lacework and yarns produced by the silkworms that have been raised here since time immemorial.


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From Costa Smeralda Airport 97 km.
From port 97 km.
From Fertilia Airport 150 km.
From port 150 km.
From Elmas Airport 200 km.
From port 200 km.

Porto Torres
From port 159 km.

The Hotel Su Gologone is located in the east coast of Sardinia, 7 km. far from Oliena, 16 km. from Dorgali and 25 km. from Cala Gonone.
Immersed in nature near the Su Gologone source (400 meters) and the Cedrino river (450 meters) is surrounded by Mediterranean maquis with lawns, myrtles, oleanders.

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