The Luci de la Muntagna clings to the rock face on a small, steep plot of land overlooking the marina. The entrance is on the upper side of the building, almost on the road, and there is a small car park on the opposite side, right on the bend, which will undoubtedly require some rather perilous manoeuvres! Built in 1966, the building has maintained its original architecture with plenty of curves and white arches. The result is labyrinth-like, with a series of small rooms separated from each other by a flight of steps. In the communal areas (lobby, lounges, bar, etc.), comfortable furniture with very typically Sardinian touches that go very well with the white and sky blue decor was opted for. The beautiful panoramic terrace is far more contemporary in style and affords delightful views, but do bear in mind that drinks and all the extras here are expensive - you are in Porto Cervo, after all!
Just below this spot lie the guest rooms and the restaurant, whilst the small outdoor pool at the foot of the hotel. Complete with an adjoining bar and deckchairs, it is bordered by a small garden and found on level -4.