Where are you going?
Loading
Loading
When will you leave?
How many people?
Adults
Children
Age of children
Room 1
Age of children
Additional Search Options
0
Loading content

The name of this part of the Sardinian coast, Costa Paradiso, or Paradise Coast, is self-explanatory. It is on the central northern coast of the island, with eight kilometres of characteristic red rocks shaped by the elements and transformed into the most beautiful natural sculptures.

Tuscany Sardinia Sicily Abruzzo Aosta Apulia Basilicata Calabria Campania Emilia-Romagna Friuli Lazio Liguria Lombardy Marche Molise Piedmont South Tyrol Umbria The Veneto Map of Italy

The crystal clear turquoise transparency of the sea, fine white sandy beaches and the many greens of the surrounding countryside make it truly idyllic. One of the most wonderful beaches in Sardinia can be found here, Li Cossi, framed in pink granite rock formations. Further south, under a mountain of the same name, is Tinnari beach, with a double arch sculptured in the rocks and figures that set the imagination roaming. The rock changes colour during the day, and is a true spectacle, as well as a perfect setting for photography enthusiasts. It is also a paradise for snorkelling, with transparent emerald green water and many coves and seabeds to explore.

Read more about Costa Paradiso

Hide text
 
 

Other popular choices in Sardinia

search map