Beaches of Sardinia

Nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia looks like a big footprint. Which is appropriate because the best way to see its hidden delights is by foot.  At around 24,000 square kilometres, it is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and Sardinia's pearly white beaches often appear on lists of the world’s best beaches. From Capo Testa in the north to Capo Teulada in the south, you are guaranteed to see amazing beaches here. The island is surrounded by a number of bays, cliffs, isles and a clear blue sea, and divers will love places like Asinara Island, Capo Caccia, and the archipelago (and national park) of La Maddalena.
Discover the breathtaking Li Coggi Beach, Mortorio Island beach which can only be reached by boat of the sea caves of Cala Gonone.

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