Top 10 beaches to enjoy in Sardinia

Indeed, even in a nation where beautiful beaches are two a penny, the Italians concede that those in Sardinia are especially bellissima. The island routinely best surveys of the world’s best beaches, with spiagge going from the rough, bluff supported bays of the east to the hill flanked strands of the west.

Sardinia’s snow-white beaches and bluer-than-blue oceans are frequently compared to the Caribbean – yet why, without a doubt, would you need to envision yourself anyplace else?

Best for idealists: Is Aruttas

Skewering into the Golfo di Oristano, the beaches on the Sinis Peninsula rank among the island’s loveliest, however in a perfect world you require your own auto to contact them. Most attractive of all Is Aruttas, a curve iced with white sand and minor rocks that make the water show up a startling shade of sea green/blue. For a considerable length of time its quartz sand was hauled away for aquariums and beaches on the Costa Smeralda, yet no more.

Exhausted of slumping on the beach? The adjacent occasion resort of Putzu Idu pulls in surfers, windsurfers and kitesurfers. Then again take a watercraft outing to uncovered, rough Isola di Mal di Ventre (Stomach Ache Island), which owes its name to the ocean disorder that mariners regularly endured whilst exploring its breezy waters.


Best for families: Chia

What the resort of Chia needs in the appeal stakes, it compensates for with tempting encompasses. To see what all the whine is about, head up to the Spanish watchtower and look down on its lovely match of beaches – Spiaggia Sa Colonia toward the west, horseshoe-formed Spiaggia Su Portu toward the east. Both have pale sands and shallow waters. Flamingos wade in the tidal pond behind the beach.

Extravagant a street trip? The all encompassing SP71 street plunges and ascends for 25km along the Costa del Sud, one of southern Sardinia’s most lovely beach front extends.

Best for isolation: Spiaggia di Piscinas

It merits going the additional mile to the Costa Verde (Green Coast) for a look at the Sardinian coast at its most out of control. Hands down one of the loveliest beaches is Spiaggia di Piscinas, a strip of brilliant sand running between a windswept ocean and an incomprehensible span of ridges spotted by strong green macchia clean. The towering rises ascend to 60m. Discover the beach down a 9km soil track off the SS126 (Ingurtosu exit).

Need more? Slide over to neighboring Spiaggia di Scivu. Supported by immense rises, the 3km lick of fine sand is magnificently disconnected.


Best to swim: Spiaggia Rena Bianca

Santa Clause Teresa di Gallura’s principle beach is a wonder, with a swathe of pale sand and a portion of the clearest, shallowest water on the island, settling on it a breaking decision for an appropriate swim – notwithstanding for families with little youngsters. From the beach you can look out over the Strait of Bonifacio’s range of soul over to Corsica and up to the sixteenth century Torre di Longonsardo.

From the beach’s eastern tip a trail strings along the coast, past stone stones and shake developments that fire the creative energy with their mind boggling shapes. More marvelous still is Capo Testa, 4km west of Santa Teresa, with its goliath, wind-licked stone rocks and trails threading through the clean to rough bays and the cobalt Med.


Best for white sands: Spiaggia della Pelosa

A bewitching breadth of beach, 2.5km north of Stintino, Spiaggia della Pelosa evokes pants of marvel with its fine floury sand and shallow ocean that blurs from sea green/blue to topaz. It’s managed by a Catalan-Aragonese watchtower over the water on the rocky Isola Piana. The beach is pressed in July and August, so maintain a strategic distance from these months for a more quiet ordeal.

While you’re here, take the watercraft over to the Isola dell’Asinara, a national park named after its inhabitant pale skinned person jackasses. The island is best investigated by walking or by bicycle. Then again join the windsurfers getting the breeze off Stintino.

Best superstar hideaway: Spiaggia del Principe

Where to escape from the paparazzi lens on Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda is the million dollar question for the celebs who rush here on their super yachts. Various wonderful bays jewelry the spectacular swoop of coastline where Gallura’s wind-whipped rock mountains tumble down to fjordlike channels in the emerald ocean. One of the finest is the Spiaggia del Principe, a shocking bow of pale sand cuddled among low bluffs named after Prince Karim Aga Khan, who has given it his seal of endorsement.

Remember that the Costa Smeralda is immersed with Italian holidaymakers in July and August, so disregard these months for less expensive room rates and calmer beaches.


Best for explorers and climbers: Cala Goloritzè

One of the loveliest inlets you’re ever prone to set eyes on, Cala Goloritzè settles in the southern criminal of the Golfo di Orosei. We can wax melodious about how the ocean gleams like blue curaçao and unusual limestone arrangements fling up from precipices hung in macchia and holm oaks, however seeing truly is accepting. The Aguglia, a 148m high needle of rock that towers over the beach, is a magnet for climbers.

The beach is around a hour’s walk dropping on the old donkey trail from the Altopiano del Golgo, an abnormal, other-common level where goats, pigs and jackasses brush. A signposted street from Baunei climbs 2km of unthinkably soak bends to the level.


Best for pontoon visiting: Golfo di Orosei

Where the Gennargentu mountains impact staggeringly with the ocean, the colossal clearing bow of the Golfo di Orosei is nobody hit-wonder with regards to beaches. Base yourself, say, in Cala Gonone to strike out along the coast by walking or by vessel.

On the off chance that you don’t do anything else, journey along the ‘Blue Crescent’, which is honeycombed with grottoes and concealed bays, where limestone precipices sheer above completely clear ocean. Rock climbers bug up the bluffs of uncontrollably delightful Cala Luna, sponsored by a gorge and beat by impeccable turquoise waters. Cala Sisine, Cala Biriola, Cala Mariolu – every inlet here is more personality blowingly excellent than the following.


Best for extraordinary vibes: Cala Brandinchi

Verifiably the loveliest of San Teodoro’s beaches, Cala Brandinchi is frequently named ‘Little Tahiti’ and it truly lives up to the buildup. The cove is a meager curve of delicate sand lapped by crystalline turquoise waters and encompassed by pine woods. The protuberance of Isola Tavolara ascends upcoming.

Visiting the coast uncovers a dispersing of other beach marvels, for example, Spiaggia La Cinta, with sugar-fine sand and topaz ocean. The beach draws in kitesurfers and birdwatchers who head to Stagno San Teodoro to spot pink flamingos, herons, little egrets and kingfishers.


Best for island-containers: La Maddalena

Part of a group of pink rock islands and islets shaping the Parco Nazionale dell’Arcipelago di La Maddalena, La Maddalena dangles off the northeastern tip of Sardinia in the wind-buffed Strait of Bonifacio amongst Sardinia and Corsica. It’s an astounding base for drifting around the island’s awesome bays, gem shaded waters and stone licked into odd regular models. Elena Tour is a decent decision for watercraft visits.

On the other hand jump crosswise over to its wild, peaceful sister, Isola Caprera, with pine trees shrouding rock precipices and a few enticing inlets. Giuseppe Garibaldi, progressive and all-round Italian saint, cherished Caprera and made it his home and shelter at the Compendio Garibaldino.


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