Enjoy in Sardinia 1200 km of coastline, coves and natural harbours, breathtaking spots and views, magical atmospheres, sunsets over the sea so beautiful they seem surreal.

A natural spectacle with its undisputed protagonists:

Beaches and coves that can only be reached by sea or by mountain paths through the Mediterranean maquis, to be explored on foot or by bike.

Fine white sands and imposing dunes caressed by the sea breeze, the rocky coastline peppered with rugged crags, natural monuments shaped by the sea and the wind. Crystal-clear sea water, where colours dance in a symphony of shades ranging from blue to turquoise and emerald green.

Beaches, coves and famous resorts that make Sardinia a much-loved holiday destination for tourists from all over the world. Set off on a long journey through multi-faceted and unique landscapes, places that are all different yet share an exemplary, exciting beauty that leaves its mark. The magic of Sardinia.

From the Costa Smeralda with Baia Sardinia, Liscia di Vacca, Capriccioli and many more, passing through the Caletta di Siniscola, la Cinta and Cala Brandinchi in San Teodoro, we arrive at Cala Gonone and Orosei with the splendid Cala Goloritzé Bidderosa, Cartoe, Cala Ginepro and Cala Liberotto. We can then move onto Ogliastra: Cea, Barisardo, Coccorocci and continuing towards Sarrabus we arrive on the south-eastern coast whith the stunning beaches of Colostrai, Costa Rei, Capo Ferrato, Feraxi, Turagri, Cala Sinzias, Porto Giunco, Punta Molentis, Is Traias, Notteri, Spiaggia del Riso, Cala Caterina, Simius, Porto Sa Ruxi, Solanas, Mari Pintau, Torre delle Stelle, Geremeas, Kala e Moru.

Sardinia’s south-western beaches are also renowned and popular destinations for international tourism: the Poetto beach, in the Gulf of Angels, La Maddalena, Nora, and Santa Margherita di Pula, Chia, Tuerreda, Porto Tramatzu, Capo Malfatano. Continuing along the West Coast we reach the Island of Sant’Antioco, with the beaches of Maladroxia and the beach of Cala Sapone, Calasetta and the beach Sotto la Torre, finally reaching the Island of San Pietro with the sea stacks of Carloforte.  We are then greeted by the Green Coast in the Sulcis Iglesiente: Portopino, Cala Domestica, Buggerru, Portixeddu and Arbus.

And then we find the Sinis peninsula, home to the pearls of Is Arutas and Mari Ermi near Cabras, before heading to Bosa, Alghero and Stintino with its famous La Pelosa.

We turn back north passing through Castelsardo, Badesi and the Costa Paradiso to arrive at Santa Teresa di Gallura and Palau from where we can reach the beaches. By sea, we can reach the beaches of Caprera and of the Maddalena Archipelago, with its uncontaminated beaches of the Spargi Islands, Cala Corsara, Budelli with its Spiaggia Rosa and natural pools, and Santa Maria.