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Wild and nature at it's best

A very nice place to visit on Sardinia. Away from mass tourism, surrounded by scenic countryside... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2017
hoek van holland
via mobile
Worth every effort!

The unspoiled part of Sardegna is defending its' purity through very difficult, but spectacular... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2015
Bogdan Leonard P
Constanta, Romania
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15 May 2017
“Wild and nature at it's best ”
31 Dec 2015
“Worth every effort!”
09031 Marina di Arbus, Sardinia, Italy
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Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

A very nice place to visit on Sardinia. Away from mass tourism, surrounded by scenic countryside and beaches to visit only by you.

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Reviewed 31 December 2015 via mobile

The unspoiled part of Sardegna is defending its' purity through very difficult, but spectacular access roads (SP65, through Montevecchio and Su Tanca is amazing!!) and, once you are there, especially off-season, you are charmed by the vastity of silence, nature beauty and wilderness of the...More

Thank Bogdan Leonard P
Reviewed 6 August 2015

The unspoiled part of Sardinia, preserved by overexploitation by the lack of a coastal road, still keeps exceptional beaches, and some of them are quite easy to access. By finding an accommodation in Fluminimaggiore or Arbus, one can enjoy an intense and satisfying experience in...More

2  Thank CesareBrizio
Reviewed 12 July 2015

The beaches are so different from one another. One beach is all sand. Another beach is all small pebbles that look like sand, but there is no sand. The pebbles massage your feet. The water is cool and gets deep fast. The beaches are worth...More

1  Thank jasoncerbone
Reviewed 30 September 2014

We took in Costa Verde as part of a drive. From Guspini go on west on the N 126 to Bidderdi, then look for a side road down to Naracauli and on to the southern end of Costa Verde. You'll go through beautiful mountain scenery,...More

1  Thank CandMhols
Reviewed 22 July 2014

We been travelling a lot every summer to different places in Spain, Portugal and Italy. We love to eat different foods and stayed in different hotel, apartment hotel, camping and of course boat adventure. All places we been was so beautiful but our boat trip...More

2  Thank sowee2day
Reviewed 15 August 2013

No words can describe the beauty of this fantastic coast. So many beaches, all different and stunning. Gorgeous landscapes. Far from mass tourism, this is truly paradise on earth.

6  Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 14 July 2013

Ended up at Piscinas beach after a long drive. Gorgeous beach (and that is saying something coming from an Australian)! The best and most interesting bit is he drive in through ghost towns populated only by mountain goats. Truly eerie. A whole story is here...More

3  Thank Martini465
Reviewed 8 August 2012

So many beaches and so few people, every beach is different, powder sand to stones, something for everyone

3  Thank exiledblue
Reviewed 8 March 2012

Absolutely phantastic views along the coastline, from Torre dei Corsari, along Marina di Arbus to Buggerru with its surreal rocks in the Mediterranean Sea. ENJOY!

5  Thank SASA S
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