About Spiaggia delle Bombarde
Le Bombarde beach (Spiaggia delle Bombarde) is another popular beach of the Alghero area and Coral Riviera (’Riviera di Corallo’ in Italian). Located less than a kilometer east of Lazzaretto beach, Le Bombarde beach boasts golden sands, volcanic rocks, clear and refreshing blue waters, a dense forest with maritime pines, eucalyptus, and other typically Mediterranean varieties.
A Private Beach
The west side of Le Bombarde beach is privately operated by Hotel Dei Pini. It’s about 130 meters long and can easily be accessed by crossing the hotel’s front yard. The beach is supervised by lifeguards, and sun loungers and parasols are free to use for guests of the hotel. Watersports equipment can be rented for some windsurfing or sailing.
And a Public Beach
The biggest part of Spiaggia delle Bombarde is publicly accessible. Le Bombarde beach has two parking areas (suitable for campers), and can also be reached by a shuttle bus service. There are several restaurants and bars in the area to quench your thirst during the hottest hours. Sunbeds and umbrellas are available for rent. This beach also tends to get crowded in high season. Le Bombarde is ideal for families with children, who will certainly enjoy playing at the water’s edge.
Where to Stay Near Le Bombarde Beach
On the west side of Spiaggia delle Bombarde, just a few steps from the beach, there’s the aforementioned four-star Hotel Dei Pini. Surrounded by a beautiful 2 kilometer long pine wood forest, this family-friendly beachfront property offers its own private beach. Its rooms feature balconies with either views of the pine forest or the sea. Even the swimming pool offers marvelous views of the Alghero Bay! Dei Pini’s restaurant serves typical Algherese, Sardinian and Italian cuisine – all prepared with local, seasonal products. The restaurant also boasts a broad selection of fine local wines. Meals can be enjoyed on the hotel’s panoramic terrace. Watersports activities at the hotel include windsurfing, sailing, even rubber dinghies are available for rent (no licence needed).
How To Get To Spiaggia delle Bombarde
From Sassari, take the SS 291 towards Alghero. After 20 kilometers, at the roundabout, take the third exit onto the SP 42 to Alghero and Fertilia. Just before Alghero, at the roundabout, take the exit to the SS 127 bis to Fertilia. Once passed Fertilia, continue towards Porto Conte, then look for signs for the beach.
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Beaches Near Spiaggia delle Bombarde
Spiaggia di Porto Ferro
Spiaggia di Porto Ferro is one of the best beaches in north-west Sardinia.The beach is also known for the nearby hamlet of Villa Assunta and Lago Baratz, the only natural lake of Sardinia. Separated by towering dunes and silent pine forests, they form yet another side to an already fascinating ecosystem which are further reasons as to why this bay is such sought after destinations in Sassari. Spiaggia di Porto Ferro faces west and features two kilometers of golden sand and some ancient towers which certainly add to the charm of the area. Highly recommended!
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From Alghero, drive north-west for about 4 kilometers and you’ll find Fertilia beach, located in between Maria Pia beach and the small village named Fertilia. Backed by a pond, Fertilia beach has a length of 1 kilometer and faces south, offering nice views over the shallow light-blue waters and Fertilia’s small shipyard. This beach consists of clear sand and some rocks that arise on its outskirts. The seabed consists of sand and some small rocks, and the water is always crystal clear and pleasantly cool. There a diving school nearby.
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Lido beach can be found just a few hundred meters north of Alghero. It has a length of nearly 1.5 kilometers, and mostly faces south-west, featuring views of a harbor named Marina di Sant’Elmo to the south, and a small island named Isola della Maddalenetta that’s situated 1.5 kilometers off the coast. This Alghero beach is a favorite spot among both tourists and locals because, in addition to being an attractive beach, one can easily reach both the marina and the old town, along the Via Lido, either on foot or by bicycle.
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Drive north-west from Alghero for about 15 kilometers, and you’ll discover Mugoni beach. The main – and widest – part of Mugoni is about 1.5 kilometers long, though the beach continues for a few hundred meters at its outskirts. Mugoni is almost completely sheltered by cooling pine tree forests, and offers extraordinary views of the Parco Naturale Regionale di Porto Conte headlands and the mountainous region near Tramariglio.
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Maria Pia Beach
Head north-west from the center of Alghero for just a few kilometers, and you’ll discover Maria Pia beach (Spiaggia di Maria Pia). It is one of the best beaches near Alghero. It is 1200 meters long and faces south-west, featuring excellent views of the Alghero bay. Maria Pia is backed by beautiful dunes and a cooling pine forest that can give you some shade during the hottest hours of the day. The waters at Maria Pia are shallow at first and get deeper gradually, so it’s a good beach for families with children. This beach is also easily accessible with wheelchairs, it has a wooden pathway. The parking space is close to the beach. Highly recommended when in Alghero!
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Porto Palmas beach is a small cove just north of Argentiera in north-west Sardinia, and belongs to the group of westernmost coves you’ll find on the island.
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Spiaggia del Lazzaretto
Lazzaretto beach, on the Riviera del Corallo, is located near the villages of Fertilia and Lido San Giovanni, and close to Le Bombarde beach.
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Spiaggia della Speranza
La Speranza beach is located in north-west Sardinia, 8 kilometers south of Alghero. La Speranza beach is one of the best beaches of the Alghero area.
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