How To Visit Cala Coticcio, Sardinia

Cala Coticcio Beach

Cala Coticcio is one of the most popular beaches in the Maddalena Archipelago, in the northeast of Sardinia. Among the islands of the archipelago, Caprera is one of the most famous, as it was home to Giuseppe Garibaldi, Italian unification hero. Of course, it’s also well known for its beautiful natural beaches and the many … Read more

The Ultimate Guide To Porto Pino, Sardinia

Porto Pino

A slice of paradise in the south-western part of Sardinia, Porto Pino is a marvelous long bay where the sand dunes meet the emerald waters of the Mediterranean Sea. A favorite of locals and truly appreciated by tourists, this is a rather popular beach but a few things are worth knowing before actually visiting. Since … Read more

A Useful Guide To Cala Domestica, Sardinia

Cala Domestica

Cala Domestica is one of the most beautiful in southern Sardinia. This small cove with soft golden sand and emerald waters is a great place to relax. Full of tourists and locals in the summer, and a great place to visit even in the off season, a day to Cala Domestica beach is greatly recommended, … Read more

A Short Guide To Cala Sinzias, Sardinia

Cala Sinzias

Cala Sinzias is a long beach of white, fine sand and touched by emerald waters. Located on the southeast part of Sardinia, not far from the more famous Costa Rei, Cala Sinzias is a perfect place to relax in a unique natural landscape. If you are planning a trip to South Sardinia and wish to … Read more

A Short Guide To Tuerredda Beach

Tuerredda

Wide and long, Tuerredda combines the wilderness and beauty of a natural beach with the comfort granted by kiosks, restaurants and equipment for a more relaxed stay. Easily one of the best beaches in Sardinia, this gorgeous beach is easy to access on a day trip from Cagliari and at a stone’s throw from Chia … Read more

The Best Chia Beaches

Chia Beaches su giudeu South Sardinia itinerary

There are many incredible Chia beaches. This ancient village in the southern part of the island, born from the small Phoenician settlement of Bithia and located in the municipality of Domus de Maria, is a place famous for its history and for the natural attractions: Chia can suit everyone’s needs. Trekking and mountain bike routes … Read more

A Useful Guide To Punta Molentis Beach, Villasimius

Punta Molentis

Punta Molentis, near Villasimius, in southwestern Sardinia, is one of the island’s most scenic beaches. This small beach known for its arch shape takes its name from the donkey (‘su molenti’, in Sardinian) that in the past was used to carry the granite rock found in the area.  With its incredibly fine, white sand, the … Read more

The Best Guide To Cala Brandinchi, Sardinia

San Teodoro hotels

Known to be one of the best beaches of Gallura, in northwestern Sardinia, Cala Brandinchi is an extremely popular cove set between Olbia, the getaway to Costa Smeralda, and San Teodoro, a small town that is a favorite of both local and international tourists. The beach is quite narrow and can get overwhelmingly crowded during … Read more

A Quick Guide To La Pelosa, Stintino

La Pelosa

La Pelosa is one of the most beautiful and most photographed beaches in Sardinia. At its northwestern tip, this small beach with beautiful, fine sand and shallow, transparent waters is and a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike, and it’s easy to see why: it is incredibly scenic, and its conformation makes it a … Read more

The Best Guide To La Maddalena, Sardinia

La Maddalena

Situated in northeastern Sardinia, the archipelago of La Maddalena is a dreamy place to visit. Made up of a whopping 62 islands (most of them truly tiny), and officially titled the National Park of the Archipelago of La Maddalena, this protected paradise is home to some stunning slices of nature. From adventurous hikes that cut … Read more