A Short Guide To Cala Mariolu, Sardinia

Cala Mariolu

Cala Mariolu, in the Gulf of Orosei, is one of Sardinia’s most famous beaches. This is a place of mesmerizing beauty; a (well-known) lost paradise that is quite the perfect spot to spend a day in the summer months. This is a very isolated beach: you can only get there by boat, or via a … Read more

An Easy Guide To Cala Pira Beach, Sardinia

Cala Pira

Cala Pira is one of the nicest, smaller coves of southeastern Sardinia. Easy to reach from Cagliari, and close to summer holiday destinations such as Costa Rei and Villasimius, Cala Pira remains a favorite of locals and tourists alike, and can get incredibly crowded in the peak summer months. Yet, visiting is absolutely worth it: … Read more

A Quick Guide To Chia Su Giudeu Beach

su giudeu

Su Giudeu is one of the most famous beaches in the area of Chia, in the southwestern tip of Sardinia. Locally known as Spiaggia di Su Giudeu, this gorgeous sandy beach is the continuation of S’Acqua Durci (fresh water, in Sardinian) beach, from which it is separated by a small rocky reef. This paradisiac beach … Read more

The Best Beaches In Alghero

Alghero hotels

There is no shortage of amazing beaches in Alghero. There are many reasons why this small, quaint Catalan town is one of the most celebrated tourist destinations in Sardinia. It is packed with historic sights; memorable sunset vistas; diving opportunities galore; nearby archeological sites; caves and hikes offering breathtaking coastal views. Visit in the summer, … Read more

The Inside Scoop & Best Kept Secrets: Costa Rei In Sardinia

Costa Rei

Costa Rei is a magical place. Situated on the southeast coast of Sardinia, approximately a one hour drive from Cagliari, it is a series of stunning beaches and beautiful landscapes. I have been going to Costa Rei since I was born. As a baby, my parents would take me there and we would camp right … Read more

A Complete Guide To Villasimius, Sardinia


Villasimius is one of the best holiday destinations in Sardinia. This small village on the south-east coast of Sardinia is an incredibly pleasant place to visit. At the end of an intense day by the beach or visiting the surroundings, (basically you can go to a different beach every day for more than two weeks), … Read more

A Useful Guide To Cala Sisine

Cala Sisine

Once known as Portu ‘e Sisine, Cala Sisine is one of the most beautiful beaches on the eastern coast of Sardinia. Historically, this beach was used as landing place for cargos of coal. Tools found in the area show human presence as early as 4000 years ago. Later on, during World War II, Su Stuggiu … Read more

A Complete Guide To Santa Teresa Di Gallura, Sardinia

Santa Teresa Gallura

Situated in the extreme north of Sardinia, Santa Teresa di Gallura has the Strait of Bonifacio and Corsica to the north, La Maddalena Archipelago to the east, and the whole rest of the island to the south. Unlike Costa Smeralda, Santa Teresa is more down to earth. Don’t expect late-night partying and over-the-top glamour here. … Read more

The Ultimate Guide To Cala Zafferano

Cala Zafferano

Located at the southwestern tip of Sardinia, Cala Zafferano (at times also referred to as Porto Zafferano) is a stunning beach with the brightest, whitest sand and the most beautiful, clear azure waters you can think of. As the beach is located in a military area, getting there can be a bit of an ordeal. … 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