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5 beaches in Sardinia that will take your breath away

Sardinia, the second largest island in the majestic Mediterranean Sea, is one of the most enchanting places offered by earth for relaxation and water sports like boating swimming, windsurfing etc. Its long and mostly straight rocky coast line is its prime center of attraction making the place overcrowded by tourists, especially during the warm months. Encircled by blue water of Mediterranean, the island has many wonderful beaches that are mostly concentrated in north, north-east, south and south-west region.

Typical Mediterranean climate, its cool breeze and preponderance of beaches leave an indelible patch in the memory of any person who visits the place. Each of its beaches has a unique feature and point of attraction, suiting the varied tastes of the tourists. Some of the most touristic beaches are described below.

Piscinas

Piscinas

Situated in the south west of Sardinia, the beach is seven kilometer long and it holds some of the biggest sand dunes of the world. The dunes provide a magnificent landscape. Silky sand in the background of Mediterranean makes Piscinas highly attractive and spectacular. The beach finds its place in the world heritage declared by UNESCO.

La Marinedda

La Marinedda

La Marinedda is known for its spectacular beauty and also for being an ideal place for the surfers. Every August, a “frozen open surf” contest is held, which attracts surfers and spectators from all over the world. Combination of the blue water of Mediterranean with the green of the Jenipper trees and red of the granite cliffs provides a contrasting and spectacular view. This place has also many good hotels and shopping centers.

Tinnari

Tinnari

This beach is a half moon shaped bay mostly comprising of granite rocks, sea shells and round colored pebbles, carrying a history of eons. Flanked with cork trees, it offers a beautiful and unforgettable sight. This place can be accessed by boat or by foot. Although, one has to go through unstable path and rugged terrains, the magnificence of the place attracts a large number of tourists. Afternoon shadow of the large granite peaks and cool Mediterranean breeze offer a unique experience for the visitors.

Costa Paradiso

Costa Paradiso

This beach finds a unique place in the history of tourism due to its natural pools, creeks and countless inlets. The combination of the pink granite rocks and the turquoise blue water of Mediterranean give a magnificent panorama, which is the major attraction of the beach. About 8 kilometers of granite rock, sculptured by wind into magnificent shapes is the most attractive feature of the place. There are summer houses and swimming pools to accommodate large number of tourists, and in peak season the place is crowded with tourists from all parts of the globe.

Baia Chia

Baia Chia

This beach is famous for its glazing silky sand and crystalline white dunes. Few stone traces of Phoenician city make it a place of historical importance. The beach is frequented by dolphins and flamingos and many seabirds. Bordered by age old junipers, the place exhibits a magnificent sight. The wind is highly favorable for surfing which makes it a surfer’s paradise and gives the feel of nature at its best.

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