Discover authentic Sardinian hospitality, at L’antica dimora La Corona

"At a time when the only way to travel was on horseback, There were no hotels or restaurants so that, When foreigners arrived , They were accommodated by friends, relatives and acquaintances, Hospitality was considered a sacred duty for everyone, Rigorously followed as an unspoken moral law..."


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Gourmet & nightlife

Whether you prefer fine dining, with those sophisticated combinations of flavours that are so sought after, or prefer more traditional cuisine, plentiful and full of flavour this area offers all of this and much more. After dinner, there are several exclusive bars and cafes, live music, shows and every type of entertainment alongside many fashionable nightclubs.

Sardinian food and wine 

The typical dish of Gallura is the called "Suppa cuata": a hearty delicacy made of stale bread layered with seasoned broth and cheese, oven baked to form a delicious crust that "hides" the content (cuata, in Gallura, means hidden). In the farming community this was the main dish of the wedding dinner, so much so that until not so long ago, to be able to enjoy this dish you had to wait for someone to get married.

Today the dish is still served in many farmhouse and restaurants. Another specialty of Gallura are sweet ravioli, generously filled with ricotta, served with a tomato sauce (its less acidic). Among the desserts, the braids (acciuleddhi) drizzled with honey, soft cheeses (casgiatini) of cheese or ricotta, tiriccas (here called cucciuleddhi) filled with sapa. Among the wines, the best is the Vermentino di Gallura DOCG , with its hints of sun, sea and sand, goes well with any type of food. You can enjoy the beautiful winery of "Surrau" on the road to Arzachena, its large panoramic windows overlook the vineyards and the granite mountains.

Sardinia boasts a rich tradition of handicrafts and a renowned mastery in the production of ceramics, carpets, fabrics and embroideries. Products that reflect the unrivalled beauty, charm and culture of this stunning island.

San Pantaleo, Porto Cervo, Porto Rotonodo are known as meeting places full of life bustling and fashionable places to go shopping, with many exclusive Italian and International designer labels for men, women and children alongside some of the most prestigious names in world of jewelry. We have not forgotten everyday items.

L’antica dimora La Corona is a stone’s throw from the centre of San Panteleo where you can find Italian and international newspapers and magazines, along with books and medicines. And in true Sardinian style, you will find amazing works by local craftsmen.