La Conia

a picture of laconia beach
La Conia, Cannigione, Arzachena, Olbia-Tempio, Sardinia.

About La Conia

La Conia beach (Spiaggia di La Conia) is located in the Golfo d’Arzachena, just under 2 kilometers north of the popular Cannigione holiday resort along the north-east coast of Sardinia. Golfo d’Arzachena is located just a few kilometers from the beautiful Cost Smeralda, and not far from archipelago of La Maddalena. This beach faces east, and is 240 meters long. Laconia beach has a pier and offers spectacular views of the Gulf of Arzachena. There is a bar and restaurant/pizzeria on the beach, and it’s possible to rent equipment such as umbrellas, deck chairs and sun loungers.

Where To Stay near La Conia

A short distance from the beach you will find Blu Hotel Laconia Village, a family and children-friendly hotel. The hotel’s private beach, equipped with umbrellas and sunbeds, is located opposite the hotel.

Directions to La Conia

To reach La Conia beach by car coming from Olbia, take the highway to Arzachena/Costa Smeralda, and follow directions to Cannigione, La Conia. The beach is about 33 kilometers away from Olbia.

Sardinian Beaches Near La Conia

La Mannena

  • Length: 300 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling.
a picture of la mannena near cannigione arzachena sardinia

You'll find Spiaggia di La Mannena north of Barca Bruciata. It is located 4.5 kilometers north of the small village of Cannigione, Arzachena. Bellissima spiaggia e bellissimo mare!


  • Length: 350 meters.
  • Things to do: windsurfing.
a picture of tanca manna beach in sardinia

The beach at Tanca Manna (Spiaggia dell'Uticeddu) is located just 3 kilometers from Cannigione. This beach is quite wide, and very suitable for beach games. To the north, there are a few smaller beaches to be discovered.

Barca Bruciata

  • Length: 800 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling.
a picture of barca bruciata beach in sardinia

Barca Bruciata Beach is located 6 kilometers south-east of Palau, in the Gulf of Arzachena. It faces north-east, offering a spectacular view of the islands.