With 21 restaurants open during high season, food is an endless highlight, with a global range of cuisines including Sardinian, Brazilian and Indian. Guest chefs commonly have a seasonal spot with three-Michelin-starred Heinz Beck and Alfons Schuhbeck for 2019. The first ever Hell’s Kitchen can be found at Forte Village Resort and in the Cavalieri Restaurant of The Castello Hotel, lobster is as commonplace as chicken at the buffet. For those inspired, there’s also a cooking school.
Forte Village boasts a collection of sports academies, including a Chelsea Football Club School for 4 to 14 year olds. There are also pools galore, waterslides, basketball, 12 floodlit tennis courts, go-karting, windsurfing, sailing, scuba diving, waterskiing, table tennis, basketball, an Italian Open Championship golf course (five miles away), football, beach volleyball, boat hire, bicycle hire, horse riding and many more. At Leisureland there is a go-kart track, ten-pin bowling lanes, trampolines and a climbing wall. Over a mile of long pristine white sandy beaches and shallow waters are ideal for swimming.
There are excellent children’s facilities for all ages available at Children’s Wonderland, where young guests can learn to play musical instruments, cook pizza, learn Italian or create their own work of art.
The Acquaforte Thalasso Spa is an exclusive health and beauty centre based on the ancient thermal pools from the nearby ancient Roman town of Nora and offers a Thalassotherapy spa, six outdoor heated pools with added minerals, sauna, massage and Turkish bath.
- 45 minutes drive from Cagliari Elmas Airport
- 8 luxury hotel offerings within the whole resort
- Different levels of exclusivity within the hotel selection
- Up to 21 restaurants in high season
- Guest celebrity chefs
- Piazza Luisa with top quality entertainment and high end shopping
- 10 pools
- Aquaforte Thalassotherapy Spa
- Incredible variety of activities
- Hawaiian Themed Nightclub
- Impeccable service