Spiaggia de La Pelosetta

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Spiaggia de La Pelosetta, Stintino, Sassari.

About Spiaggia de La Pelosetta

On Via de Pelosa you’ll find Spiaggia de La Pelosetta, a small beach located 700 meters south-east of Stintino’s most famous beach – Spiaggia della Pelosa. Spiaggia de La Pelosetta has a length of just under 300 meters and faces north-east, overlooking the stunningly beautiful waters of the Golfo dell’ Asinara. Located on the beach is restaurant and beach bar Il Gabbiano (the Seagull), where visitors can enjoy a wide variety of pizzas and pasta dishes based on fresh fish and seafood. Just behind the beach you’ll find Windsurfing Center Stintino, where qualified instructors will help you enjoy windsurfing, sailing, kitesurfing, or scuba diving in the waters of Asinara National Park.

Directions to Spiaggia de La Pelosetta

Sardinian Beaches Near Spiaggia de La Pelosetta

Ezzi Mannu

  • Length: 2000 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling.
  • ✓ This beach is suitable for families with children.
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Travel 8 kilometers south-east from Stintino and you'll discover Ezzi Mannu beach (Spiaggia di Ezzu Mannu). It faces north-east and has a length of about 2 kilometers, offering views over the Golfo dell' Asinara. Ezzi Mannu is worth visiting if you want to avoid the crowds on La Pelosa during high season.

Le Saline Beach

  • Length: 9000 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling, walking, jogging, surfing, kitesurfing.
  • ✓ This beach is suitable for families with children.
a picture of le saline beach near stintino north west sardinia

Le Saline beach, located in the Gulf of Saline (Capo d'Orso) in Sassari, is 9 kilometers long, making it an ideal beach for long walks or jogging.

La Pelosa Beach

  • Length: 330 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling, scuba diving, windsurfing, kayaking.
  • ✓ This beach is suitable for families with children.
a picture of la pelosa beach in stintino north west sardinia

La Pelosa Beach (Spiaggia della Pelosa), with its shallow turquoise waters and white sands, is a Sardinian oasis, but can get crowded during peak season.