The roots of Forte Village' success run deep. In 1970, Lord Charles Forte opened the resort. Since then, the resort has continued to reach ever higher levels of excellence.
Sardinia's beaches and coasts all have different characteristics, giving them all their own unique charm. Apart from the spectacular beach at the resort - chosen by Forbes magazine as one of the 25 sexiest beaches in the world - in the nearby surroundings of Forte Village, you will find Chia and its lagoon, San Pietro island and the characteristic town of Carloforte, Baia Zafferanu, Cala Cipolla, Tuerredda and Capo Spartivento - the perfect place for windsurfing. Many other striking places of interest are dotted along the way.
The culture and ancient traditions of Sardinia's proud land live on through traditions, the "Sartiglia" on the last Sunday of the Oristano Carnival which is a sort of "race for a ring" takes place, the "Ardia" in Sedilo which is a horse race in memory of the Costantino rule that liberated Christianity, the Sacrifice of St. Efisio on 1st May which is a solemn procession held in Cagliari and the Sardinian Cavalcade (Cavalcata Sarda) and held on the penultimate Sunday in May at Sassari.
In 1998, at the age of just 32 and having given up his passion for football due to injury, Gordon Ramsay opened his first restaurant in the Chelsea area of London, and gained his first three Michelin stars. Gordon Ramsey is one of the greatest chefs in the world and his firmament boasts ten Michelin stars. His cooking, which blends boldness and delicacy, innovation and tradition, has travelled all over the world and, from next summer, it will also exclusively grace the Forte Village dining table.