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A Typical Beach in Sardinia

 

 

Sardinia may not possess countless islands similar to that of Indonesia, but this Italian island does offer a great selection of coasts and beaches that would surely keep you coming back for more.
 
Read on to learn about three of the best beaches in Sardinia.
 
1. Chia
 
Definitely one of the most spectacular beaches in Sardinia, Chia constantly draws travelers to experience its powdery white sands and dunes, including the Phoenician ruins nearby. Visitors generally reserve an accommodation close to this beach, and most of the time, day trippers don’t bring their own food when visiting the beach as there is already a restaurant built in close proximity. 
 
2. Costa Smeralda
 
Meanwhile, affluent travelers could enjoy the seeming exclusivity offered by Costa Smeralda, which is not just a short strip of beach but is included in an entire shoreline. Hence, you won’t have to worry about your co-beach bums crowding the entire beach. 
 
3. La Maddalena
 
Lastly, you could choose to sail off to the northern part of Sardinia, and visit the La Maddalena Island, wherein a good number of pretty, white-sand beaches are waiting for you. Aside from this, you could go on a little adventure, and discover more beaches, coves and inlets with amazingly turquoise waters while in the island. 
 
On the whole, Sardinia is, without a doubt, a magnificent island that is an excellent haven of beach lovers.
 

So start planning your next trip to the beach now!

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