About Bari Sardo
Bari Sardo beach (spiaggia di Bari Sardo) lies right in front of the Sardinian village with the same name, and just under 3 kilometers south of Cea beach. Bardi Sardo’s main attraction is definitely its beautiful and varied coastline that continuously stretches on for nearly 10 kilometers. Beaches in this area are characterized by clarity and cleanliness of the water. Behind these beaches you’ll find the well-known and typical traits of Mediterranean coastal areas: red juniper, the Phoenician juniper, and the ubiquitous pine forests. The major part of the Bari Sardo beach coastline offers showers, toilets, wheelchair access and parking areas. You can also rent umbrellas and shoes. Multiple bars, dining areas, diving schools and diving locations are scattered throughout the area.
The area of Torre di Bari is most popular with tourists. This famous Spanish tower stands on a small granite outcrop extending out over the sea. The north side of the tower is called “Mari de is ominis” (Sea of Men) and the southern part is called “Mari de is femunas” (Sea of females), a reminder of the times when the two beaches were visited by men and women separately.
How To Get To Bari Sardo
Bari Sardo is located just a few minutes' drive (approximately 4.5 kilometers) from the town center.
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Beaches Near Bari Sardo
Spiaggia di Cea
Cea beach is located on the south of Capo Bellavista near Tortoli. It ‘s known for its characteristic red rocks. A good snorkelling and diving spot.
Learn more about Spiaggia di Cea, how to get there, and where to stay.