Most Recommended Beaches in Northern Sardinia

This Italian island is beautiful no matter how you look at it, so it's not surprising that more than a few people have doubts when it comes to choosing accommodation, as the most appropriate thing to do is perhaps to draw up a route to cover it from top to bottom in about 10 or 15 days.

La Pelosa


I couldn't start this compilation of beaches without mentioning La Pelosa. It is probably the best beach in all of Sardinia, which explains why it is almost impossible to place your towel near the shore if you arrive after 9 or 10 in the morning. You have to get up early to witness the spectacle up close: turquoise waters and a curious defense tower not too far away.

Li Cossi

It's about a 10-minute walk from the parking lot. The good thing is that the path is very pleasant, leaving aside the heat, as it offers very nice views and makes your desire to reach the sandy area grow. Afterward, once the towel is placed, everything is good news in Li Cossi. Its waters are very clean and you have the sensation of being in a very virgin corner thanks to the beautiful landscape that surrounds it.

Ezzi Mannu

It is also in Stintino, so we could say that it is the alternative to La Pelosa, the beach where some people decide to run away from mass tourism. Its long strip of white sand always has some space available with the dunes watching over the bathers.

Porto Pollo

Between Palau and Santa Teres de Gallura, we find this beach that surprises by its form. It is near the mouth of Liscia and we could define it as a turquoise bay that connects with the island through a fine strip of sand. The fact that the wind comes to blow very strongly makes it a beach very popular with lovers of windsurfing and kitesurfing.

Corsara Cove

His name has an explanation. They say that many pirates took refuge there, and the truth is that it does not surprise us because it is an ideal place to disappear for a while. Its wild nature and the contrast of colors (the green of the vegetation and the turquoise blue of the sea), make it a privilege for the eyes. It is a bay of the archipelago of La Maddalena only accessible by boat that has four dream beaches. In all of them, there is a very appreciated common denominator: its fine white sand.

Coticcio Cove

It's another cove that does justice to what one expects from Sardinia. It's also in La Maddalena and that's a guarantee of success. It is a protected area with pink and red cliffs that blend in with the shrubs of Mediterranean stain. To get there you will have to walk along a steep and rocky dirt track. The effort is worth it.

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