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Panorama, Strand von Chia

Chia - beaches

Bay of Chia - Dream beached for families, surfers and divers

Dream beaches in Sardinia? The Bay of Chia is home to several of them – with turquoise water, fine sand and child-friendly water.Ideal wind conditions make this part of Sardinia a hotspot for surfers, kitesurfers and sailors.The emblematic dunes, some of which tower up to 30 metres, fringe the beaches with their cloaks of wild juniper bushes. The crystal-clear water in the Bay of Chia invites visitors to take a relaxed stroll along the gently sloping shore. 
The unique diversity of the Bay of Chia offers everything you’d expect from a first-class beach in Sardinia – and it’s a haven for families, active holidaymakers and romantics. 

The dream beaches of the Bay of Chia in detail

Spiaggia Sa Colonia, Spiaggia Campana And Spiaggia Giudeu

This part of the coast is the main attraction in the Bay of Chia. On a poker-straight stretch of the coast three kilometres long, three dream beaches gently merge with each other. Behind Spiaggia Campana, visitors will find the chic restaurant Le Dune. This is the perfect place to let day turn into night with a typical aperitif and fresh fish specialities. 

Monte Cogoni with Cala del Morto

The proud, 60-metre-high crag of Monte Cogoni punctuates the seemingly endless beaches of Spiaggia Sa Colonia, Spiaggia Campana and Spiaggia Giudeu. It’s an insider tip for everyone who prefers things a little quieter – its shore is home to the tiny and tranquil bay Cala del Morto. 

Cala Cipolla

At the lower end of Baia di Chia, Cala Cipolla offers rugged beauty. The 100-metre-wide and 200-metre-long beach is framed by a regal-looking rocky hill. The hinterland shelters a one-hundred-year-old juniper tree from the coast. Cala Cipolla is also breathtaking under the water: reefs are home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, inspiring divers and snorkellers alike. 

Capo Spartivento

Located half a kilometre to the west, Capo Spartivento
is a rewarding destination for wreck divers. 

Spiaggia Tueredda

True Caribbean scenes await at Spiaggia Tueredda, seven kilometres further. A 500-metre-wide, pointed beach facing a small island basks against turquoise water. Those who wish to explore more of the coast towards Capo Teulada can hire a small motor boat.

Cala Portu

This small bay forms the natural end of the Bay of Chia to the north. From here, guests are afforded stunning views of the Spanish tower of Chia. This perches on a ledge over the remains of a Pheonician settlement.  

Good to know

There is no real main town in Chia. Instead, the municipality consists of several small holiday resorts spread over the lowlands and the maquis-cloaked hillsides.



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Strand Romazzino

Costa Smeralda

Dream beaches in Sardinia? The Bay of Chia is home to several of them - with turquoise water, fine sand and child-friendly water.Ideal wind conditions make this part of Sardinia a hotspot for surfers, kitesurfers and sailors.


Panorama, Strand von Chia

Chia - beaches

Dream beaches in Sardinia? The Bay of Chia is home to several of them - with turquoise water, fine sand and child-friendly water.Ideal wind conditions make this part of Sardinia a hotspot for surfers, kitesurfers and sailors.



Nora - Santa Margherita di Pula

Pula and its beaches are some of the most popular in southern Sardinia: the scarcely populated coastal region between Capo Teulada and the popular bathing area of Santa Margherita di Pula captivate visitors with a range of bays. In the bay of Nora, you can even dive to Roman ruins.


Porto Giunco, Villasimius


On the south-east tip of Sardinia, Villasimius and its beaches sparkle with Caribbean flair: to the left and right of the sun-drenched protected area of Capo Carbonara, turquoise bays like Cala Giunco, Spiaggia Campulongu and Punta Molentis beach mean visitors are spoilt for choice.



Sant Elmo - Cala Sinzias

Sant’Elmo lies at the northern end of Cala Sinzias, nestled between broom and juniper. This quieter, beautiful section of the coast features impressive granite and lava rocks, which offer a great alternative to lounging on the beach.


Costa Rei, Sa Perda Niedda

Costa Rei

Costa Rei is the king's coast of Sardinia - here, 8 kilometres of long, bright white sandy beach enchants sun worshippers, families and water sports enthusiasts. The beach is flat and child friendly; crystal-clear water glitters all along this unique gem of a beach.


Beach of Torresalinas

Torre Salinas - Ferraxi und Capo Ferrato

Torre Salinas is a beach on the south-east coast of Sardinia - perfect for everyone who wants to enjoy a slower pace of life. The long, fine sandy beach stretches for kilometres; birds breed in the former salt pans behind. The perfect beach for families and those in search of peace and quiet.




Olbia is the lively metropolis in the north-east of Sardinia with idyllic beaches. Just like the main beach Pittulongu, countless idyllic beaches in the Gulf of Olbia await to stun visitors with white sand and crystal-clear water. Relaxation and unspoiled nature – just 5 km from the centre of Olbia. Discover them now!


Beach of Tinnari


Portobello’s beach on the north-west coast of Sardinia is something truly special: red, grainy sand is framed by rugged, rocky reefs and crystal-clear water. Not far from here, the endless dream beaches of Cala Vignola stretch 25 kilometres all the way to Capo Testa.


Cagliari Poetto

Cagliari - City beach

Cagliari, located in the south of the island, is Sardinia’s capital city and is well worth a leisurely visit. It offers a number of cultural sights, shopping and restaurants. Only a few kolometres away from Cagliari you will find marvelous lagoons and endless sandy beaches where you can relax, stroll around or just sunbathe.



With a row of idyllic beaches, Tortoli is guaranteed to impress. Fine white sand, Caribbean-like water and extensive bays make the heart of the east coast one of the most beautiful coastal areas in Sardinia. Perfect for families, peace seekers and sport lovers.


Alghero - dream beaches

Alghero and its beaches lie amidst the enchanting, powerful nature of Sardinia’s north-west coast. Crystal-clear water, fine sand and lush green vegetation make beaches like Spiaggia Maria Pia and Spiaggia Le Bombarde truly paradisical.


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