Wild Sardinia, 5 Beaches you can’t miss!

 

Second largest island of the Mediterranean, Sardinia is a real gem of the Belpaese: full of mountains, forests and plains, home of the ancient Nuragic civilization, it maintains the wild and ancient beauty who, together its many natural resources (among the most beautiful of Italy), has made it a favorite destination among tourists from all over the world. In particular it is renowned for some of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Mediterranean, hidden gems that Italian Traditions has found for you.

Piscinas

Among the most beautiful of the whole island, Piscinas is a real desert in miniature consisting of high dunes up to 60 meters, which penetrate inland for several kilometers and plunge into a blue sea and boundless, as it is spectacular and wild as typical of the West coast. A piece of paradise, a panorama of those that leave you breathless. (For more info, click here)

Scivu

Long fine golden sand hugged by high, dark sandstone walls above which is setting up a dense Mediterranean scrub, Scivu is one of the most beautiful coasts of Sardinia. This hidden paradise of fishermen is just as difficult to achieve as it is fascinating because of the nature practically untouched in which it is immersed, and the lack of any kind of settlement in its vicinity: a quiet place, beautiful and charming in any season, an absolute must if you visit the wild West coast. (For more info, click here)

Cala Corsara

Real pearl on the South coast of the island of Spargi, within the archipelago that forms the National Park of La Maddalena, Cala Corsara consists of 4 beaches flanked to the east by small dunes on which plants as juniper, broom and sea lily. The sea is a rainbow of colors ranging from turquoise to emerald depending on the light reflected from the sandy bottom. (For more info, click here)

Capo Coda Cavallo

Enclosed within the protected marine area of Tavolara, in the municipality of San Teodoro, the beach of Capo Coda Cavallo stretches for 550 meters and is characterized by a succession of coves with white fine and sandy beaches and cliffs covered with lush Mediterranean. The beach is shallow and gently sloping in depth, so it is very popular with scuba diving and snorkelling enthusiasts. A beach with crystal clear water and calm that offers a spectacular panorama on the other islands, a real gem. (For more info, click here)

Cala della Signora

Cala della Signora is situated at about 10 km from the town of Sant'Antioco. The beach consists of rocks and cliffs overlooking the beach and even the bottom, it is ideal whether you want to lie down in the sun whether you want to dive into the silvery waters teeming with life. The cove is filled with ravines and caves of rare beauty, while at the end point the rock rises up to form two capes that protect the beach from the wind and storm surges. A unique place that takes your breath away, among the pink shades of the rocks and the green crystal clear sea of Sardinia. (For more info, click here)