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Turquoise seas, sandy beaches, and rich cuisine

The second-largest island of the Mediterranean, Sardinia is an exotic paradise, perfect to visit from early spring to early fall, when everything is bright and full of authentic flavors. This is an island of contrasting lifestyles, with a rich Catalan legacy mixing with African influence by proximity. From Cagliari to Sassari, from Bosa to Olbia, the island welcomes you with traditional Italian hospitality, and a wealth of things to see and do.

Gairo - Spiaggia di Su SirboniMkbrescia / CC BY-SA 4.0
Sardegna 2010, i graniti rossi di Su SirboniLuca Rossi / CC BY 2.0

Su Sirboni

Su Sirboni

Locals' Pick Deep waters, stunning landscapes

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This is my favourite local beach, you have to walk about 10 minutes from the road to get there, but it is the most beautiful beach with soft, white sand, shallow turquoise sea and rocky coast for snorkelling. Beware though; there are no cafes, lifeguards or facilities here, so bring everything you need.

Deep waters, stunning landscapes Editors' Note

Su Sirboni is one of the two landmark beaches of Gairo, not far from the Marina di Gairo: a scenic paradise of white sands and blue waters, surrounded by pink rocks and lush vegetation.

Not far from Su Sirboni you’ll find a small village of bungalows, abandoned for several years, and now incorporated in the nature of the place. Being windy, Su Sirboni is also an ideal destination for surfers. The beach is a favorite of scuba fishing enthusiasts.

Deep waters: watch over the kids if the play here.

Su Sirboni
Su Sirboni, Sardinia