The 5-star in Santa Teresa Gallura ranks among the jewels of hospitality in Europe, offering a holiday that’s unforgettable. This is according to readers of the prestigious American magazine, Condé Nast Traveler.
It’s the Readers’ Choice Awards 2023 that marks the latest accolade for the Valle dell’Erica Resort, the “Dream” of the Delphina hotels & resorts collection.
Selected among the top 25 Resorts in Europe, the award from Condé Nast Traveler is the result of meticulous selection by the American magazine, which over twelve months identified the hotels and resorts that made its readers’ travels unforgettable. It’s one of the most coveted recognitions in the travel sector, the result of an analysis of numerous criteria including service quality, food, and the atmosphere experienced within the resort.
Nestled in a 28-hectare mediterranean park and overlooking the International Park of the Strait of Bonifacio, Valle dell’Erica Resort is a true oasis of peace and natural beauty, with a 180-degree view of the La Maddalena and south Corsica Archipelagos. The Resort is not just an exceptional place to stay but also a perfect destination for special moments like honeymoons or weddings, thanks to its enchanting location and exclusive services such as the “Le Thermae” Thalasso Centre & SPA.
A place where nature, comfort, sustainability, and hospitality merge to create a 360-degree wellness experience among vast green spaces, beaches, and secluded coves with fine white sand, prestigious rooms, and suites furnished with local materials.
The Condé Nast Traveller award adds to a long list of accolades obtained by the Valle dell’Erica Resort. The typical mediterranean hospitality, love for Gallura and nature, together with a commitment to environmental sustainability through the We Are Green® protocol, are at the heart of Delphina’s philosophy and have allowed the Valle dell’Erica Resort to be elected the “Best Green Resort in Europe” at the World Travel Awards for five consecutive years.
Crossing the isthmus of the Levante and Ponente beaches at Capotesta, the Corsican cliffs are the backdrop to the oldest lighthouse in Santa Teresa Gallura which is a good 23 metres high. You go to the west of the small peninsula through the valley of granite rocks more commonly known as Valle della Luna (Valley of the Moon). This is an enchanting place that can only be reached by following difficult tracks that are perfect for trekking along the coast and which are scented by heather and juniper.
A place of silence and peace, occasionally livened up by visitors following the Hippy philosophy and where the wild Sardinian nature can be seen in all its extraordinary beauty.