About Rena Majore Beach
About 9 kilometers south-west of Santa Teresa Gallura, one of Sardinia’s northernmost villages, lies Rena Majore beach (Spiaggia Rena Majore), named after the village nearby. Located at the mouth of the Rio Cantaru river, the beach mostly faces north-west, with a view of Monti Russu to the far left. Rena Majore has golden sands, occasionally separated by rocky patches, and blue waters with stray rocks reaching above the surface. The beach is suitable for families with children, since its waters aren’t very deep. Rena Majore has a total length of 2 kilometers, and is divided by a rocky section about two-thirds down, that is best crossed via a footpath that runs over it. Rena Majore beach is easily accessible by car, the beach has several parking areas. Rena Majore village offers shops, supermarkets, medical services, and several bars and restaurants.
How To Get To Rena Majore Beach
From Arzachena, head onto the SS 125 to Palau. 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.
Sardinian Beaches Near Rena Majore Beach
Cala Pischina beach lies near the SP90 to Santa Teresa Gallura, conveniently within walking distance of the beaches of Rena di Matteu and Rena Majore.
Learn more about Cala Pischina, how to get there, and where to stay.
Rena di Matteu
The beach of Rena di Matteu is the first beach you’ll find a little over a kilometer south-west of Rena Majore, near the small village of Rena Majore.
Learn more about Rena di Matteu, how to get there, and where to stay.