In this land steeped in myths and legends, summer reveals itself in all its splendor. Sardinia is the ideal destination for those seeking an oasis of breathtaking landscapes, the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation. Join us in exploring the wonders of this Mediterranean gem and experience the island in the summertime. 

Sail to Enchanted Horizons 

Embark on a maritime journey toward the azure horizon, where the allure of the sea becomes irresistible. Let the salty breeze caress your skin as you encounter sandy shores and hidden coves beneath the scorching sun, casting warm reflections on the sea. Whether on a yacht, a rubber dinghy, or a sailboat, you will discover a different Sardinia, a secret paradise reserved only for those, like you, who are captivated by the vastness of the sea.

As you navigate along the coastline, you will explore marine caves, secret bays, and places where nature has carved artworks. The waves will gently rock you, and as the sun turns golden in a magical sunset, your heart will fill with joy for choosing to embark on this extraordinary adventure.

The Most Beautiful Beaches and Coves to Visit in Sardinia

  • La Pelosa, Stintino: Known for its whitest sand and sea that fades between blue and green, this is one of Sardinia’s most iconic beaches.
  • Cala Goloritzé, Baunei: This wild and unspoiled cove can be reached by sea or via a beloved trekking trail, a true earthly paradise.
  • Cala Brandinchi, San Teodoro: Known as the “little Tahiti” for its white sand and transparent waters, it is one of the most photographed beaches on the island, perfect for sunbathing or snorkeling.
  • Is Arutas, Cabras: This beach is famous for its sand made of small white quartz grains, giving the beach a truly unique appearance.
  • Cala Mariolu, Baunei: Another hidden gem on the eastern coast, Cala Mariolu is famous for its turquoise waters and rich marine life.
  • Tuerredda, Chia: Framed by sand dunes and cliffs, Tuerredda Beach is renowned for its natural beauty and clear waters.
  • Porto Giunco Beach, Villasimius: With its turquoise sea and fine sand, Porto Giunco is one of the most beloved beaches by visitors. The panorama stretches from the Notteri salt flats to the characteristic sand formation known as the “Dunes of Porto Giunco.”
  • Cala Spinosa, Santa Teresa Gallura: This cove is surrounded by wind-carved granite rocks, offering a wild and unspoiled setting perfect for those seeking tranquility and privacy.

These are just a few of the many wonderful beaches and coves that Sardinia has to offer. Every corner of the island holds unique landscapes and atmospheres for a truly dreamy summer vacation.

The Dance of Lights, the Nighttime Magic of Summer Nights 

As the sun sets, the island transforms into a stage of lights, sounds, and captivating atmospheres. Coastal towns come alive with restaurants, bars, and venues that welcome you with warmth and cheerfulness. Squares fill with people enjoying an evening stroll, while streets are illuminated with lights and music. Summer evenings are often filled with events and traditional festivals, where you can discover the island’s ancient traditions, such as festivals, religious processions, and concerts of folk music.

During summer nights, you’ll have the opportunity to admire magnificent sunsets over the sea, when the sky is painted with shades of orange and pink, and all around, people gather to dance barefoot in the sand under the starlight. If you love stargazing, away from cities and major tourist centers, you can witness wonderful celestial spectacles.