About Quarta Spiaggia
The family-friendly Quarta Spiaggia is – as its name implies – the fourth beach of Golfo Aranci. It is one of the main public beaches of the area. It’s easy to find by turning right as you enter Golfo Aranci village. It’s a small beach with a length of only 70 meters. As is faces south-west, from Quarta Spiaggia you can admire Capo Figari, the uninhabited island of Figarolo and the island of Tavolara. On the right side of the beach, a small granite cliff separates Quarta Spiaggia from Quinta Spiaggia – the fifth beach of Golfo Aranci.
How To Get To Quarta Spiaggia
To reach Quarta Spiaggia coming from Olbia by car, take the SS 125 towards Costa Smeralda, then take the SP 82 to Golfo Aranci. You’ll pass Pittulongu, and Terrata. Continue to Punta Pedrosa, and pass Spiaggia Bianca. At the next roundabout, make a right turn – and immediately keep left – and head for the Golfo Aranci village. It should be no longer than a 30-minute drive.
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