Beaches and the Sea
Castelsardo enjoys a central position to visit the North-West and North-East of Sardinia, rich in long coasts, small inlets and high cliffs.
The North of Sardinia offers unique and varied coastal landscapes, long coasts of soft white sand, dune systems on which wild lilies grow, small bays easily accessible, others worthy of being conquered after a long hike.
Following some seaside resorts where you can spend your days relaxing or having fun, depending on whether you love uncrowded places or beaches with a worldly character, free or equipped beaches, the choice depends on your idea of vacation and your personal tastes.
Baia Ostina - The beach closest to Baga Baga, a small cove of dark sand surrounded by cliffs for snorkelling, has the advantage of being sheltered during strong wind days.
Lu Bagnu - At the homonymous hamlet of Castelsardo, which is a couple of km away; the beach is of fine sand with a crystalline seabed interspersed with rocks, it is recommended for families with children, having low shores. There are several activities nearby including bars, shops and restaurants.
Valledoria and Badesi - A 15 km long beach, 15/20 minutes away by car from the hotel. The beach is characterized by golden sand with a dune system behind it. Depending on the access to the beach, you can take advantage of different services such as kiosks, bars and restaurants. There are dog friendly areas. The entire coast, when exposed to the Mistral wind, is the ideal destination for those who love sailing water sports.
Cala Tinnari - This lonely little bay is located in the municipality of Trinità D'Agultu. The beach is made up of small pebbles and is crossed by a stream. You can get there after a walk of about 30 minutes along a dirt road that goes down the slopes of Mount Tinnari, as a result it is never crowded and is the ideal destination for those seeking tranquility.
Cala Li Cossi - Another splendid cove in the municipality of Trinità D'Agultu reachable after a short walk along a coastal path among the pink granites. The beach is of fine white sand with a shallow and full of life, ideal for snorkelers.
La Pelosa - La Pelosa in the Municipality of Stintino is a white sand beach with a splendid sea colored by shades of blue, turquoise and green. It is one of the most popular destinations in the north of the island, but from 01st July to 30th September the number of accesses to the beach is controlled in order to protect the beach, in fact only 1.500 people are allowed to enter per day and book to access it. It is also worth remembering that there is a local standard on the beach that prevents you from spreading your towels on the sand, but you will be forced to have mats with you.
Cala Lupo - An alternative to the Pelosa, especially if this is too crowded for you and you don't want to move further; Cala Lupo, not far from the town of Stintino, is a small bay of fine sand and low sea, ideal during the strong Mistral days, as it faces east.
Le Saline - After the town of Porto Torres and before the town of Stintino there is this long stretch of coarse sand and small white pebbles. The sea is clear and transparent, with a shallow seabed ideal for families with children. There are several beach concessions with bars and restaurants. On windy days, you will see surf and surf kit.
Porto Ferro - It is a beautiful wild beach on the western coast of Nurra, between Alghero and Stintino, located in a unique environmental context, adorned by a protected dune system and a lake behind it surrounded by a pine forest. It is characterized by yellow sand and at its ends you will find the cliffs on which two ancient Spanish watchtowers stand out. The sea when swept by the Mistral is a destination for surf lovers. Close to the beach there is a bar and a restaurant.
The sea and the coasts are everyone's heritage, they are a precious asset that nature in Sardinia gives generously to those who live in it and to those who experience it as a traveler or tourist, but like any gift, this must be respected and safeguarded.
The Hotel Restaurant Baga Baga adheres to the information campaign promoted by sardegnarubataedepredata / facebook.com and by the Federalberghi Sardegna, designed to protect our coasts in particular from those who, on the pretext of a souvenir, remove sand, stones, rocks from the coasts shells, corals or other living things.
We remind you that the theft or sand or other materials is an offense punished severely by law:
Art. 1162 - Illegal extraction of sand or other materials.
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