Panoramica spiaggia La Pelosa, Stintino (SS)

Panoramica spiaggia La Pelosa, Stintino (SS)

Panoramica spiaggia La Pelosa, Stintino (SS)

Panoramica spiaggia La Pelosa, Stintino (SS)

Panoramica spiaggia La Pelosa, Stintino (SS)

Panoramica spiaggia La Pelosa, Stintino (SS)

Holiday in Stintino

The delightful fishing town of Stintino looks out over the Gulf dell’Asinara and is an ideal Sardinian touristic spot for a seaside holiday.
The village is renowned for the unique colour of the sea which distinguishes its two main beaches: La Pelosa, e Le Saline.
La Pelosa is set in front of a breath-taking view of Isola Piana and Asinara, at the base of Capo Falcone and because of its blinding white beach and its crystalline sea, it is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the whole of Italy.
The beach takes its name from the Aragonian tower found on the island opposite it. La Pelosetta is a beach of great beauty which has to its right the islands of Isola Piana and Asinara, and opposite the little island of La Pelosa, while it is delimited to the North by Capo Falcone.
Spiaggia delle Saline is close to the structure of the Vecchie Salline and is a bustling place during the Summer season. It is a long extension of pure white silky sand overlooked by another tower of Spanish origin, which is among the most ancient in the island. The beach of Ezzi Mannu is a mixed of clear sand and white pebbles looking out over a transparent sea. It is characterized by dunes covered in coastal vegetation.
Spiaggia Pazzona is marked by white sand, rich in quartz fragments, and fine gravel which offers a sheer transparent sea. Cala Coscia di Donna is a little beach of grey gravel mixed with pebbles and stones with a splendid transparent sea.
Delimited by dark cliffs and surrounded by thriving maquis shrubland, Punta Negra beach, is a wonderful spot from which to delight in a fascinating view over the Gulf of Stintino and the tower of La Pelosa.