Capo Boi Falkensteiner Resort
What We Love
- Chic Mediterranean stay at a five-star resort with a blissful beach, pool and spa Visiting one of Sardinia's "nuraghi" - ruins left from the Bronze Age
- Sinking your toes into the soft sands of the hotel’s private beach
- Enjoying sun-up til sun-down hospitality and five-star facilities
What To Know
- This chic property is very family-friendly, with a kid's club
- There are tennis courts and even a soccer field to play on
- The infinity pool overlooks the Capo Carbonara Bay
With over 1,000 miles of unspoilt coastline, Sardinia is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean. Marked by its warm lagoons, white sands and wide secluded bays, Italy’s sleepiest island is a traveller’s paradise. Comparatively untouched by modern tourism, it offers up tranquillity and beaches characterised by pretty coves and crystal-clear waters. Stay close to the sugar-white sand, gorgeous inlets and glacier-blue water, or, alternatively, explore the island’s rugged inland hikes and the Bronze Age ruins known as “nuraghi”.
Resort Capo Boi is new to the island’s hotel scene, having opened just last summer. This refreshing resort is set within a conservation area and consequently offers unspoilt surroundings. It boasts its own private sandy bay, an impressive infinity pool with breathtaking Capo Carbonara Bay views and five-star amenities. Facilities include a small amphitheatre and activities such as snorkelling, stand-up paddle boarding and tennis. Find even deeper relaxation in the expansive spa, or during yoga and Pilates classes before spending evenings on the open-air terrace bar with live DJ acts.
How to Get There
Excellent ressort with excellent service in an unforgettable environment. We can only recommend to spend the next holiday with Marco and his team soon. The good tours will give you even more opportunities to learn more about Sardegna.
The resort is set in a beautiful location in Villasimius and the beach has crystal clear water with lots of fish so a great location for snorkelling. Sun beds plentiful and the interior of the hotel is tastefully done. However, we had a series of issues which were very poorly dealt with. The air conditioning unit in our bedroom was broken and was whirring away so we had to switch it off and ended up sleeping badly due to the heat. We asked for the children’s beds to be made up before we went to dinner but two hours later this was not done and we had to ask again. Finally and most upsetting, another guest was able to access our room using his key, in error. This was whilst our children were trying to sleep. I explained this to the man at reception but he did not seem to grasp how serious this breach of security was.
Family of 4 in a 2 bedroom villa.You could easily stay in the resort & just sunbathe, read, swim in the sea, do a few laps in the pool.But outside, near the hotel, you can also sail.The food in this resort was lovely & fresh,whether breakfast, lunch or dinner. They even have a pizza-only bar where you can enjoy a yummy pizza or takeaway to wherever you are sitting. There are plenty of different areas and the small beach feels quite exclusive as you do not really get many non-hotel guests due to its limited access, bar service to the pools and beach runs throughout the day.The two small boutiques have nice, varied & 'useful' items-Maria will expertly guide you and source your size or similar alternatives.We had a lovely week & were able to recharge in preparation for an active August.The Spa is lovely with an uncomplicated treatment list in clean, comfortable rooms. The Spa whirlpool is also very refreshing - especially once the kids whose parents selfishly & conveniently allow them to use it after 1pm have left the pool. This hotel is the only one I know allowing kids into the Spa pool at all so they are doing their best to keep everyone happy but end up having to then deal with such guests, which the hotel does very gracefully!We had a lovely time.