Spiaggia Rena Bianca, Santa Teresa di Gallura 4.7 /5.0 (1460)

Spiaggia Rena Bianca

Santa Teresa di Gallura, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Cala Ginepro, Tortolì 4.7 /5.0 (1150)

Spiaggia di Cala Ginepro

Tortolì, Nuoro (Sardegna)
Spiaggia della Torre di Barì, Bari Sardo 4.7 /5.0 (270)

Spiaggia della Torre di Barì

Bari Sardo, Nuoro (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Mari Ermi, Cabras 4.7 /5.0 (2726)

Spiaggia di Mari Ermi

Cabras, Oristano (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Mari Pintau, Quartu Sant'Elena 4.7 /5.0 (3170)

Spiaggia di Mari Pintau

Quartu Sant'Elena, Cagliari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Monti d'à Rena, La Maddalena 4.6 /5.0 (840)

Spiaggia Monti d'à Rena

La Maddalena, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Cala Spalmatore, La Maddalena 4.4 /5.0 (1110)

Spiaggia di Cala Spalmatore

La Maddalena, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Bassa Trinita, La Maddalena 4.6 /5.0 (1170)

Spiaggia di Bassa Trinita

La Maddalena, Sassari (Sardegna)
Cala Coticcio (Tahiti), La Maddalena 4.6 /5.0 (2129)

Cala Coticcio (Tahiti)

La Maddalena, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Punta Tegge, La Maddalena 4.5 /5.0 (1640)

Spiaggia di Punta Tegge

La Maddalena, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Zia Culumba, Santa Teresa di Gallura 4.5 /5.0 (2080)

Spiaggia Zia Culumba

Santa Teresa di Gallura, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Rena di Ponente, Santa Teresa di Gallura 4.5 /5.0 (1440)

Spiaggia Rena di Ponente

Santa Teresa di Gallura, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia del Relitto, La Maddalena 4.6 /5.0 (2600)

Spiaggia del Relitto

La Maddalena, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Santa Reparata, Santa Teresa di Gallura 4.5 /5.0 (430)

Spiaggia Santa Reparata

Santa Teresa di Gallura, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Porto Pollo, Palau 4.5 /5.0 (240)

Spiaggia Porto Pollo

Palau, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Punta Nera, Palau 4.2 /5.0 (60)

Spiaggia di Punta Nera

Palau, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia de la Sciumara, Palau 4.3 /5.0 (150)

Spiaggia de la Sciumara

Palau, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Padula Piatta, Palau 4.3 /5.0 (220)

Spiaggia di Padula Piatta

Palau, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia dell'Isolotto, Palau 4.3 /5.0 (320)

Spiaggia dell'Isolotto

Palau, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Porto Liscia, Santa Teresa di Gallura 4.4 /5.0 (780)

Spiaggia Porto Liscia

Santa Teresa di Gallura, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Rena Majori, Aglientu 4.5 /5.0 (1700)

Spiaggia Rena Majori

Aglientu, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Capriccioli, Arzachena 4.5 /5.0 (4775)

Spiaggia di Capriccioli

Arzachena, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Vignola, Trinità d'Agultu e Vignola 4.5 /5.0 (1530)

Spiaggia di Vignola

Trinità d'Agultu e Vignola, Sassari (Sardegna)
Cala Sarraina, Trinità d'Agultu e Vignola 4.6 /5.0 (1200)

Cala Sarraina

Trinità d'Agultu e Vignola, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Li Mindi, Badesi 4.5 /5.0 (410)

Spiaggia Li Mindi

Badesi, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Li Junchi, Badesi 4.4 /5.0 (920)

Spiaggia Li Junchi

Badesi, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Poltu Biancu, Badesi 4.4 /5.0 (370)

Spiaggia Poltu Biancu

Badesi, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia della baia delle Mimose, Badesi 4.3 /5.0 (650)

Spiaggia della baia delle Mimose

Badesi, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia La Marina di Castelsardo, Castelsardo 4.2 /5.0 (160)

Spiaggia La Marina di Castelsardo

Castelsardo, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Porto Ottiolu, Budoni 4.3 /5.0 (3400)

Spiaggia di Porto Ottiolu

Budoni, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Budoni, Budoni 4.3 /5.0 (3000)

Spiaggia di Budoni

Budoni, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Porto Ainu, Budoni 4.2 /5.0 (700)

Spiaggia di Porto Ainu

Budoni, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Baia S. Anna, Budoni 4.2 /5.0 (200)

Spiaggia Baia S. Anna

Budoni, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia La Pelosa, Stintino 4.5 /5.0 (24471)

Spiaggia La Pelosa

Stintino, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Marina di Sorso, Sorso 4.2 /5.0 (300)

Spiaggia Marina di Sorso

Sorso, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Platamona, Sorso 4.1 /5.0 (260)

Spiaggia di Platamona

Sorso, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Porto Palmas, Sassari 4.5 /5.0 (400)

Spiaggia di Porto Palmas

Sassari, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Porto Ferro, Sassari 4.5 /5.0 (2500)

Spiaggia di Porto Ferro

Sassari, Sassari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di San Gemiliano, Tortolì 4.4 /5.0 (164)

Spiaggia di San Gemiliano

Tortolì, Nuoro (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Lido di Orrì, Tortolì 4.6 /5.0 (3200)

Spiaggia di Lido di Orrì

Tortolì, Nuoro (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Musculedda, Tortolì 4.6 /5.0 (620)

Spiaggia di Musculedda

Tortolì, Nuoro (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Cea, Tortolì 4.6 /5.0 (3311)

Spiaggia di Cea

Tortolì, Nuoro (Sardegna)
Spiaggia Sa Mesa Longa, San Vero Milis 4.6 /5.0 (1800)

Spiaggia Sa Mesa Longa

San Vero Milis, Oristano (Sardegna)
Spiaggia del Poetto, Cagliari 4.4 /5.0 (2130)

Spiaggia del Poetto

Cagliari, Cagliari (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Maladroxia, Sant'Antioco 4.3 /5.0 (4300)

Spiaggia di Maladroxia

Sant'Antioco, Sud Sardegna (Sardegna)
Spiaggia di Porto Pino, Sant'Anna Arresi 4.6 /5.0 (1035)

Spiaggia di Porto Pino

Sant'Anna Arresi, Sud Sardegna (Sardegna)

Sardinia Beaches

Discover Sardinia and its best beaches

Sardinia is an island located in the western Mediterranean, belonging to Italy. Its geographical location makes it an ideal destination for seaside vacations, with a long coastline that stretches for about 1800 km. The landscape is characterized by a great variety of natural environments, including sandy beaches, cliffs overlooking the sea, forests of holm oak and cork oak, mountains, and hills.

The shores that enrich the region are numerous and very diverse, each characterized by particular composition and conformation. The most famous beaches are probably those of the Costa Smeralda, which is located in the north-eastern part of the island. This area is famous worldwide for its emerald-coloured sea, fine and golden sandy beaches, lively squares, and high-quality services. The destinations of Porto Cervo, Porto Rotondo, Cala di Volpe, and the Grande Pevero are among the most exclusive luxury tourism spots, and summer gatherings of the international jet-set.

Equally paradisiacal beaches are located to the north of the region, on the splendid Sardinian islands: the Archipelago of La Maddalena, off the coast of the Costa Smeralda, includes seven major islands, about fifteen islets, and hundreds of emerging rocks, which stand out for the beauty of their jagged coasts and their pristine nature. La Maddalena, on the homonymous island, is the only inhabited centre of the entire archipelago; the other major islands are Caprera, also known as the place where Giuseppe Garibaldi spent his last days, and finally Spargi, Budelli, Santa Maria, and Razzoli.

In the north-western part of the island lies the island of Asinara, once used as a maximum-security prison, but today it is the site of the Asinara National Park. Its shores, together with those of the island of Piana, offer a view of one of the most admired and beloved beaches in the entire Mediterranean: La Pelosa. Located on the coast 2 km from Stintino, with its shallow sea, transparent water ranging from turquoise to blue, the imposing seventeenth-century building of the Torre Pelosa towering over the coast, the white, very fine and soft sand, La Pelosa beach is an enchanted place.

The island of Tavolara, at the mouth of the Gulf of Olbia, is also one of the most interesting areas of the Mediterranean, especially for diving enthusiasts, thanks to the presence of numerous underwater archaeological sites.

Moving towards the central part of Sardinia, there are beaches with coarse sand, such as those of Chia and Villasimius, which are perfect for those who love long walks along the coast. In this area, however, there are also beaches with fine sand, such as Cala Gonone (on the east coast) or the beach of Is Arenas (to the west) which are surrounded by cliffs overlooking the sea and lush vegetation. Cala Goloritzé is also famous, an isolated beach with white sand and pebbles overlooking a natural stone arch, which is reachable via an arduous path perfect for those who love trekking.

A truly suggestive panorama is offered by the Grandi Rocce Rosse di Arbatax, which characterize the central-eastern part of the Sardinian coast: red porphyry cliffs that emerge from the sea and give rise to an incredible scenario. The cliffs overlooking the sea are, in fact, a characteristic of the eastern coast of the island, such as the Punta La Marmora cliff and the Punta Ispuligi cliff.
In the southern part of Sardinia, there are coastlines with fine, golden sand, such as the famous Piscinas Beach: a jewel of the south-western Costa Verde, located in the province of Arbus. It is an oasis set in a dazzling yellow-ochre desert, where sand dunes shaped by the mistral wind have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Alternating with these types of beaches are others with coarse sand, such as Cala Zafferano, framed by lush vegetation and clear seas, which also constitutes the only way to reach it. As you go up the western side of the region, you can see the islands of Sant'Antioco and San Pietro: guardians of ancient local traditions, their coasts reveal small coves that hide tiny beaches and expose high cliffs. Surreal panoramas where water and wind have eroded the basalt rock, giving the landscape an incredible charm.

Sardinia is also an ideal destination for those who love water sports, such as windsurfing, kitesurfing, kayaking, and sailing. The great variety of fish and marine bottoms to explore lends itself to snorkeling and diving to discover the island's underwater beauty. Those who prefer to stay on the surface, on the other hand, can contact the many existing companies and book exciting boat trips. If adventure is what you are looking for, then you cannot miss excursions to the hinterland or visits to picturesque villages in the Sardinian countryside.

In short, whatever scenario you imagine for your vacation, in Sardinia it will become a reality.

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