The 30 Most beautiful Sardinia Beaches
Best Sardinia beaches from the North coast in Alghero to the South coast of Cagliari
We tried to point out only some but the best Sardinia Beaches are so many and so beautiful that it’s almost impossible to list them all. Start your journey with this incredible tour of 1000 miles around the island!
From the north-west coast of Alghero continuing until the far north-east in Olbia and the Costa Smeralda. We move then to the east coast through Ogliastra. Visit the south Sardinia and go up again towards Oristano in the wild Costa Verde.
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1. The Best Sardinia Beaches in the North-West – Alghero
Lazzaretto beach – Alghero
Road SS 127BIS between Fertilia and Porto Conte
This is one of the most popular in the area. It tends to be quite crowded during August and over the week-ends. It’s a small beach surrounded by low rocks and Mediterranean scrub. The water is usually one of the coldest of the area but as soon as you get used to the cool temperature, it’s fantastic to explore the seabed full of sealife. Around the Torre del Lazzaretto built in XIV cent. you can find some really nice coves and bays. It can’t be missed!
Best Private Holiday accommodation close to the area
Maria Pia Beach – Alghero
Viale I Maggio
If you are cominng from Alghero you need to follow the directions to Fertilia. Behind the wide pine forest lies this wonderful beach. Away from the city centre but still not so far, the beach is quite long with white sand dunes. Nice clean and crystal clear water. Picnic areas where the pines make a natural shadow. Perfect for families with children because of the shallow and warm waters
Porto Ferro beach – Alghero
SP 117 – Sassari
The beach is in the municipality of Sassari, however it is very close to Alghero. In the direction of Porto Conte turn onto the SP 55BIS at the crossroads
It’s a short and nice drive through the fields of the Nurra plain. The beach is particularly windy and its wild nature makes it a favorite destination for surfers and naturists to whom part of the beach is dedicated
Mugoni Beach – Alghero
Towards Porto Conte on road SP 55
Surranded by a pine forest. Many beach-bars and grill-restaurants in place. Nice sandy beach with Capocaccia cliff’s view. Cristal water, shallow sea. Picnic area. Ideal for families with children because of the calm and shallow water
Argentiera – Sassari
It’s 34 km north from Alghero. An old mine from which silver was mined still dominates the area, disused since 1963 is gives a unique charm to this place. The breathtaking beach is recommended for snorkeling and the beautiful sunset over the cliff. Something different: book an unique stay at the old miners village: Relais Bellavista
Sardinia North Coast beaches from Stintino to Santa Teresa di Gallura
Island on north coast in the Porto Torres area. You can see it from Stintino beach. In the island – famous for the now abandoned prison – were detained numerous mafia bosses until 1998. It is now the seat of the regional park where you can admire various species of flora and fauna including the white donkey. Overland tours by jeep, bike or motorcycle or by sea with boats, catamarans, sailboats
8km of fine sandy beaches sourranded by Mediterranean vegetation and one of the most beautiful in the world!
Around this area you can find some of the best beaches of the Gallura region and all Sardinia: in the towns of Trinità d’ Augultu and Aglientu: Cala Li Cossi, one of the most beautiful in Sardinia, surrounded by a valley of granite in a Mediterranean breathtaking landscape. Must see!
Santa Reparata – Santa Teresa di Gallura
Staying in the Gallura region at 3km West of Santa Teresa. From here you can reach Capo Testa, connected by a small and thin part of land that connects the promontory facing the “Bocche di Bonifacio” towards Corse...rough winds!
Sardinia North-East Coast – Best beaches in Olbia and Costa Smeralda
L’ Isuledda – Cannigione Arzachena
Few km from Palau, inside the village, a tongue of sand divided by an upon-sea promontory
Sardinia Beaches in the East Coast – Ogliastra – Orosei
It’s time to visit Orosei and its beautiful bays. Book your hotel or aparment now
Cala Luna Baunei – Ogliastra
Located on the East coast in the Dorgali and Orosei area.
Boat trip take you there, caves are very interesteting to see also good to hide from the sun!
Goloritzè Baunei Ogliastra (Arbatax)
Located on north Arbatax and south of Golfo di Orosei. Named on the ’95s “Italian National Treasure”.
Composed by small white stones , caraibbean waters in a wild and uncontaminated beach…really unique! Few mins from Cala Luna other jem of Ogliastra
Cala Mariolu – Arbatax
Bay reachable by boat with the motor boat available or by land from Baunei (for trekking lovers). Emerald waters takes its name from the fact that the monk seals, found long ago, they stole the fish that the fishermen left in the cave nearby, and not knowing who he was, blamed the thief said precisely “su mariuolu”
Sardinia South West Coast – Best beaches in Cagliari and surroundings
In ’95 according to the Lonely Planet guide the beaches of this coast were at the 5 th place of the most beautiful beaches in the world! In the area of Muravera, north of Villasimius
Numerous beaches and bays, all with very transparent waters in the south-east area. East of Cagliari.
Some of them: Cala Cipolla, Spiaggia di Su Giudeu, Spiaggetta del morto …ones of the most famous!
Sardinia south-west coast
Small south-west town of Sardinia. Lots of small bays and beaches: Pixinnì, Porto Pino, Perdalonga, the beautiful dunes of ” Is Arenas Bianca
Sardinia West Coast – Best Beaches in the Costa Verde
Costa Verde is famous for the old coal mine Ingurtosu, the beautiful beaches of Piscinas, Torre dei Corsari, Scivu
West cost in the Costa Verde area on the Carbonia-Iglesias province
Also in the Costa Verde (Green Coast) of the province of Carbonia-Iglesias, the wonderful Desert of Piscinas dunes, up to 60m high that penetrate inland for several miles until reach the beach and dive into a wonderful sea To see the ship plunged a few steps from the shore and the old ghost town of Miniere Ingurtosu … as usual in Sardinia is wild and spectacular
Penisola del Sinis
To the north of the Gulf of Oristano in the area of the Cabras pond.
In front of the Sinai Peninsula
there is the Mal di Ventre island and the Catalan’s rock where you can find creeks with clear blue water. The area is to be discovered: the golden sandy beaches of San Giovanni Sinis and La Caletta, also the place called the “Dead Sea” for its calm waters.
View full map (WITH PHOTOS) of all the main beaches of Sardinia.
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