Ultimate & Wild

Get back in touch with your natural


Sustainability is at the heart of our vision and values. We constantly strive to improve the energy efficiency of our facilities, increasingly utilizing sources of renewable energy.

Aware of the importance of conserving this precious resource, we have implemented water-saving measures. Furthermore, we actively work to minimize waste and adopt sustainable procurement policies, promoting services with a low environmental impact.

Our initiatives follow clear and measurable United Nations Sustainable Development Goals that guide us in our commitment to a better future.

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Our philosophy is based on awareness of the importance of environmental and social sustainability.


We are committed to protecting the environment by adopting eco-friendly practices and reducing the impact of our activities on the surrounding ecosystem.


Furthermore, we are attentive to social sustainability, promoting local employment and the involvement of the surrounding communities in our initiatives. We firmly believe that our success is closely linked to the well-being of people and the surrounding environment.


The history of the pine forest

Until 1700, Is Arenas was a large forest of junipers and Holm oaks that are typical of the Mediterranean.

From the early eighteenth century, the area was used for consistent grazing of sheep and was subject to considerable tree felling; all this led to the deforestation of the area, giving rise to a desert of over 3,000 hectares, the only desert in Italy. Over time, the wind moved the sand to form dunes that were 50 meters high. These dunes often blocked traffic on a local state road and damaged nearby crops of olive trees and precious grapes.

In the 50s, thanks to a high naturalistic engineering intervention, the area called Is Arenas (“the sands” in Sardinian) was converted into a pine forest through the planting of different types of trees over an area of about 1100 hectares. Today, the forest is considered of great landscape value and is recognized as a Site of Community Interest (SIC), i.e. a protected area that contributes significantly to maintaining the biodiversity of the region in which it is located.

A green holiday that nourishes the spirit, regenerates the body and frees the mind