The bay of Capo Coda Cavallo is located 14 kilometers north of San Teodoro and 26 kilometers south of Olbia. It’s an enchanting place where the crystal-clear sea takes on every shade of blue imaginable.
The bay is located right in front of the islands of Proratora, Tavolara, and Molara and you can get there easily on the SS125. The area is known for its shallow, sandy waters, granite cliffs, and wealth of coves, many of which form part of the Tavolara – Punta Coda Cavallo protected area. The main white-sand beach of Capo Coda Cavallo, while not huge, does have a snack bar and a parking lot.
It’s a great area for swimming, diving, and snorkeling and is worth visiting if only to have a walk and take some photos.
This is a beautiful beach of fine sand and calm waters. In summer, it can get a bit crowded and you might have a bit of trouble finding enough space to sprawl out. They do offer sun chairs for rent, though. If you happen to visit during the off-season you’ll be able to enjoy the beach in full comfort. The beach has an aroma of salt air and pine needles, and the sight of the white sand, blue sea, and green pines is gorgeous. It’s impossible not to be happy once you arrive.