There’s no other words to describe our next Sardinian hot spot – simply stunning just about covers it.
La Pelosa beach (Spiaggia della Pelosa) with its warm shallow turquoise waters and glittering white sands, is a true oasis of wonder.
It could easily stand as possibly the best beach I have ever been to, it’s that incredible.
The beach is 300 meters long – and up to 60 meters wide in some spots and is overlooked by an ancient sixteenth century watchtower.
There are two main inlets, each with its own small harbour: The old port is Minori (small) and the new port is Mannu (big)
These unreal azure waters and pristine sands are like a little taste of the Caribbean but just under three hours from the UK!
The imposing stone tower, the Torre della Pelosa, used to be part of Sardinia’s marine defense system but now just serves as yet more stunning scenery.
With it’s shallow waters barely coming up to waist height, this beach is a magnet for families and tourists alike.
As it’s October we are lucky enough to get the benefit of relatively warm weather but the bonus of sparse crowds. I would imagine in the height of summer this place is thronged.
I could wax lyrical for every and a day about the crystal clear waters with gentle ripples revealing the pure white sands beneath.
The sea, the glorious sea! In places turquoise, in others azure, teal and cadet blue.
Soft fine sand swirls beneath our feet as we wade through the shallow waters of the bay.
In short, as close to beach paradise as you’ll likely to come in Europe. No wonder the man is jumping for sheer joy!
We’ll do our best not to look too smug, but hey! Who can help it when the view is this good!
If you’re heading to Sardinia then you’d be very foolish not to check out this slice of paradise. But try out of season to avoid the heaving masses!!