Tour of the most beautiful and unmissable beaches of the Costa Smeralda

Tour of the most beautiful and unmissable beaches of the Costa Smeralda

The Costa Smeralda: a place that has long been synonymous with luxury, elegance, and natural beauty. What makes it so special is its captivating coastline characterized by pristine white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and breathtaking landscapes. It's these beaches that attract thousands of tourists from around the world every year, and during a vacation in this spectacular location, a tour of the most beautiful and unmissable beaches is definitely a must.

First stop: Capriccioli Beach

Certainly one of the most photographed beaches of the Costa Smeralda, and it's easy to see why. A dream bay, with fine white sand and crystal-clear water, caressed by a gentle sea breeze.

Second stop: Principe Beach

Known as one of the pearls of the Costa Smeralda, this beach is surrounded by lush vegetation and offers incredibly clear turquoise waters. The contrast between the green of the Mediterranean shrubs and the blue of the sea creates a breathtaking scenery.

Turquoise Waters and Pristine White Sands on Costa Smeralda Beaches

Third stop: Liscia Ruja Beach

Also known as Long Beach, it is the longest beach on the Costa Smeralda. Thanks to its space, this beach is the ideal place for a relaxing stroll along the shore and to find a quiet corner all to yourself. Furthermore, its crystal-clear and shallow water makes it perfect for swimming and snorkeling.

Fourth stop: Cala di Volpe Beach

Famous for being one of the favorite spots of VIPs and celebrities. This beach on the Costa Smeralda is surrounded by luxurious hotels and offers an exclusive atmosphere.

Fifth stop: Grande and Piccolo Pevero Beach

Two beaches side by side that represent a true must-see of the Costa Smeralda. Grande Pevero, with its impressive panorama of sculpted rocks and distant islands, is the ideal destination for water sports enthusiasts, such as windsurfing and kayaking.

Sixth stop: Romazzino Beach

It takes its name from the rosemary plant that grows in the midst of the Mediterranean scrub. It stands out from the other beaches for its not-too-fine sand and not excessively shallow seabed. Here, the experience is complemented by the scents of lush vegetation that waft through the air.

Seventh stop: Cala Battistoni

It is the central beach of the village of Baja Sardinia. The panorama of the clear sea is made unforgettable by the splendid view of Caprera and the Maddalena Island.

Eighth stop: Phi Beach

Our private beach is the ideal destination for those who want to experience a new beach experience. A day to spend moments of relaxation by the sea, lying on comfortable sun loungers, while sipping a glass of champagne. At lunchtime, space is given to the high-level cuisine of chef Alessio Marcoccio: contemporary fusion dishes to be enjoyed at the Beach Restaurant of the Clicquot Island, our exclusive lounge concept recognized by the champagne house as one of the five most exclusive Clicquot terraces in the world.

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