Tradition translated into architecture: this is, in essence, what the Nuraghe Arvu Resort is all about. The establishment was designed by Pietro Pittalis and built using local materials.
The beams made from juniper wood are the most beautiful example of this fondness for local heritage, which is also seen in the 'family' production of cannonau, one of Sardinia's finest wines. During your stay, you will be able to discover and enjoy this region, where craftsmanship once flourished: from leather work to goldsmith's art, the Nuraghe Arvu offers its guests a skilful blend of tradition and culture, all cleverly promoted by the manager.
As far as mod-cons are concerned, a few elements are lacking (in particular an Internet connection), but the cuisine largely makes up for this, making you want to cut yourself off from the rest of the world during your stay, walk around the mountains of the region, and succumb to the local flavours on offer.
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