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It’s near the great lighthouse of Capo Ferro. It has a large beach on one side and a smaller one on the other. It affords a beautiful view of the islands of La Maddalena, Caprera, Le Bisce, I Cappuccini , and Corsica that can be easily reached by boat.
Cala di Volpe is a bay and small community located in Arzachena in the province of Sassari, in north-east Sardinia. It lies in the historical and geographical region known as Gallura on the Costa Smeralda. Cala di Volpe is located between the broad beach of Juncu and Capriccioli . The town has a natural harbour. The bay is also famous for its namesake luxury hotel designed by Jacques Couelle and the superpanfili arriving in summer that dock on buoys, which are located in the south cove. Cala di Volpe has a small wooden pier. Some scenes from the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me were filmed in this resort town.
Very exclusive residential area of villas situated in the area between Cala di Volpe and Capriccioli. All residences are either directly facing the sea, or a few meters from the beautiful beaches of Petramanna/La Celvia and Capriccioli.
A charming cove north of Porto Cervo Marina within walking distance from it. Cala Granu has one of the most beautiful white sand beaches of Costa Smeralda with turquoise crystal clear waters.
It’s on the outskirts of Porto Cervo, facing the islands of Nibani and the charming Gulf of Pevero, in a very quiet position but close to the Village of Porto Cervo and to the Porto Vecchio, both within walking distance.
Residential area at the entrance of the bay of Porto Cervo, in a truly unique position: on one side the open sea and on the other the bay of Porto Cervo with the Village, the Old Port and the New Marina.
It probably is the most beautiful bay of Costa Smeralda, with two gorgeous beaches of white fine sand and turquoise crystal clear water. Behind the beaches the famous Pevero Golf Club designed by the great architect Robert Trent Jones.
It’s a historical place of Costa Smeralda extending from the sea, and counting some of the coast’s most prestigious villas facing some wonderful small beaches. Its hosts the prestigious Hotel Pitrizza and is encircled by some beautiful hills, where rocks and junipers are plentiful and afford a spectacular view of the Archipelago of La Maddalena.
Beautiful hill that dominates the Bay of Pevero with a breathtaking view that spans from Porto Cervo, the islands of Nibani, the beach of Grande Pevero up to the island of Tavolara at a distance. The beaches of Porto Paglia, Piccolo and Grande Pevero are at a very short distance.
One of the Mediterranean's best-equipped and most welcoming ports. Facing the most important piers there is the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, that organizes some of the most prestigious regattas of the Mediterranean.
The heart of Costa Smeralda, has one of the best equipped tourist ports in the Mediterranean. The village was built around the old port. The famous "piazzetta" is its heart, surrounded by the great fashion designer boutiques, bars, restaurants, with the villas looking over it from the surrounding hills.
The homonymous golf course was built in this area, one among the most beautiful golf courses in world, 18 holes designed by Robert Trent Jones. It extends from Cala di Volpe to the Bay of the Grande Pevero, with extraordinary views of the sea.
A spectacular natural cove. The heart of the village is the famous "piazzetta". Encircling the Majestic amphitheatre and the charming Church of San Lorenzo. The most beautiful yachts are at anchor in the tourist port, attracted by the magnificence of the sea and the unique natural beauty of the little islands of Soffi and Mortorio.
Large grain sand, shallow waters with sandy floor that can be perceived through sea clearness. The sea floor is rich and enchanting, a perfect place in Sardinia to snorkel and scuba diving.
Well known family beach, thanks to sheltered position from the wind and a big parking a few steps away that grants easy access. The beach is a stretch of light and clear sand, with just a few granite stones here and there.
This is a place to be. the turquoise and clear sea is highly recommended for swimming and snorkeling lovers, and the well kept sandy shore is where you want to lie and sunbathe. A quite shallow bottom that lowers gently is just the right one for families with children.
A very long and charming beach, pink sand and pristine waters. The beach has services, but you can easily find a secluded spot.
It's paradise on earth, a Caribbean beach in Sardinia. White sand, amazing sea, rich in marine fauna. It’s characterized by a tiny rocky island in the middle of the sandy shore.
Has been elected the best beach of the Costa Smeralda. It’s like a natural pool, an incredibly pristine sea and a long white sand seabed in which you can walk for meters. A true gem.
A handful of tiny and lovely creeks, amongst rocks and wild mediterranean nature, ideal for those who seek for privacy, especially in low season. It’s one of the 2 dogs beaches in Costa Smeralda and is to be found next to well known Romazzino hotel.
A nature run beach, on the border of Arzachena and Olbia municipality. One of the best beaches of the area, with a famous restaurant and facilities to rent sun umbrella and sun chairs. Quite thick sand due to its granite origin.
Small beach with a sea floor of fine and clear sand, the water is shallow and suitable for the smallest children to play.
This beach is composed of fine and white sand that gently slopes towards the emeralds of its waters, so it is particularly suitable for bathing especially children.
One of the smallest beaches of the Costa Smeralda, with a length of only 100 meters, a sandy beach with a shallow and sandy sea floor and a magnificent view of the Maddalena archipelago.