Wonderful places, real movie sets where to set the dream holiday with open eyes: Sardinia is a treasure trove of natural beauty beyond compare. Choose only 12 beaches in a region that offers hundreds of unmatched natural beauty has been very difficult … and certainly many seas wonderful deserve to be included in this article. We invite you right away to write in comments your suggestions to add them to this post or write another article soon.
Read also the article 20 beautiful beaches in Sardinia, to discover other natural paradises offered from the sea in this region of Italy.
Cala Gonone, in the province of Nuoro, has earned 4th place in the ranking of the most beautiful hidden beaches of the Mediterranean drawn up by the prestigious publisher Lonely Planet. emerald water and fine sand make this cove a real gem to be discovered.
Photo: Michele Testini
It is one of the most beautiful bays of the Mediterranean, famous for the beauty of its turquoise-green waters. On the beach stretches a rock arch that makes the unmistakable outline of the landscape and rises the imposing limestone needle, Mount Caroddi, loved by free climbing.
Included among the 20 best beaches in Sardinia, in the resort of Punta Ispuligi, on the Gulf of Orosei, there is the beautiful beach of Cala Mariolu. Its name comes from the monk seal, called by fishermen “mariolu” meaning thief, because he stole the fish from the nets. Wonderful backdrops, perfect for diving enthusiasts, and the white sand dotted with pink stones make this cove a paradise for the whole family.
Photo: Roberto Cossu
In front of Asinara, near Stintino, there is the white beach of Hairy, dominated by the Torre del Falcone, granite, which seems to emerge from the crystal-clear azure waters of the sea.
Impossible not to be amazed when you visit this beautiful beach located in Cabras, in the province of Oristano. The beach is entirely covered with small colorful quartz grains.
Photo: Alex Mendez
Spiaggia Rosa, Isola di Budelli
The Rosa Beach is located on the Island of Budelli, belonging to the Maddalena Archipelago, and you can only visit if accompanied by a guide. The wonderful and unique pink color is due to a high percentage of bioclastis in the sedimentary composition of the sands. These bioclastis originate mainly in the prairie Posidonia oceanic and go to feed, after their breakup, the beach thanks to the littoral drift currents and cross-currents. Just to preserve its extraordinary beauty, access to this unique beach in the world is limited.
Photo: luca giudicatti
Cala Biriola, in the Gulf of Orosei, is a true paradise for those who love scuba diving or snorkeling. The beach, surrounded by dense vegetation of fragrant juniper, can be reached by land through a path for experienced walkers. It is preferable, however, reach it from the sea, to enjoy even more of the beauty of the surrounding coastline.
Photo: DAVIDE CONGIA photography
On the southwest coast of Sardinia, Cala Domestica is surrounded by white cliffs and the Mediterranean bush. intimate, wild beach, is very popular with fishing enthusiasts.
In the southwest of Sardinia, Porto Pino is a perfect and unspoiled ecosystem. Surrounded by a green area with pines and junipers, it has a pink beach with clear water and pure. The beach is characterized by white sand dunes that are deserving in Porto Pino undoubtedly the nickname “Pearl of the Mediterranean”.
Photo: Fabio Fois
Cala Sabina, Asinara
Clear water and fine white sand: Cala Sabina, Asinara island, is the only one of the National Park where you can swim. Reached by licensed guides, it has been remarkably preserved in its size wild and untouched. A fairy tale for the eyes and for the heart.
In the town of San Teodoro, on the west coast of Sardinia, the Cala Brandinchi beach is a stretch of fine, white sand. crystal clear waters and the characteristic turquoise color are dyed golden under the sun’s rays. The so-called “Tahiti” Sardinia is a pearl of rare beauty.
Photo: Joselu Blanco
Porto Giunco, Villasimius
Crystal clear sea and a wonderful strip of sand, all crowned by the Aragonese watch tower of Porto Giunco, which dominates the beach and the pond Notteri.