Sardinia is rich in areas of archaeological interest. The name of the hotel, Tarthesh, has ancient origins: Tartessos, a name by which the Greeks indicated the far West, which means “Metals Refinery”; a mythological emporium of delights and rare goods, was the only known place to the west of the mythical city of Atlantis. Also mentioned 21 times in the Bible (Isaiah 23.6 “Cross over to Tarshish, wail inhabitants of the coast.”), some think it was in Spain, others proposing the thesis of it being Sardinia. From this fascinating hypothesis derives the name of the hotel in Sardinia “Tarthesh”, a mythical place, the Eden that the ancients were looking at over the famous Pillars of Hercules, the famous border of the ancient world, Altantide. In these ancient lands Tartheshotel organizes archaeological tour in the areas of greatest interest in Sardinia.