About Spiaggia del Romazzino
Romazzino beach (Spiaggia del Romazzino) is located right in front of the famously luxurious Romazzino Hotel, one of Costa Smeralda’s best beach hotels. The hotel has its own garden with wild flowers, a private beach, and rooms with private terraces overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The beach lies just north of the village of Romazzino, and 6 kilometers south-east of Pevero beach. Romazzino Beach is usually sheltered from the Mistral winds, and its shallow waters make it a suitable place for families with small children.
In the middle of the beach you’ll find a pier, a nice spot to make panoramic pictures of the area. There is a car parking nearby, it is about 400 meters away from the beach. A full day should cost you no more than 7 or 8 Euros. Make sure you go early in August though, since this beach too can get crowded during peak season. Perhaps Romazzino is not the most beautiful beach of the Costa Smeralda compared to Principe, Liscia Ruja, Pevero and Capriccioli, but it’s definitely worth visiting!
Where to Stay near Romazzino Beach
Hotel Cala di Volpe
Located in a romantic spot in the heart of the Costa Smeralda, Hotel Cala Di Volpe offers a very peaceful vibe in the midst of the charming fishing village with Sardinian houses and villas. The five-star hotel surrounds itself with the unforgettable vibes of Mediterranean white sand beaches and tantalizing vistas of the mountains of Golfo Aranci and Isola Tavolara. Hotel Cala Di Volpe offers 124 guest rooms that include six suites, and a private pool right on the roof top. The hotel offers an amazing experience of luxury and comfort with the classic double, premium double, superior double, and deluxe suites. The hotel features an intimate sanctuary that is filled with excitement with the amenities they provide right at your fingertips. It even offers an Olympic-sized saltwater pool which leads to guestrooms and suites. There is complimentary WiFi, a private beach, three tennis courts, and two fitness centers available for hotel guests. Hotel Cala di Volpe also provides a wellness center to ensure the maximum comfort for every visitor. The Restaurant Cala di Volpe offers a Dine-Around Program which allows guests to experience the vast choices of meals a day around the fantastic accommodations.
This perfect haven exudes beauty and isolation with its proximity to Capriccioli Beach, which is about fifty meters away. Hotel Capriccioli sits to the eastern coastline of beautiful Sardinia and is about 1.4 kilometers from Spiaggia del Principe. Guests can also visit Liscia Ruja Beach at 1.6 kilometers and the Giants Tombs Coddu Vecchiu at 13.3 kilometers. The 20.4-kilometer proximity to Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport makes the place even more charming for guests who want to enjoy the breeze of Sardinia at the most comfortable and affordable site. Hotel Capriccioli provides excellent choices for a double or twin room with side sea views, a small single room, or a small double room. A double room and triple room with balcony are perfect for guests’ varying requirements. The hotel also provides both free and paid internet services. The private parking area ensures the safety of vehicles and does not require reservations. There is also an outdoor pool and swimming pool for additional enjoyment for guests during their stay. A wide range of activities that guests may pick includes canoeing, bike rental, golf, and tennis.
How To Get To Romazzino Beach
To reach Romazzino from Olbia, take the SS 125 towards Arzachena. Next, take the SP 73 to Portisco. Once you have arrived at Portisco, take the SP 94 to Cala di Volpe. Turn right onto the SP 160, in the direction of Capriccioli. Once you see the sign for Romazzino, make a left turn. Lastly, take the fourth exit to the right to enter the car parking area of Romazzino beach.
Sardinian Beaches Near Romazzino Beach
Spiaggia del Pirata
Spiaggia del Pirata is a small beach that’s located 50 meters south of Hotel Capriccioli. It has a length of just 100 meters and faces west, offering views of la Celvia beach to the north and the mountainous surroundings behind Spiaggia Li Itriceddi to the west. It is a nice beach for some relaxed snorkelling, as its waters are shallow and you’ll find some scattered rocks in the water to swim around. On the north side of the beach you’ll find a dock. Parking is available right behind the beach.
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Spiaggia dell Elefante has a length of only 100 meters, and is intersected by several rocky patches and pieces of residential gardens that reach all the way to the sea. Only a few parts of this beach are actually sandy, but these parts are all very secluded. You can discover all the sandy parts by carefully strolling through the rocky and shallow waters. This beach mostly faces west, and offers magnificent views of the coastal area near Spiaggia Li Itriceddi, 700 meters across the Cala di Volpe Bay. It is the perfect beach to experience pure nature, relaxation and stunning views!
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Spiaggia Li Itriceddi
South-west of Cala di Volpe you’ll discover Spiaggia Li Itriceddi. It faces south-east, featuring views of Isola Soffi, and yachts passing by in summer.
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Cala Romazzino is a small cove that is located just north of Hotel Romazzino. It is one of the little Sardinian treasures that requires some effort to find.
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Within a comfortable walking distance from the beach of Capriccioli you will find La Celvia beach, in the heart of the beatiful Sardinian Costa Smeralda.
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Capriccioli Beach belongs on the list of the most beautiful beaches of the Costa Smeralda. This rather small beach is divided by enormous granite rocks. This beach offers beautiful views of the island of Mortorio, which can only be reached by small boats. Also, Capriccioli offers panoramic views of the islands of Soffi and Le Camere, both situated roughly 2 kilometers off the coast. The waters are shallow, and often very calm and smooth with a gentle tide, allowing children to play freely.
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Principe beach (Spiaggia del Principe) is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Costa Smeralda, and shouldn’t be missed by those visiting Sardinia.
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Liscia Ruja is located between Portisco and Cala di Volpe, and is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches of the Costa Smeralda
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