Sardinia MaramottiTravel in style a la Max Mara retailer director Maria Giulia Maramotti, and granddaughter of the Italian fashion house’s founder Achille Maramotti. She shares her Sardinia escape. 

"My grandfather started visiting Sardinia in the '60s when there was nothing and fell in love with the sea and peacefulness. He bought a house there near Porto Cervo. My cousins and brother and I have been going since we were little kids. Imagine St.-Tropez but a little wilder and closer to nature. It's magic".

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"La Gritta and Il Baretto have the best fish. Al Fico is right under a fig tree and serves Sardinian food. It's set back from the sea on a wonderful square, very romantic. Trattoria Rossi has the best lobster, and Brio di Vino is the place to have a drink at sunset. Phi Beach is beautiful for drinks. You have ladies in six-inch heels and barefoot in bikinis at the same table. The Billionaire is the place to go to see VIPs. Sottowento is very Italian - loud music and dancing until dawn". 

Sardinia isola di mortorioWHAT TO DO
"There is a small island in front of my house called Isola di Mortorio that I always sail to on my first and last day in Sardinia. I take morning bike rides from Porto Rotondo to Golfo di Marinella - it has breathtaking views. The beach at Cala Sabina is wonderful as well". 

"L'Hotel Colonna San Marco and Hotel Sporting in Porto Rotondo are my favorites - cozy and perfect for a quit getaway. If you want to party and get a little more glamorous, there is the famous Cervo Hotel!"

Source Harper's Bazaar




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