About Spiaggia di Tinnari
Tinnari beach (Spiaggia di Tinnari) is just one of those beaches of Sardinia that make the northern part of Sardinia such a great choice for your holiday in Sardinia. It’s a beautiful and quite secluded cove located on the pristine and solitary stretch of coast between the village of Costa Paradiso and Cala Canneddi in the area of Isola Rossa, in the municipality of Trinità d’Agultu, province of Olbia-Tempio.
Facing north with a length of 260 meters, this beautiful beach is mostly made up of small pebbles carried by the Riu Pirastru river, and can be reached via a walk of about 30 minutes that descends along the slopes of Mount Tinnari. Tinnari beach is immersed in the typical scents and colors of the Costa Paradiso, and it is an ideal destination for those looking for tranquility and peace during their beach holiday in northern Sardinia. Just make sure you bring proper footwear and your own amenities, as Tinnari beach has no facilities. Nevertheless, this beach is our top pick on our list of Best Beaches of North Sardinia!
Directions to Tinnari Beach
Along the SP 90, towards Castelsardo, turn right following the signs for Cala Rossa, then to the Hotel Tinnari. You can park your car at the end of the dirt road, and then you will have to continue on foot for about 1 kilometer. The trail is clearly visible but it is quite a hike so make sure you're well prepared. Tinnari beach can also be reached by boat from the Club Nautico Costa Paradiso. A dinghy operates a regular connection with the beach.
Sardinian Beaches Near Tinnari Beach
- Length: 280 meters.
- Things to do: snorkelling, pedal boating.
Situated in an area with bright sand and pink rocks, Cala Canneddi is located 500 meters north-west of Canneddi, in the municipality of Trinità D'Agultu.