You can admire it as an authentic masterpiece of nature from the nearby beach of Cavaliere and Cala di Roto, accompanied by the guides of the national park of the Maddalena archipelago. His sight offers unforgettable emotions. The Pink beach of the island of Budelli, one of the most beautiful in the world, owes its name to the color of the sand, rich in tiny fragments of coral, granite, shells and shells of mollusks. The spectacular color is due to a micro-organism of pink color that inhabits the Posidonia prairies and lives inside the shells.
Asinara is an island in the Mediterranean Sea, located between the Sardinian Sea to the west, the Corsican Sea to the north and the homonymous gulf to the east; to the south it is separated from the small Isola Piana by a narrow navigable canal, the so-called Passaggio dei Fornelli. It is part of the municipality of Porto Torres, in the province of Sassari.
During your stay in the north of Sardinia it is imperative to make a stop in the beach-icon of Stintino, universally recognized as one of the most beautiful in Europe. The water, thanks to the natural barrier, is always calm even when the mistral blows loudly. Around the Mediterranean, especially the junipers, remind you that you are in Sardinia, despite the Caribbean appearance. Opposite is a small island with an Aragonese tower dating back to 1578. It is the symbol of Pelosa, you will reach it on foot after having crossed another delightful cove, L to Pelosetta, which stands next to the 'older sister'.
The ancient settlement of Tharros rises at the end of the Sinis peninsula. It unfolds in the Gulf of Oristano on a sort of natural amphitheater bounded on the north by the hill of Su Murru Mannu, on the west by the tower of San Giovanni and on the south by the isthmus connecting the latter to the promontory of Capo San Marco. Tharros was founded in the late 8th century BC and was abandoned around the year 1050 AD. to give rise to Aristiane, the current Oristano.
There is a place in the historical territory of Sarcidano, where you can immerse yourself in suggestive nature trails among countless plant species and medieval ruins. It is the Aymerich park, an oasis of 22 hectares that belonged until 1990 to a family of marquises, feudal lords of this strip of land. The author of the authentic nature reserve was Don Ignazio Aymerich Ripoll, a botany enthusiast, who imported rare plants from the mid-nineteenth century on every journey outside the island.
A symbolic place of Sardinia. Capo Coda Cavallo is a strip of granite that extends into a stretch of sea sheltered from the imposing mass of Tavolara, from the polished rocks of Molara and from the picturesque islet of Proratora, together with which it forms a protected area covering 15 thousand hectares on crystal clear waters, inlets and coves, from Capo Ceraso to Punta s'Isuledda, where the southernmost is situated among the splendid beaches of San Teodoro.
Blue and clear waters and sculpted rocks make it unique. Palau is set in an inlet sheltered from the tramontana, next to the exclusive Costa Smeralda and in front of the enchanting park of the Maddalena archipelago. Near the village, on a granite promontory shaped by time, appears a natural sculpture that seems shaped by an artist: it is the Bear's rock, symbol of Palau, with its head turned towards the sea.
One of the most popular places on the Costa Smeralda, just opposite the archipelago of La Maddalena and the island of Caprera in particular, is Baia Sardinia. The crystal clear sea, the white beaches, excellent hotel facilities and a lively nightlife, here is a disco inside a natural cave, so that every year thousands of tourists looking for relaxation and fun reach this wide bay.
Porto Cervo is a coastal village in the Gallura center of Arzachena, with a few hundred residents. In the summer it becomes an extraordinary and sparkling parade of yachts, yachts and famous people: in the little square you can easily find yourself shopping with movie and television stars. Every day is a continuous alternation of appointments with the international jet set: parties, social life, sporting events, golf in particular.
Das Maddalena-Archipel liegt an der Nord-Nordküste von Sardinien, an der Costa Smeralda. Es besteht aus 7 großen Inseln (La Maddalena, Caprera, Budelli, Santo Stefano, Santa Maria, Spargi, Razzoli) und mehreren kleineren Inseln, die von einem wunderschönen und transparenten Meer umgeben sind. Unter den großen Inseln ist Caprera berühmt dafür, Garibaldi während seines Exils beherbergt zu haben: Sein Haus ist heute ein Museum, das für die Öffentlichkeit zugänglich ist. Das Maddalena-Archipel wurde 1994 zum Nationalpark erklärt und ist sicherlich eines der schönsten und unberührtesten Gebiete Sardiniens. Die zahlreichen Strände und Buchten des Archipels sind für ihre Klarheit bekannt und werden von Touristen, sowohl Italienern als auch Ausländern, sehr geschätzt.
La spiaggia si trova nella località di Bados, nel comune di Olbia. L'arenile ha un fondo di sabbia chiara e sottile, dalle tonalità tendenti al grigio, con scogli affioranti. Primo del comune di Olbia, il lungo arenile di circa 300 metri è occupato in parte da uno stabilimento balneare. La spiaggia è caratterizzata da un basso fondale che rende agevole il gioco dei bambini.
Luxury hotels and residences, sparkling nightlife, select boutiques, aperitifs and elegant evenings. Here is the place of relaxation and the most exclusive holiday in Sardinia. The Costa Smeralda, with its consortium, founded by the Ishmaite prince Karim Aga Khan in 1962, invites you to enjoy good food, shopping and a soft and carefree life in the heart of Porto Cervo, between Golfo Pevero, Pantogia and Capriccioli.
The beach of Calamosca, just four kilometers from the center of Cagliari, is close to the long and wide sandy beach of the Poetto. It has a limpid sea of shades of emerald green and blue, a sandy beach with smooth pebbles and a gently sloping seabed, suitable for children and particularly loved by those who practice underwater fishing and diving. There is ample parking, kiosk and beach equipment rental.
An enchanting tongue of fine and golden sand, enclosed between two pink granite promontories that stretch towards the sea to form a natural pool. Behind sandy dunes with Mediterranean vegetation and a forest of pines and junipers. Cala Cipolla has a characteristic appearance and preserves a solitary and wild nature: it is one of the most suggestive beaches of Chia, in the territory of Domus de Maria, three quarters of an hour from Cagliari.
The beach of Tuerredda is a marvel of nature, a 'pearl' that recalls Caribbean scenarios, which has become an undisputed symbol of Sardinia, thanks to the intense blue of the water, the green of the shrubs and the delicate gold of the fine sand. It stretches for over half a kilometer inside an inlet between Capo Malfatano and Capo Spartivento, in the territory of Teulada, in the south-western end of the island.
On the south-eastern coast of Sardinia, stands a beautiful beach, with its unmistakable charm, location for some commercials: clear water and white sand on one side, a granite quarry on the other. Divided into several coves, Punta Molentis is surmounted by Mediterranean shrubs and cactuses with multicolored flowers, which give the landscape an unusual look and smell the air.
Cala Grande is a small valley, about 500 m long, located in the western part of the Capo Testa promontory, in the municipality of Santa Teresa Gallura, in Sardinia. "Valle della Luna" is the name given to this place around the 60s by a hippy community