Heading north? We’ll give you a few teasers to get you started.
Splendid beach holiday in northern Sardinia, guaranteed!
Costa Smeralda – The Essential Beaches
Must-see Sardinian beaches on the renowned Emerald Coast.
Just begging to be scratched off anyone’s bucket list.
Beyond The Emerald Coast
There are more Sardinian beaches to explore in the North-East.
Hiking through the long canyons, narrow gorges, and valleys of the jagged Supramonte mountain range. Boat trips from Cala Gonone and Santa Maria Navarrese. Mother Nature sure has her way: some of the most precious beaches of Sardinia are just a bit harder to reach. But the rewards are worth the effort, and the memories are priceless.
Cala Mariolu. Cala Goloritze. Welcome to East Sardinia.
Near Costa Rei, just an hour’s drive away from Cagliari: Cala Sinzias and the beach of Scoglio di Peppino. Not to mention Cala Pira and Spiaggia delle Ginestre.
Caribbean-coloured waters, gorgeous Sardinian beaches stretching for miles and miles. Sugar-fine sands and grandstand views over the Mediterranean Sea. Majestic dunes, masterpieces of nature, forever whipped by the warm winds of the southern Sardinian summer. Lagoons with flamingos, searching for a summer home. Dolphins graciously swimming in the exquisite celestial-blue waters.
Spending your summer vacation on the beaches of southern Sardinia isn’t about season, nor climate.
It’s about dimension.
In the north-west, three Sardinian beaches to remember near Alghero: Le Bombarde, Maria Pia and La Speranza. In Stintino, lest we forget, La Spiaggia della Pelosa.
Sardinianbeaches.com is your free guide to the best beaches of Sardinia.
The perfect gateway to your Sardinian holiday!
This website offers a comprehensive and easy to browse list of the most beautiful beaches of Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea.
The island of Sardinia proudly offers over 200 beaches and coves ranging from shores with silky white sand, to picture-perfect pebbly beaches with stray rocks spread along the coastline. When it comes to natural beauty, Sardinian beaches effortlessly compete with those on the coasts of Ibiza, the French Riviera, and even with top beaches such as the world-class Eagle Beach in Aruba in the Dutch Caribbean.
With so many beaches to visit, Sardinia is a destination you’ll happily come back to.