What will immediately seduce you in the world of the Cala di Volpe, is its architecture and its original colourful decoration, created by the French designer Jacques Couelle, the inventor of the ''landscape houses''. Built in 1963 at the back of a magnificent bay that has been transformed into a private marina, the hotel enjoys a really exceptional location, between the blue water of the Mediterranean Sea and the dark green of the scrublands that cover the hills of the backcountry. Inspired by a small Mediterranean village, the hotel is perfectly integrated into its surroundings. It has a huge pool adjacent to the restaurant and there is a pleasant piano-bar where you can go through a footbridge. Inspired by Sardinian traditions, the interior decor of the hotel is very fancy, the smallest detail is taken care of: whitewashed walls, open beams, joyful colours, soft and rounded shapes. In short, a really enchanting place. It is not surprising that James Bond went there for shooting a scene - ''The Spy Who Loved Me''.