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Wild Sardinia – 3 most beautiful beaches

Sardinia is full of magical and fascinating places…

…but its peculiarity lies in the beaches that remain uncontaminated and wild, with clear waters and fine sand. Here are three of the most characteristic beaches of this wonderful island, three enchanted places to get lost…

Cala Goloritze

Cala Goloritzè

It’s located south of the Gulf of Orosei, in the province of Nuoro. The beach is the result of a landslide in 1962 and is famous for being the place for sport climbing. It can be reached only by foot via a hiking trail that takes about half an hour, and that is a peculiar experience that will make you enjoy the “cala” even more. In 1993 this beach was named “natural monument“. Cala Goloritzè is a completely wild and uncontaminated place, crystal clear water and fine sand formed by small pebbles make it a paradise. On the right side of the bay stands a natural arch and between the rocks, in the inner zone, this is a fresh water spring that flows into the sea. The pinnacle of over 140 meters, which overlooks a picturesque cove, makes this place even more enchanted.

Cala Corsara

Cala Corsara

Located inside La Maddalena National Park, on the Southern coast of the island of Spargi, Cala Corsara is only accessible by sea, using the boats that connect the islands of the archipelago of La Maddalena. Cala Corsara consists of four beaches which are “decorated” with small dunes, fine white sand and crystal clear sea from where you can see the seabed, all this make it one of the most beautiful beaches of Sardinia. Ideal for snorkeling and diving, the color of the waters of Cala Corsara varies from turquoise to emerald according to the seabed and the light.

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Piscinas

Piscinas beach is located near the Costa Verde and is surrounded by dunes created by the mistral winds that high up to a hundred meters. The golden color is interrupted by vegetation, such as the sea lily, the marram grass bushes, junipers and old olives. The sea of this beach preserves from a few hundred years the wreck of a British ship visible when diving. Piscinas is popular among surfers because of the presence of long waves, especially in the Winter. You can reach this site in two ways: passing from Guspini or making the rounds of the mines, or rather going from Arbus and descending towards Ingurtosu. On this beach there is a large area where you can freely practice naturism.

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