Lu Litarroni

Lu Littaroni Beach, Olbia-Tempio, Sardinia.
Lu Littaroni Beach, Olbia-Tempio, Sardinia.

About Lu Litarroni

In Porto Vignola, near the village of Baia Vignola, lies Lu Litarroni beach (Spiaggia Litarroni), just 6 kilometers south of Rena Majore. Backed by dunes covered with patches of Mediterrranean vegetation and eucalyptus, this large stretch of fine sand, pebbles and rocks offers views down on the Monti Russu headland, with granitic red rocks emerging from the sea. Lu Litarroni beach has two car parkings nearby, both with trails about 300 meters long leading you to the spectacular beach. The southernmost trail cuts through a thick pine forest – a magnificent entrance – that also offers you some shade on hot days. Given its exposure to the wind, Lu Litarroni beach is a popular surfing spot. This beach is suitable for families with small children.

Directions to Lu Litarroni

Lu Litarroni is easy to reach by car, it is located right by the SP 90. From Arzachena, head onto the SS 125 to Palau. Once near Palau, turn left onto the SS 133 to Santa Teresa. After 9 kilometers, turn left onto the SP 70. After 1.5 kilometers, turn right onto the SP 71 to Rena Majore. Once there, keep heading west, then take the SP 90 southward to Lu Litarroni.

Sardinian Beaches Near Lu Litarroni

Portobello Beach

  • Length: 150 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling, scuba diving.
a picture of portobello beach

The beaches of Portobello are scattered along the coastline of Portobello di Gallura, one of Sardinia's most exclusive residential parks.

Vignola

  • Length: 1500 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling.
a picture of vignola beach

Vignola beach lies approximately 4 kilometers east of Portobello, and 4 kilometers west of the beach of Lu Littaroni in the municipality of Aglientu.

Monti Russu

  • Length: 300 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling, windsurfing, surfing, kitesurfing.
a picture of monti russu beach

Monti Russu beach lies near Rena Majore, between the beaches of Cala Pischina and Lu Littaroni. It got its name from the colours of the rocks at sunset.