Small, large, visible, hidden, crowded, solitary, there is a beach for all tastes
The beach is a short distance from the port, ideal for those who love the classic quiet beach holiday.
Rena Bianca Beach
If you’d like a change, there is an excellent alternative to Portisco just a short distance away.
Spiaggia del Pevero
A beach to discover, wide and deep, with clear water and shallow bottom.
Cala di Volpe
A wonderful open berth in the heart of Costa Smeralda, shaped by four beaches that stretch into a gulf that is protected by winds.
Cala Liscia Ruja
The crystal clear waters of the largest, organised beach on the Costa Smeralda are close to Cala Volpe
Isole Mortorio e Soffi
You can reach the Maddalena National Park in just 3 minutes from the Marina, full of uninhabited islands with small beaches.
Budelli – Spiaggia Rosa
It is a UNESCO heritage site and its name comes from the colour of the sand, which vary from pale pink to fuchsia.>/p>
Spargi - Cala Corsara
One of the most famous bays in the Maddalena National Park, it has crystal clear waters, a sandy beach and rocks at the center of the bay.
This is the site of Cava Francese, one of the oldest granite quarries in Sardinia, a quiet mooring site.
Safe mooring and good shelter for spending the night in open berth; the beach is well served.
Santa Teresa di Gallura – Capo Testa / Baia di Santa Reparata
The beach is sandy with rocky coves, surrounded by Mediterranean scrub.
The sand is white, fine, with some pink hues near the shore.
Isola di Tavolara – Spiaggia Spalmatore di terra
A charming location thanks to the beauty of the majestic limestone rock jutting out over the sea at about 560 meters, that is what makes Tavolara so characteristic.
Capo Coda Cavallo
The Capo Coda Cavallo beach at San Teodoro, one of the best on the coastline, has good facilities.
This wonderful beach at Branchinchi is also known as “Tahiti”, thanks to its exotic aspect, and the extraordinary colours of its waters .