Sardinian beaches, its most precious secrets, its most hidden treasures
"Life in Sardinia is perhaps the best a man can hope for: twenty-four thousand square kilometres of forests, countryside, coasts immersed in a miraculous sea should coincide with what I would advise the good Lord to give us as Paradise."(Fabrizio De André, singer)
Sardinia's secrets and beaches
Discover with Secret Sardinia the Sardinia's beaches, secret places, starting from the best beaches of the Nort-West coast. From Alghero to Sassari then Stintino, Bosa along the coast, again Golfo Aranci and the most beautiful beaches of Villanova Monteleone, the hidden coves, the points from which to observe the best views or the most beautiful sunsets, the most secret places in the city, near the sea and beyond. Archaeological sites, caves, beaches, woods, natural beauty. The secrets of the beach of La Speranza. Discover the secret Villanova Monteleone..
Le Bombarde, Porto Ferro, La Pelosa, Compoltittu, La Speranza, Balai, Il Lazzaretto, Cala Moresca. Then again L’Argentiera, Le Saline, Cala Dragunara, Porticciolo, the hidden ones La Bramassa, Cala Viola and many more.
Discover the hidden beaches and the secret coves, the best views and where to see the most beautiful sunsets.
Here you will find the description of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia. The beaches equipped for the disabled people, the Blue Flag beaches, the dog beaches, the nudist beaches. The best beaches to start a spearfishing trip and those suitable for fishing from the shore. The beaches with all the services: from the rental to the shower to the restaurant; next to the wildest beaches where you will probably be able to stay away from the crowds even in August.
Find directions to visit museums and monuments, archaeological sites, natural areas like Asinara's national park and Porto Conte's regional park. The Marine Protected Area of Capo Caccia and Isola Piana, the Roman villa of Sant’imbenia, the Foresta Demaniale delle Prigionette and that of Punta Giglio. The MUSE. The Aragonese coastal towers, the rock altar of Santo Stefano, the megalithic wall of Monte Baranta, the nuragic village of Palmavera, and the Sant’Imbenia's nuraghe. The prehistoric altar of Monte d'Accoddi and all the other magnificent places of interest.
This and much more on Secret Sardinia.