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The north-east coast of Sardinia: let’s discover it with us

The north-east coast of Sardinia is ready to welcome all tourists with breathtaking colours that perfectly embody the concept of a natural paradise.

Between a sea that has nothing to envy to Caribbean destinations and unspoilt nature, this area of the island knows how to win the hearts of every type of tourist. With its slow pace it manages to enchant those who aim for a relaxing holiday, and with its wild beaches it attracts the wildest souls. In short, we are in exactly the right place.

Let’s discover Baronia, the north-east coast of Sardinia

Those who come to this area for the first time cannot fail to be amazed. Here, Sardinia is at its best and offers unique emotions.

Far off the beaten track in Sardinia is this little corner of paradise that has so much to offer those in search of a different kind of holiday. It seems as if time has stood still here and that is why you can enjoy an authentic experience.

The coast of Baronia is made up of small, wild coves in which to get lost even in the hottest and most crowded months. Those who do not like the summer chaos will find their happy place here, among tropical waters and small restaurants where you can eat fresh fish caught by local fishermen.

The north-eastern area of Sardinia has repeatedly been awarded the five sails by Legambiente and the Italian Touring Club, which have recognised its potential for years. Among white beaches, promontories, hills full of arbutus and Sardinian myrtle, among Saracen towers and lagoons, there is so much to discover here.

Certainly the most famous beach is that of Capo Comino, made famous by a film by Wertmüller that has become a cult of Italian cinematography: Travolti da un insolito destino nell’azzurro mare d’agosto (1974).

Other unmissable tips

Also not to be missed is Punta Artora, whose lighthouse illuminates the night. Then there is the confetti beach S’ena e Sa chitta, and the journey of discovery in the north-east of Sardinia can only continue to Capo Coda Cavallo and the island of Tavolara. In this area famous for fishing, you can experience a day as a real local fisherman. A unique experience.

Budoni is the perfect place for excursions on horseback, while the pine forests of Porto Ottiolu lead the way to the sea of Gallura. One can then arrive in what is known as Little Tahiti. We are talking about Cala Brandinchi, which is an enchantment for the eyes and the heart.

Then, travelling along the old Sardinian State Road 125 orientale, one arrives at Siniscola, which is identified as the capital of Baronia. From here, you arrive in the beautiful Borgo di Santa Lucia, a fishing settlement that still has its undisputed charm. You cannot miss the opportunity to see one of the most beautiful views of the entire area, that of the Torre di San Giovanni with its peculiar pink granite structure.


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