Spiaggia Li Junchi
Li Junchi beach (Spiaggia Li Junchi) is considered to be the most popular of the beaches of Badesi, as most tourists choose this beach to spend their day in the sun. The beach is located right in front of the small resort village of Li Junchi, 2 kilometers north-west of Badesi, in Olbia-Tempio. It faces north-west, overlooking the azure waters of the Golfo dell’Asinara. Li Junchi beach is approximately 500 meters long, and can get up to 50 meters wide. Note however, that Li Junchi beach is part of a very long beach that has a length of over 9 kilometers! Li Junchi is well equipped with sun loungers and umbrellas, a special playground for children, parking, toilets and showers, and a surfing school. This beach is largely occupied by guests from the Le Dune Resort and Spa, but has space for casual visitors as well. Its sands are a bit on the course side though nice and soft, and can shelve quite steeply into the water with an undercurrent when the weather is very windy. Li Junchi beach has beautiful clean and clear warm water. The beach is a good spot for kitesurfing and windsurfing when wind conditions permit, you’ll find a kitesurfing school near the beach.
How To Get To Spiaggia Li Junchi
From Santa Teresa Gallura in the north of Sardinia, Li Junchi village and its beach can be reached by car by taking the SP 90 in a south-west direction. After about 42 kilometers and just before you enter the village of Badesi, make a right turn and continue for 1 kilometer.
Sardinian Beaches Near Spiaggia Li Junchi
At the border of the provinces of Sassari and Olbia-Tempio, (Spiaggia di San Pietro) begins. It is located 1.7 kilometers west of Valledoria, and 7 kilometers south-west of Badesi. San Pietro beach faces north-west, looking out over the deep blue waters of the Golfo dell’ Asinara, while offering nice views of the hills behind La Ciaccia to the west. The beach is 1400 meters long, and up to 130 meters wide near the mouth of the river Coghinas. It is a good spot for kitesurfing and windsurfing. An absolute must-see beach if you happen to be in northern Sardinia!
Learn more about San Pietro, how to get there, and where to stay.
Poltu Biancu beach is the westernmost beach of Olbia-Tempio, and the first beach you’ll find on the stretch of coast that’s home to the beaches of Badesi.
Learn more about Poltu Biancu, how to get there, and where to stay.
Spiaggia Li Feruli
Li Feruli is a long stretch of splendid coastline with beautiful views of The Gulf of Asinara and Castelsardo. The beach is an extension of a long beach of over 9 kilometers long located just a few kilometers north-west of the village of Badesi and Trinità d’Agultu e Vignola, and near the historical village of Isola Rossa. Backed by typical Mediterranean vegetation and sand dunes, Li Feruli is one of the least crowded beaches in the Badesi area. You won’t find many tourists here. The beach is especially suitable for those who would like to enjoy a clean and pristine environment, surrounded by the Mediterranean. Li Feruli beach and the other beaches of Badesi (Poltu Biancu, Pirotto Li Frati, Li Mindi and Li Junchi) are fantastic spots for kitesurfing, windsurfing and stand up paddling. They also have a prominent place on our list of Best Kitesurfing Beaches of Sardinia.
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Spiaggia Li Mindi
Li Mindi beach is situated between Pirotto Li Frati beach and Li Junchi beach, 2.5 kilometers west of the village of Badesi, in Olbia-Tempio, Sardinia.
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Baia delle Mimose
Pirotto Li Frati beach is located 5 kilometers south-west of the village of Badesi, along of the northern coast of Olbia-Tempio, Sardinia.
Learn more about Baia delle Mimose, how to get there, and where to stay.