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On the Costa Paradiso, there are easily accessible paths down to the sea and an endless number of coves to discover via magnificent paths between land and sea:

  • Li Cossi: a real jewel of the Gallura region, enclosed by a magnificent natural amphitheater. You can reach it by a path with a breathtaking path suitable for everyone.

  • Those who want to go a few steps further can reach Cala Tinnari, a completely unspoiled pebble beach. Your efforts will surely be rewarded by the nooks and crannies that will amaze you with their colors and sensations.

  • Li Baietti: two real natural swimming pools surrounded by imposing granite rocks. 

  • Li Tamerici: very small beach much loved by mothers with children thanks to the easy access to the sea.

  • Le Sorgenti: sand terraces from which comfortable steps lead down to the sea. The real spring is nearby with its fresh, revitalizing water.


During your holiday, don't miss out on a boat trip to the Archipelago of La Maddalena or the island of Asinara.


Santa Teresa di Gallura is also worth a visit, the last strip of Sardinia, the promontory of Capo Testa, the fishing village of Isola Rossa, the endless beach of Badesi and Valledoria and the medieval village of Castelsardo which overlooks the center of the Gulf of Asinara.


Leaving the coast for a moment and entering the heart of Sardinia, nature reigns unspoiled and pristine in the Valle Della Luna, a wilderness of cork trees and majestic granite rocks. 

And don't miss out on the enchanting beauty of the typical village of Aggius with its heritage of tradition and culture.

  • Special - explore the Costa Paradiso by jogging, bicycling or Nordic walking.

  • Enchanting - explore the jagged coastline by canoe, rubber dinghy or pedal boat trips. 

  • Fascinating - explore the beautiful backdrops and evocative encounters equipped with fins, mask, and snorkel.

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