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Booking beaches Sardinia

Beaches to visit in Sardinia, Chia, Cala Cipolla


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Booking beaches Sardinia

Sardinia's closed beaches are becoming increasingly popular with tourists seeking to preserve the island's natural paradises. While some beaches only require you to arrive early in the morning, other beaches require a reservation to guarantee access.

For those looking to plan their trip to Sardinia, an up-to-date guide and map of the island's restricted beaches is now available!

In this guide, the limited number of beaches and how to make the beach reservations most popular in Sardinia

Which beaches are closed in Sardinia

Beach La Pelosa is a popular destination for thousands of locals and tourists. For this reason - precisely to protect the beauty of this place - access to the beach is limited

, also known as 'Tahiti' for its fine white sand, is located on the north-eastern coast of Sardinia in the municipality of These two beaches are closed

The Bidderosa Oasis is located on the east coast of Sardinia in the municipality of Orosei.  

Beach La Pelosa

La Pelosa, located in the municipality of Stintino, is one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia and admission is limited so reservations are required.

Coticcio Cove

Cala Coticcio, located in the Archipelago de It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia and has a limited number of visitors. Access is limited to a maximum of 60 people per day, and reservations can only be made on the website of the National Park of the Archipelago de at a cost of 3 euros per person. In addition, it is necessary to be accompanied by an environmental hiking guide.

Another of the Closed beaches in Sardinia è located in the municipality of Baunei. This beach is wild and unspoilt, and can only be reached on foot. Access is limited to a maximum of 250 people per day, and entry is booked through the 'Heart of Sardinia' app or on WhatsApp. The cost of the ticket, which includes access, parking and the route, is 6 euro.

FREE BEACHES
This article lists the closed beaches in Sardinia where you need to book and buy a ticket online to gain access.

It must be said, however, that there are many free (free) beaches all over Sardinia! So if you don't feel like buying a ticket, you can still choose from hundreds of beautiful beaches, from north to south.

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in Baunei
Cala Goloritzè, , Cala of the Seagulls, , ,
Beach at Baunei
and Cala Brandinchi at
Coticcio Cove
Cala Brigantine
in La Maddalena
(Knight's Beach)
La Pelosa in Stintino
in Villasimius
Porto Sa Ruxi in Villasimius
Tuerredda Beach in Teulada

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