The best beaches in western Sardinia

The best beaches in Sardinia – in search of a paradise

The purest turquoise water, pouring over snow-white sand, steep cliffs guarding pink coves, frolicking seagulls and a pleasant sea breeze … So in a few words you can describe the beaches of Sardinia – one of the largest islands of the Mediterranean Sea. Amazing beauty of local seascapes, along with crystal clear water and a favorable climate, distinguish the resorts of Sardinia from many others. The bright and lush colors of this island paradise can take your breath away, and reality seems unreal.

La Pelosa

One of the best beaches in Sardinia is considered La Pelosa with soft white sand and crystal clear water of turquoise hues. The beach is located at the foot of Capo Falcona, near the town of Stintino (Sassari province). From the shore you have a stunning view of the island of Piana. North of the beach is the ancient Pelosa Tower, which is a beautiful addition to the magnificent seascapes. This place really deserves the title of “Paradise,” but it is worth bearing in mind that many are eager to enjoy its stunning beauty. We do not recommend this place for holidays in July and August, as the beach during this period is too crowded.

Pink Beach Sardinia – Spiaggia Rosa

The Rosa Beach is located on the island of Budelli, part of the archipelago of La Maddalena, and is considered a true masterpiece created by nature itself! The beach takes its name from the unusual color of the sand that covers the coast. Rosa is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and today it is protected. Since 1998, in order to preserve the phenomenal sand, as well as to avoid illegal removal of sand on the beach pink Sardinia prohibits landing, bathing and anchoring of boats.

Holiday in Sardinia, pink beach

Spiaggia del Principe – Sardinia’s best beach for relaxation

Spiaggia del Principe, known to locals as Portu Li Coggi, is a perfect paradise! Located in the northern part of the famous resort of Sardinia “Costa Smeralda” in the province of Sassari, it is considered one of the best beaches in Sardinia for holidays. The thin coastline with white fine sand and the sea, shimmering in all shades of turquoise, is surrounded by lush wild vegetation. The small beach is bounded on both sides by rocks.

Berchida

Berchida is a beautiful, wide beach (one of the best), which stretches for a few kilometers along the east coast of Sardinia near the village Siniscola (Nuoro province). The coastline with fine and soft sand, flooded by crystal clear and transparent sea and fenced on the side of the island with juniper groves. To the south of the beach is the Oasis of Bidderosa, an area of more than one thousand hectares, with meadows and ponds inhabited by pink flamingos, herons and wild cows.

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Sardinia beaches with white sand

Beaches of Oliastra

If you suddenly feel like going to paradise, this is the place to go! The beauty of the local beaches is incomparable! The northern part of the coastline of the province of Ogliastra, in eastern Sardinia, is a rocky cliff. Along it there are beautiful grottoes and bays with small and comfortable beaches, most of which are practically deserted. Difficult access to these places allowed to maintain their amazing pristine beauty. Almost all the beaches – pebble, but the pebbles themselves are small. The sea has an amazing color! The beaches of North Olhastra:

  • Cala Esuili
  • Spiaggia di Cala Sisine
  • Cala Birìala
  • Piscine di Venere
  • Cala Mariolu
  • Cala dei Gabbiani
  • Cala Goloritzè

All the above beaches can be reached by ferry from Gala Gonone, Santa Maria Navarrese.

Beaches Ogliastra in Sardinia

Cala Luna

One of the best beaches in Sardinia, Cala Luna is located in the Gulf of Orosea, on the border of the provinces of Oliastra and Nuoro. The coastline is covered with coarse sand with an admixture of small pebbles. The beach has a crescent shape and is therefore given this unusual name. In the northern part of the beach there are a number of grottoes, which are a real refuge in a particularly hot period. The clear sea is an intense blue shimmering in all kinds of shades.

Gulf of Cala Luna in Sardinia

Porto Giunco

The dazzling beauty of the snow-white beach, the crystal clear sea of pale blue, along with the smell of eucalyptus, makes this place look like an island paradise. Porto Junco is not only an ideal place for relaxation, but also for surfers and diving enthusiasts. The beach is wide and spacious enough that even in high season every vacationer can get real pleasure from the rest. This is why we boldly add it to our list of the best beaches in Sardinia.

The beach of Porto Giunco is found in the South of the island, near Villasimius and it is considered one of the best beaches in Sardinia.

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Su Giudeu

Another great place for an ideal holiday in Sardinia is the beach Su Giudeu, located in the province of Cagliari (Domus de Maria). The coastal area is covered with fine golden sand and the sea shimmers in shades of emerald.

Holiday on the beach in Sardinia

Tuerredda

One of the most beautiful and famous beaches in Sardinia, Tuerredda is between the capes of Capo Malfatano and Capo Spartavento, on the southern coast of the island. The rich emerald color of the sea, the lush vegetation enclosing a thin golden strip of soft sand, will make you fall in love with this wonderful place at first sight! The main decoration of the seascape is the small island, located a few hundred meters from the shore.

Tuerredda one of the most famous beaches in Sardinia

Porto Pino

The beach of Porto Pino, belonging to the municipality of Sant’Anna Arresi, located in the southeastern part of Sardinia, is famous for its whitest sand and emerald water. The beach is divided in two parts by an artificial cliff and is surrounded by beautiful landscapes with dunes and pine forests. Porto Pino is great for relaxing on the beach, but also for sea fishing, diving and sailing.

Porto Pino Sardinia vacation white sand beach

Cala Domestica

Cala Domestica is a beautiful bay with a wide beach covered with white, amber and golden sand, fine and crumbly. The rich color of the sea and the clearest water – what more do you need for a great vacation! The beach is surrounded by tall cliffs, which creates a feeling of privacy, comfort and predisposes to quality recreation. This place is perfect for a holiday with children or for those who love scuba diving.

The Gulf of Cala Domestica Sardinia

Is Arutas

Of Arutas is another unique place for a good holiday in Sardinia that we want to tell you about. The clearest turquoise sea washes the coastal strip, studded with white grains of quartz, similar to large rice. A popular place among snorkelers and surfers. Near Arutas there is another beautiful beach, worth seeing – Mari Ermi, with fine pebbles of white and pink. Opposite the beach, in the sea distance, you can see the outlines of the island of Mal di Ventre, where sea turtles nest.

Of Arutas Sardinia beach with fine pebbles

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The best beaches in western Sardinia

Island of Boudelli

Picturesque Budelli is one of the islands of the Maddalena archipelago in northern Sardinia, part of the national park of the same name with the archipelago. The island is tiny – its area barely reaches 1.6 square kilometers, and the length of the coastline does not exceed 12 km.

Alghero Beach

The beach of Alghero is without exaggeration one of the best and largest resorts in Italy, and is a piece of paradise in the north-west of the beautiful island of Sardinia. For an amazing beach holiday here provides everything: from nature to what man has created.

Cala Dragunara beach

Situated at a relative distance from civilization, the beach of Cala Dragunara (“Dragunara Bay”) gives fans of bathing everything you need for a comfortable and quality holiday. And the magnificent views, and developed infrastructure, and its pleasant features and “zest”.

Cala Mariolu beach

The beach in the Gulf of Orozea under the romantic and mysterious name of Cala Mariolu was repeatedly awarded the prestigious status of one of the most beautiful coasts of Italy. And this title, it must be said, is well deserved. Located in the frame of brutal cliffs, covered with smooth white marble pebbles.

Capriccioli Beach

“Goats” is how the unpretentious but cute name of Capriccioli Beach translates from Gallurian (a dialect of the Italian language). This wonderful piece of coastline in every way is located in the municipality of Arzacena.

La Pelosa Beach.

European Caribbean, paradise, bounty – what epithets have not awarded La Pelosa beach, but it is not enough! It still drives tourists crazy with the amazing sand and color of the water, making travelers return to Sardinia again and again.

Pevero Beach

Pevero Beach, which actually consists of two beaches, Piccolo Pevero and Grande Pevero, is not just a very beautiful stretch of the famous “Emerald Coast” of the Costa Smeralda, but also the ideal place to relax for brave little swimmers.

Portisco Beach

Portisco is another gorgeous coastline in the chain of amazing beaches of the beautiful Costa Smeralda. Situated on the west of the Golfo di Cugnana, Portisco is surrounded by a rocky spit on one side and a small but very modern port on the other.

Poetto beach

Where in Sardinia came from the beach with such a poetic name, even the locals do not know a hundred percent. The name comes from the Catalan word pohuet, or the Torre del Poeta, which rises on the nearby Devil’s Saddle rock.

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Spiaggia del Riso

Sardinia boasts a variety of beaches – and sandy, and pebble, and colorful. But perhaps the most interesting is the “rice” coast. And this is not the fantasy of fans of the land – the island has beaches, where instead of the usual sand lies small quartz pebbles.

Spiaggia Coccorocci

Sardinia’s largest pebble beach, Spiaggia Coccorocci, boasts two amusing epithets. Firstly, it is a musical beach. Well, secondly, colored, to be more exact, with speckles. Spread out near the towns of Gairo and Cardedo, this beach attracts young couples.

The beaches of Sardinia are like a whimsical necklace of bright beads around the neck of an Italian beauty, where each element is unique and each bead is a precious pearl, unlike any other. But better than any loud and pompous words about the beauty of these places will say simple facts. For example, few people know that the coast of Sardinia stretches for 1850 km, which is (just think about it!) A fourth of all beaches in Italy. And, as the Italians themselves admit – the best part.

A total of the island about 360 beaches, and not even every native Sardinian can list them all – it is sandy and pebbly, and rocky, and grassy sections of the coast. Many of which are landscaped, but there are also romantically wild. Another feature of Sardinia – all the beaches are different colors: gold, white, pink, is extended and tiny, rice, Caribbean and many others.

The most popular, of course, white-sand beaches of the famous Costa Smeralda. “The coast of the rich and famous” boasts several luxurious beaches at once, such as Spiaggia dell Principe – a long crescent of shimmering white sand, which is shaded by flecks of scarlet poppies around the edges and the azure color of the water. Or Liscia Ruja, nestled between juniper and olive hills. And Capriccioli, where families with children tend to go, because its sand is silky and soft.

By the way, white beaches are found not only on the north-east coast of Sardinia, but also in the south and west of the island. In particular, it is worth a look at the beach of La Pelosa, in Stintino, which is often called the “Caribbean of Europe.

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Want something out of the ordinary? Sardinia’s largest pebble beach, the Spiaggia Coccorocci, near Gairo. This stretch of coastline is not just white or golden – it’s speckled! The local dunes are made up of grinded dark-colored porphyry rubble, which is diluted with veins of pink, gray, and green tones. Cool colored beaches include Sarkitta, which features a dark ochre color with a golden cast, and the pink stretch of shore on Budelli Island (La Maddalena Archipelago), whose coral coastline is called Spiaggia Rosa. Fans of Barbie will also love Cala Mariola (near the Gulf of Orosea), whose coast is studded with pink marbles, and in Baia Sardinia, which is only 5 km from Porto Cervo.

Mentioned at the beginning of the rice coast is not the fantasy of fans of the land: on the west coast of Sardinia there are beaches Marie Ermi and Iz Arutas, where instead of the usual sand are small quartz stones, polished over thousands of years of sea. They look like either grains of rice or precious beads. And even if it is not very easy to walk on them, but how useful and pleasant to lie – gentle massage quartz similar to the sensations of expensive spa treatments.

One of the most popular beaches in the “rice” category is the miniature Spiaggia del Riso near Villasimius.

Under a separate category can be allocated “award-winning” beaches of Sardinia (incidentally, this island boasts the largest number of kilometers of coastline, marked by the Blue Flag). For example, Costa Rae, which is 50 km north-west of Cagliari, has earned an honorary piece of cloth the color of the sky for its granite cliffs, emerald hills, clear sea, underwater reefs and 8 km of cleanest sand. The center of this coast, Piscina Rei, is famous for its sea lilies and a protected plantation of red juniper.

Not to mention the so-called “elite beaches” of Sardinia, which for the most part are in the south of the island. First of all, these include Chia and Pula, ancient Roman towns that have become fashionable resorts today.

Finally, this paradise place and diving beaches, in particular the bay of Cala Cipolla and its 7 amazing coral reefs, which go down to a depth of 25 meters.

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