The five most beautiful beaches in Sardinia
Here we have the guide to the five must-see beaches in Sardinia!
Can you imagine summertime already immersed in the crystalline waters of Sardinia? Our first piece of advice is to book the boat as soon as possible to save on your ticket price. Secondly, start learning about everything you will get to see there. Here are the five most beautiful beaches in Sardinia.
Cala Mariolu, located in the territory of Baunei (Nuoro), is by far the most beautiful beach in Sardinia. Together with the three pearls of the Gulf of Orosei, Cala Goloritzè, and Cala Sisine, it remains at the top of the ranking of the most beautiful beaches in the world. What makes it unique is a set of elements: turquoise water, sand composed of white pebbles, and transparent sea beds, all framed by rocks softened by the wind and by the exuberant Mediterranean vegetation. The name comes after the monk seal, which often stole fish from the fishermen on this beach, hence "mariolu" or "thief".
La Pelosa beach is a true-to-life outdoor pool. Which is located in Stintino, in the northwest of Sardinia, with shallow waters for hundreds of meters, calm and undisturbed by the mistral wind, and soft white sand. Protected by a natural barrier formed by the gigantic rock formations of striking figures of Capo Falcone, Isola Piana, and Asinara. Also, the islet of Pelosa from which the beach takes its name, housing the Aragonese tower built in 1578.
In Orosei, on the east coast of Sardinia, there is a fascinating and timeless oasis: Bidderosa beach. Within a natural park, protected by the Forestry Authority of 800 hectares of uncontaminated wild nature of junipers, holm oaks, cork oaks, and other aromas of the Mediterranean scrub. Bidderosa's blue water blends into the sky, with rocks carved by the sea, amazing anthropomorphic shapes, and fine and soft velvet sand. Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful postcards of the wonderful coast of Orosei!
Below Olbia, in the eastern part, there is San Teodoro. One of the most popular summer destinations on the island, with a charming bay called Cala Brandinchi. The beauty of this beach has conquered millions of tourists who, over time, have nicknamed it "Little Tahiti" because of its emerald green color waters, beautiful pine forest, and its many resources. Few people know that this cove is a place of historical importance. Here is where Giuseppe Garibaldi embarked on October 17, 1867, fleeing the island of Caprera and going to Piombino to liberate Rome.
Su Giudeu beach takes its name from a species of octopus that inhabits its waters, “su giudeu”. The charming bay, located in the south of Sardinia in the town of Chia, a village in the municipality of Domus de Maria, in the province of Cagliari. You will also find yourself bathing in crystal clear waters and white beaches, embellished by the presence of an 18-meter islet located in front of the bay, accessible by foot at low tide.
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