In the northern part of Gallura, in the territory of Arzachena, there is a small fjord featuring pink granitic rocks, shaped by the wind, overlooking one of the most beautiful landscapes in Sardinia: the Maddalena Archipelago. Here lies Poltu Quatu, a small village dedicated to the seafaring life of the past and located in a strategic position in a natural inlet nestled in the typically Mediterranean landscape, an exclusive place with a crystal clear sea and Costa Smeralda social life. It emerged in 1987, as a landing place for small and medium-sized boats. Over time, the village has become a destination for the jet-set and is now surrounded by hotels of various categories, famous restaurants, designer shops and diving clubs.