The site arzachenacostasmeralda.it has compiled a list of the ten most fascinating beaches of Costa Smeralda , unique places where the clear water of the sea meet the shores of pristine white sand , immersed in the scents of the Mediterranean maquis.
The municipality of Arzachena, the administrative capital of Costa Smeralda has more than 50 different beaches of great charm and beauty, characteristics which made them famous throughout the world.
Starting from Cannigione eastward we meet Lu Multiccioni Beach , a small beach interspersed with gorse , rosemary and cysts and l’Ulticeddu Beach a sheltered bay, nestled between the rocks with transparent waters.
Continuing, we meet the famous Tanca Manna a large and well equipped beach , characterized by white fine sand and protected by vegetation, ideal for children and water sports or beach games lovers.
The ponds, Saloni, wetland of national importance which covers 30 acres, on the edge of an oasis of permanent wildlife behind the gulf of Cannigione, are the background to the beaches of Pitrizza and La Sciumara ; beautiful equipped shores with golden sands of granitic origin and emerald green water .
Going on towards Baja Sardinia meet the beaches of Lu Postu, Ea Bianca, Lu Nibbaru and Mucchj Bianchi all very peculiar .
The small peninsula of Capo Ferro, which take the name from the lighthouse that marks the entrance south-east of the Strait of Bonifacio and overlooks the Costa Smeralda surrounded by the beaches Pitrizza, Liscia di Vacca and Cala Granu.
The latter is a beautiful bay nestled between pristine nature and rocks sculpted by time . Its waters take on different shades from emerald green to deep blue, lapping the pristine sand . Due to its sheltered position and the fact that it is easily accessible is ideal for families and for those who love privacy and tranquility.
Moving to the south are the famous beaches of Capriccioli, Poltu li Coggji, Liscia Ruja and La Celvia , real symbols of the wonders of Costa Smeralda whose emerald waters do not regret the Caribbean. The typical pink granite shaped by wind and the unmistakable aroma of junipers are the corollary to this scenario without equal .