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Sardinia's Costa Smeralda, the Emerald Coast, is a renowned resort that attracts the rich and famous, along with normal travelers.
Leave a normal beach behind and take a boat to the archipelago of La Maddalena.
A tiny uninhabited island off the Sardinian coast of Lotzorai, the island of Ogliastra is a nature-lover's paradise.
One of Sardinia's most enchanting beaches is almost a mirage.
With nearly nine kilometers of beach Badesi offers up one of the longest beaches in Sardinia, giving you space and sand no matter which section you choose.
A couple of kilometers of pebbled beach between Monti e Ferru and Cuccureddu, outlined by red rocks makes this one of the beautiful beaches of Sardinia.
Li Cossi is one of Sardinia's most enchanting beaches, and one of its best known.
Popular with local residents, this sandy beach is at the edge of a pine-park and along a seafront walkway.
Cala Biriola is along the Baunei Coast, between Cala Goloritze' and Cala Luna.
The Tamerici cove is another rocky piece of paradise where the red rocks contrast with the turquoise water and blue sky.
The natural rocky landscape and seascape makes the Costa Paradiso truly different and beautiful, and this cove is a perfect example.
Located in easy reach of the Costa Paradiso village, the setting is truly beautiful.
Sometimes referred to as "the pearl of the Sardinian Med," this little isthmus beach has fine white sand and turquoise water.
Widely considered to be one of Sardinia's prettiest beaches, this cove offers beautiful scenery and super-clear water but is reachable only by boat.
With light-colored sand, intensely blue water, and a beautiful backdrop, this beach is a piece of paradise.
The beach is overlooked by a Spanish watch tower called San Giovanni Sarrala, a pretty sight above the light sand and turquoise water.
A short walk from the centro and marina of Palau, the arch of beach has fine honey-colored sand backed by verdant green macchia brush and pines.
Near Canneddi the rocks form a natural pool where the water warms up and it's like soaking in a saltwater bath.
A cove with pebble beach and evocative setting of natural rocks, Mediterranean macchia brush, and super-blue skies.
Outside Porto Rotondo at Punta Volpe, this beach is a little paradise with a mix of sand, pebbles and reef, surrounded by macchia brush.
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