Sardinia Beaches to Visit and fall in love with this Summer!

La Pelosa beach north Sardinia Italy

The beautiful Italian island of Sardinia is perfectly located in the Mediterranean Sea, and with 2000km of coastline, it is world famous for hiking trails and sandy beaches. Here are the best Sardinia beaches that you should visit this summer.

6 Unmissable Sardinia Beaches

Cala Goloritzé

Cala Goloritzé is the first beach which we are going to take a look at. It’s a beautiful place which offers an unspoiled paradise. You need to go north of Arbatax, but it’s worth the travel. There’s nothing there in the way of beach services. This means that all of the general issues which you might be facing when it comes to beaches are gone. There’s no pollution in terms of noise or sight, so you can just get on with enjoying the experience.

Cala Goloritzé Beach Sardinia

Porto Istana

The next beach that we’re going to take a look at is Porto Istana. This beach offers you four different areas which are separated via the rocky areas. It means that you have your pick of different choices. It’s close to Porto San Paolo and is child-friendly. The golden sands and clear waves mean that this is a beautiful place to visit while you’re in Sardinia.

Porta Istana

Porto Giunco Beach

To find this beach, you’re going to want to head to the town of Villasimius. Your destination is close to that, and it’s beautiful, to say the least. This beach has waves which are so bright and pure that you’d swear this was the Caribbean if you didn’t know where you were. The overall vibe of this beach is relaxed and serene, with a real emphasis on nature and the pure, untouched joy of the outdoors. You should check it out if you’re in the area.

La Pelosa Beach

The Gulf of Asinara is known for beautiful destinations, but none stick out more than La Pelosa Beach. It’s a natural paradise and has been voted to be one of the most attractive beaches in the whole of Italy and Europe. Why is this the case? Well, that’s because there are golden sands and clear waters – untouched by people and uncorrupted by our poisons. The symbol of the beach is a tower which has been standing since the 1500s, further adding to the sense of mystery and intrigue which comes so naturally to the area.

La Pelosa Beach Sardinia
La Pelosa beach, north Sardinia (Italy)

Tuerredda Beach

The next beach on our list is the Tuerredda beach, which offers a lot in the way of relaxation and puts an emphasis on taking the time to appreciate nature in all of its forms. What we have here is a beach which is located a little outside of Chia, and it’s gorgeous. There are so many different colours to appreciate here – blue and green, azure and emerald shades. The water isn’t too deep at the edges, which means that parents with children can come here to get some swimming and playtime in.

Tuerredda Beach

Su Giudeu Beach

Located again near Chia, this is considered by many to be one of the most attractive options on the list. It’s easy to see why too – there’s a lot to appreciate here. The sands look good, the water is inviting, and there’s a lot of places where you can set up camp and enjoy yourself in a big way.

Su Giudeu Beach

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