Lovers of vast sandy beaches will be more than happy to go to Santa Magherita di Pula in the southwest of Sardinia. The elegant hotels along the coast also offer a variety of watersport activities, for those who want a more active holiday.
The coastline in between the tourist resorts remains unspoilt.© Melanie Challe / EASYVOYAGE
With its calm, crystal-clear waters and rocks eroded by the sea, the surroundings here are extremely typical of the Sardinian coast.© GRAPHICOBSESSION
The majority of the club hotels in northern Sardinia are located around Ottiolu and Budoni, where the small beaches along the coast are sheltered by pine forests.© Melanie Challe / EASYVOYAGE
To the south of the bay, the Dorgali region, and Cala Gonone in particular, is home to some very striking scenery, with limestone cliffs plummeting into the turquoise waters below.© GRAPHICOBSESSION
The Dorgali region is worth a visit if only for its many caves, which can be found both on land and at sea. Further south, in Tortoli, the Red Rocks of Arbatax are another sight not to be missed.© levranii / 123RF