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Spiaggia Rosa - Budelli
Even from afar, it displays its entire beauty with sensational colours. Budelli is one of the brightest gems of the Maddalena Archipelago, famous for its turquoise waters and for the Spiaggia Rosa, the Pink Beach, one of the most...
Puntaldìa - San Teodoro
The small cove opens up to the majestic profile of Tavolara, with a seabed of fine sand with glittery reflections, transparent, shallow waters, and rocks smoothed by the wind. Puntaldìa, whose name, meaning sighting point,...
Cala Sabina - Asinara
It is framed by a granite promontory in the northeastern extremity of Asinara: you will be able to bathe in a heavenly natural pool, the only beach - and what a beach! - in the protected area, where bathing is possible. A visit...
Capo Coda Cavallo - San Teodoro
Punta Est is found at Capo Coda Cavallo, in the commune of San Teodoro. Continue for about a kilometre to arrive at a chain, from which you proceed on foot along a path, paying a toll. Set along Capo Coda Cavallo, the beach is...
Cala Trana - Punta Sardegna
Two large rocky headlands, the Delfini and Punta Don Diego enclose the beauties of Cala Trana, a small beach protected by the backdropping sand dunes and a hinterland covered by Mediterranean scrub. It is located along the...
Veduta di Torpè
A part of the Tepilora oasis regional park, one of Sardinia’s most verdant areas, falls under the jurisdiction of Torpè. In it are some 8,000 hectares of pristine woods dotted with springs and boulders shaped by time, streams and...
Spiaggia di Capriccioli - Costa Smeralda
A strip of granite land, covered by Mediterranean vegetation, stretches to the sea, looking out towards the southern part of the Costa Smeralda. Its name, Capriccioli, means 'young goats' in the language of Gallura, or...
Cala Moresca - Golfo Aranci
In the Gallura dialect, it is called gulfu de li ranci, the gulf of the crabs, later Italianised into Aranci Gulf: a strip of land along the sea in the northeastern tip of the island, less than twenty kilometres from Olbia and...
Cala Corsara - La Maddalena
Some say it was an ancient pirate lair, hence the reason for its name. And what a hideout it is! You will fall in love at first sight with this magical place that will captivate you thanks to its wild nature and the chromatic...
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The archaeological site is located in a granite area of the Buddusò tableland, in north-eastern Sardinia. Loelle is a mixed-type nuraghic complex, as it combines the elements typical of both corridor and corbelled nuraghi. It...