ISOLA ROSSAA Place in the Sun
The name Isola Rossa comes from the small red island that stands in front of the village, just a few hundred meters off the coast, with its pink granite rocks. Just 4km away from the town of Trinità d’Agultu, Isola Rossa has always been known as a landing point, thanks to its natural bay that always served as port. An authentic fishermen’s village, grown around the Aragonese Tower, to become, later in the 1970s, a beautiful and popular seaside resort, offering visitors many tourist services, even considering its key position in relation to other popular touristic spots on Sardinia’s northern coast, as Alghero, Stintino, Castelsardo, Santa Teresa Gallura, la Costa Smeralda and Bonifacio in Corsica.
Over the last decades, Isola Rossa created a touristic port, several residential, accomodation and sports facilities, more services, boat rentals, supermarkets and, most of all, excellent restaurants where you can treat yourself with delicious, authenthic sea cuisine, fresh fish and lobster caught in the day.
SPIAGGIA LONGA BEACH
Fine, white sand and crystal clear water. Ideal for families with kids as the seabed has a gentle slope. Most of the beach is free and you can find two food and beverage kiosks; a smaller part is equipped with sun loungers, beach umbrellas and offers a services center where you can rent canoes, pedal boats, dingy and jet sky rental, water skiing, and diving center.
SPIAGGETTA LI FEMINI BEACH
Located next to Marina Isola Rossa, ideal for families with younger kids and for those who would like to learn how to fish. Its name “Li Femini”, meaning “The Women” in Gallurese dialect, comes from the fact that in the past mostly women would sunbathe.
La MARINEDDA BEACH
A beach with fine white sand, hidden in a bay between Isola rossa and Punta Li Caneddi. It is quite famous among surf lovers and enthusiasts and every year hosts an international wave Surf Contest. Part of the beach is equipped with sun loungers and beach umbrellas and it offers sea sports, a sailing school as well as kiosks and restaurant by the sea.
CALA ROSSA BEACH
Cala Rossa is a touristic resort that overlooking the Canneddi peninsula. Cala Rossa beach, located right before Costa Tinnari, is immersed in a magnificient natural setting, characterized by a beautiful sea pine forest and the presence of quartz crystals that frame the pristine beach and the crystal-clear sea … A truly ideal place for nature lovers.
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LI FERULI BEACH
Just a 10 minutes drive from Isola Rossa, it can also be reached with a trek on a beautiful natural path, surrounded by Isola Rossa wild nature. An excellent spot for those who love wide spaces and pristine nature. The long beach is completely free.
Li tinnari BEACH
A gorgeous bay, hidden between granite rocks, the beach was formed by small trachyte stone debris and seashells. It can’t be reached by care, but only walking from Monte Tinari or by the sea with a dingy. An ideal place for those who love calm and privacy in a natural paradise.
Li COSSI BEACH
Li Cossi or Costa Paradiso is a small natural bay, well sheltered by the wind. To reach it you have to get to Costa Paradiso by car and then walk 10 minutes on a suggestive, very beautiful trail. An ideal place to make both families with kids and scuba diving, snorkeling lovers happy.
A romantic, out of time place. Several small coves, sheltered by the wind with fine pink rock sand. The red rocks and reefs, making a striking contrast with the surrounding wild green nature, make this place unique and an perfect setting for enjoying amazing sunsets. You can find a restaurant and a kiosk on the beach.
Featurng white, medium gran sand and protected on the two edges by two different shades reefs, with green mediterranean scrub, it overlooking a crystal clear sea whose nuances range from deep emerald green to blue, with rocks emerging from the water and a beautiful, medium-depth, mostly rocky seabed.
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