Stintino beach

Stintino, SS

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Stintino beach

The beach of Stintino is located in the locality of the same name, in the Gulf of Asinara ; famous worldwide for the beauty of its beaches. In fact, it is one of the most beautiful areas of Sardinia, where you can admire paradisiacal landscapes and relax at the same time. The sea that bathes the Stintino beach is wonderful, the water takes on a light blue color, very similar to the Caribbean sea or the one that can be observed in the Maldives. Bathing in this area is an experience not to be missed that gives regenerating and unforgettable sensations. In some stretches of the Stintino beach, the beach is composed of white, shiny white sand, particularly blinding during the sunniest days. Furthermore, there are some stretches where the beach is composed of small white quartz pebbles and rocks where it is possible to practice snorkeling and admire the wonderful seabed rich in flora and fauna. The beach is equally divided between the free beach and the beach managed by the bathing establishments, which can also be booked online, where it is possible to rent relaxation equipment such as deckchairs, sunbeds and umbrellas as well as equipment for the practice of water sports . Among the most famous beaches in the area we highlight: – La Pelosa beach, a heavenly place besieged by tourists year after year. In this place, the water takes on a blue / blue color that leaves the mouth open, the bottom is very low and the sand is impalpable, giving an almost unreal feeling of softness. – Punta Negra beach, a quiet area immersed in the Mediterranean scrub, an ideal vacation spot for those who want to be in contact with nature. – The beach of the Saline . A long stretch of coast frequented above all by those who enjoy water sports such as kitesurfing, there is in fact a kite school on the southern stretch of the beach. To reach Stintino beach it is recommended to take a ferry to Porto Torres . From Porto Torres to Stintino it will be very easy to arrive, taking first the road SP / 57 and then the SP / 34.

Golfo dell'Asinara


Fine sand, Reef, Shingle
Mediterranean maquis
Water quality
Free, Managed
High season attendance


  • Comfort
  • Family
  • Sport
  • Wild


  • Bar
  • Bathhouse
  • Beach equipment rental
  • Boat trips
  • Campings
  • Harbour
  • Hotels
  • Parking area
  • Restaurants
  • Sailing school
  • Watersports
  • Watersports equipment rental


  • Kitesurf
  • Smoke Free
  • Snorkeling
  • Trekking


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5.0/5 2 reviews
  • Water cleanliness 5.0/5
  • Beach cleanliness 5.0/5
  • Natural beauty 5.0/5
  1. Review of Davide Davide 5.0/5 IT, 3 July 2019

    La Pelosa, le Saline, Punta Negra e Cala Lupo. Tutte spiagge da sogno ma è preferibile visitarle in bassa stagione.

  2. Review of Ilaria Ilaria 5.0/5 IT, 2 July 2019

    Spiagge che lasciano senza fiato per i loro colori. Il fatto che non si possa fumare è una conquista sia per la salute che per l’ambiente.

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