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Beaches in Olbia

8 beaches in Olbia

Beaches in Olbia
Costa Smeralda
This July, I traveled through Sardinia, particularly the capital Cagliari, and from there we went along the south coast of the island, seeing the pristine waters, in particular in the area of ​​Costa Esmeralda named for the color of its waters. Worth getting a boat and swimming in the sea.
Beaches in Olbia
Spiaggia Capriccioli
What a beach! When I visited Capriccioli, the water temperature was perfect and the color was that lovely Mediterranean blue. I spent a few hours there and never got tired of the view of Isola di Soffi in the distance. There are some rocks at the beach but they serve to add a touch of variety and let you see some of the local flora and fauna. If you didn't bring your snorkeling mast, don’t worry…the water is very, very transparent. You can’t miss it!
Beaches in Olbia
Beaches in Olbia
Spiaggia Lu Litarroni
Spiaggia Lu Litarroni is a beach in Aglientu on the road that connects Vignola Mare to Santa Teresa di Gallura. When you see the dark brown sign, you've arrived. The parking is paid in summer, but it's free the rest of the year. To reach the beach from the parking lot, you have to walk about 5 minutes through a pine forest before ending up at a beautiful white sand beach that's almost always empty. There are beach chairs for rent, but only on a small part of the beach. The water is crystal clear. It's popular with surfers and kite-surfers during summer.
Beaches in Olbia
Spiaggia di Porto Istana
For many years, I've visited Sardinia and had fascinating experiences. With its crystal clear sea, and white sandy beaches are just like tropical beaches. As you can see in these photos, Beach Porto Istana is a real paradise to see. Being part of the commune of Olbia, the beach is in northeastern Sardinia. On the tip of Cape Ceraso, Porto Istana consists of several bays separated by rocks and vegetation, commonly called the first beach, Second Beach, Third Beach, and fourth beach, starting from the north. Each of these beaches has the characteristics of a paradise with fine, white sand and crystalline sea, the sun creates special colors ranging from transparent to light or dark blue.
Beaches in Olbia
Capo Ceraso
A paradise on the outskirts of Olbia where you can relax in an absolutely magical location, with the summer sun and the mountains ... I live here, and come here often, but I never get tired of the place.
Beaches in Olbia
Beaches in Olbia