We’re heading to the last of the stunning Costa S’meralda beaches now – the lovely Capriccioli.
It’s a small beach with a length of 200 meters is surrounded by an abundance of lush Mediterranean brush, with olive and pine trees.
The beach is divided into two parts by enormous granite rocks and is a gorgeous stretch of white sand and gently shelving waters.
The waters are very shallow and so very safe for children and other water babies!
As is common with the Costa Smeralda beaches there are lots of weird, weather beaten rocks that seem to have fallen from an alien planet.
The waters are as close to the Caribbean as you can get just three hours from the UK.
But luckily Sardinia doesn’t seem to have registered on the tourist hit list so far, so rampant development hasn’t happen and it retains a low key, laid back vibe.
With beaches this amazing though, I doubt it will be long before people looking for alternative, cheap holiday destinations start to wise up to this amazing island.