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Su Gologone

Listed under Best Hotels in Sardinia, Italy.

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"Charming rural hostelry of fabulous food - a real gem"

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Dine at Su Gologone, Sardinia's finest regional cuisine

Su Gologone is one of the gems of Sardinia. This lovely restaurant is part of the hotel situated in the mountains of the Gennargentu region, a winding 45-minute drive from Sardinia’s unknown eastern coast. The hotel took a big chance by opening in a remote region inland but the excellent gourmet restaurant has attracted diners from all over the world by serving Oliena region’s cuisine using only the freshest ingredients sourced locally and in season. The beautiful terrace is the setting for the feast and inside there is the huge, 100-year-old fireplace in which the speciality of suckling pig is spit-roasted. Meals begin with stacks of home-made pane carasau – wafer-thin, salted bread – and the suckling pig is the best in Sardinia: the pigs feed on wild acorns in the surrounding natural park. An excellent wine list includes Sardinia’s own Cannonau wine, and delights such as ricotta and honey ice cream end the meal on a sweet note.

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