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The most beautiful beaches of Sardinia

Stintino Surroundings

A few hundred meters from Cala Rosa Club Hotel are pristine beaches, rare and natural beauty, where you can spend relaxing moments with your partner or your family.

Il Gabbiano Beach

Low and sandy seabed

The well equipped and organized beach of Il Gabbiano, is located between La Pelosa and the Yacht Club only one kilometre from Cala Rosa Club Hotel. The low sea waters are particularly suited for children. Admire the amazing sight of the Asinara Gulf.


La Pelosetta Beach

Rocky beach by the breathtaking nature

La Pelosetta Beach in Stintino is easy to reach driving on the provincial street 34 until arrival in Stintino; going through the centre follow indications for the beach – well specified. The beautiful beach positioned between the Piana islands and Asinara on the right and in front the tiny Island of Pelosa while to the north it is delimited by Cape Falcone. The small Island of Pelosa can be accessed by a natural ford surrounded by a marvellous sea. Reefs and sandstones are present in this beach area which overlook a striking blue sea, transparent and crystal. La Pelosetta is a busy area and during the high season it is often overcrowded, thanks to its numerous services among which bars, restaurants, refreshments spots and hotels in the area.

Le Saline Beach

Near the ancient salt pans

Le Saline beach in Stintino is very popular and is close to the ancient saline structures, existing from the year 2000. The beach is also near the 600 century story-buildings abandoned by the tuna nets of the Saline. This area with its long sandy white beaches is worth while discovering, dominated by a Spanish tower - one of the most antique of the whole Island. The clear blue transparent sea and low waters make it ideal for long swims. On windy days, le Saline is a very busy place with its surfers and windsurfers. To reach the beach take SS 131 from Sassari direction Porto Torres. At this point leave the main road and continue towards Stintino. Just before Stintino and the beautiful Spanish tower, close to a villa, make a left turn and take a small road that will lead direct to the beach. This area is well equipped and parking space is available along with bar, refreshment area and a hotel.

Ezzi Mannu Beach

Well-equipped beach with refreshments

Ezzi Mannu beach in Stintino can be reached through the SP34 - direction Stintino. After 3 kilometres, at the cross road for Pozzo San Nicola, read indications for Ezzi Mannu, up to where the street forks in two opposite directions, both indicating a parking space upon payment. In this area the sands of the beach are mixed with candid pebbles, facing a beautiful transparent sea with iridescent blue colours. Ezzi Mannu is surrounded by sand dunes – rich in vegetation – and by a wild and solitary naturalistic setting - unfortunately spoiled by wind power plants of Fiume Santo. The beach is well equipped and offers parking space and refreshment area.

Cala Coscia di donna Beach

Emerald green sea with rocky bottoms

Cala Coscia di Donna of Stintino can be reached along the SP 34 – direction Stintino – and once off the main road – continue for approx 1 km on the dirt road. A picturesque beach mixed with grey cobblestone gravel and stones along a beautiful transparent sea – colours ranging from emerald green to bright blue and rocky sea-beds in sandstone. Fantastic for snorkelling and diving. Cala Coscia di Donna is ideal for absolute peace and quiet, since not many people visit this area both for the absence of sand and not easily accessible. The surrounding scenery if very attractive because wild and immaculate, with dark rocks adorning the coast making the area a very special setting – and different contrasts in colour with the sea. The beach does not offer any type of service.

Punta Negra Beach

Surrounded by a picturesque Mediterranean

Punta Negra beach of Stintino can be reached driving along the SP34 – direction Stintino . Before entering the historical centre it is necessary to follow directions for Cala Lupo in order to arrive to the bay near the sailing circle. This is one of the most picturesque beaches of the coastline in the province of Sassari and its peculiarity consists in the presence of a pier where pleasure boats land and where sailing boats can be rented. The beach is light and sandy and a transparent sea – a crystal green – very much appreciated by divers thanks to the rich vegetation on the sea floor. Punta Negra is delimited by dark rocks and surrounded by a fragrant Mediterranean scrub with trees close to the shore and offers an enchanting sight on the gulf of Stintino and the tower of Pelosa.

Pazzona Beach

A lonely landscape

Pazzona Beach of Stintino can be reached driving on SP34 direction Porto Torres; after a few kilometres follow directions, on the left, for Pazzona and Punta d’Elici area. At this point take the dirt road that in a few kilometres will reach the seaside. The white beach combined with fragments of quartz and fine gravel and when free from seaweeds , offer a transparent and crystal clear sea with striking blue shades. The seacoast is large and long – ideal for pleasant walks – and is surrounded by sand dunes covered with a low vegetation. The beach is not equipped and usually not very busy highlighting the area for its solitary fascination.

Tamerici Beach

Deep seabed

Tamerici beach of Stintino can be reached driving on SP34 direction Stintino: the beach is on the right before a large parking area. The large bay is adorned on the north by a luxuriant vegetation and on the south by light-shaded rocks. The seashore is rocky covered with clumps of vegetation and moistened by a beautiful transparent sea, crystal clear and striking blue shades that run deep into the waters from the shore. The coast is inhabited by small houses with docks for boat moorings adding a more exotic touch to the scenery. The beach does not offer any type of service and is usually quiet, ideal for peace and privacy.