Scattered along the art routes of Su Gologone, tell the noble, rooted tradition of our land:
Important works by the greatest Sardinian artists of the XX century and precious collections of textiles, paintings, pottery and furnishing.
It is always open and you may stay as long as you like.
Furnished with collections of baskets and ancient utensils of the area, it collects books dedicated to culture, art, history, geography, traditions and Sardinian cuisine.
We have two cellars at Su Gologone.
In the Vineria beneath Bar Francesco Ciusa, we have a beautifully designed bespoke 12-seat table created for our wine tasting sessions, and also ideal for a private reservation.
Un tavolo da 12 posti e i suoi sgabelli in sughero poggiano direttamente sulla roccia.
Tutto qui è realizzato e decorato con materiali del passato, dagli utensili da cantina al cotto del pavimento, fino alle travi in ginepro.
Our cookery classes are a one-a-kind opportunity to learn first-hand the time-honoured recipes and culinary skills honed in the home kitchens of Barbagia.
. Sardinian women have passed down their knowledge to one another for generations, and we’d love to pass on their passion for Sardinian food to you.
In the Herb Garden, each plant has its name written in Italian, Sardinian and Latin on the plate next to it.
Choose a herb you like or are curious about, and we’ll make an infusion for you in the Kitchen Garden or Magico Tablao.
An intimate, reserved space next to the Tablao Bar.
You will find French and national bubbles, alongside ham, strawberries and local delicacies.
This is where anything can happen, where every wish can come true.
While you contemplate the sunset, or while having an exclusive romantic dinner, relaxing, having a yoga lesson.
The spectacular view of Mount Corrasi makes Su Gologone’s ‘terrace of dreams’ one of the most captivating parts of the hotel.
It was here in 1966 that American director John Huston shot a number of scenes for his epic film The Bible: In the Beginning, starring Ava Gardner, Peter O’Toole and Franco Nero.
Watch a movie or a sardinian documentary
An exclusive, exciting space, you’ll enjoy the starry sky as a backdrop for films and documentaries on Sardinia.
This garden is dedicated to Aurelio Galleppini, the Sardinian-born creator of Tex Willer, the main character in the Italian comic strip Tex.
He never left Italy but drew his inspiration from the white karstic stone and rocks of this part of Sardinia, where the landscape is similar to the deserts of the Wild West.