About La Mannena
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. The beach has a length of a few hundred meters and faces south-east, featuring views of Baja Sardinia. Waters are quite shallow here at the beginning, and this beach never gets too crowded. It’s usually quieter here than at Tanca Manna. Spiaggia di La Mannena is a nice beach for those seeking relaxation, its waters are wonderful and crystal clear. There are a few scattered rocks in the water, making this a nice spot for some snorkelling. Sun beds and umbrellas can be rented at reasonable prices. Access to La Mannena is easy: there’s a car parking area 200 meters west of the beach. There are 2 paths that lead to the beach from the parking area.
Bellissima spiaggia e bellissimo mare!
Hotels Near Spiaggia di La Mannena
500 meters south-west of Spiaggia La Mannena, you’ll find Hotel Stelle Marine in Localita’ Mannena. It’s a modern, four-star hotel surrounded by green parks and the hotel has its private beach. Most rooms offer terraces with views of the sea or of the beautiful gardens.
Directions to La Mannena
To reach La Mannena from Cannigione, just head in a northern direction on the SP13. After only a few kilometers you’ll pass Hotel Stelle Marine on the left and Spiaggia Barca Bruciata on your right side. The parking will be on your right.
Sardinian Beaches Near La Mannena
- Length: 240 meters.
- Things to do: snorkelling.
South of Tanca Manna beach, La Conia beach is located in the Golfo d'Arzachena, just under 2 kilometers north of the popular Cannigione holiday resort.
- Length: 350 meters.
- Things to do: windsurfing.
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.
- Length: 800 meters.
- Things to do: snorkelling, .
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.