Equipped beach “La Pizzichina”

Sardinia is another thing, lovely space about one and travelling distances, nothing finished, nothing final, it is like liberty itself…” DH Lawrence (Sea and Sardinia)

At about 400 m from the main building, next to the small port of Costa Corallina, there is the equipped beach of the Hotel “La Pizzichina”, reachable on foot or through the free shuttle service available all day long. Beach umbrellas and sun beds can be booked directly at the Reception of the Hotel at a daily rate or for the whole duration of the stay, whereas the hire of canoes is free of charge for guests of the Hotel.
Furthermore, on the beach there is the small bar “Il Chioschetto” that offers a small Restaurant service during lunch time and by reservation organizes tasty aperitifs and private dinners.

Free beaches

Within the bay of Costa Corallina there are many beaches and coves, whose diversity by type and size contributes to enrich the beauty of the landscape of this small coastline. Both next to the equipped beach “La Pizzichina” and on the opposite side of the small port, you can follow small paths among the reefs that allow you to reach the various beaches, also offering a great starting point for a walk rich of scents and fascinating sights especially at sunset.

Marine Protected Area

The marine protected area of Tavolara, Molara and Punta Coda Cavallo includes about 15.000 hectares of sea and over 40 km of coastal territory, which the bay of Costa Corallina is also part of. It represents one of the most beautiful landscape stretches of Sardinia, thanks to its abundance of beaches and fascinating coves and the variety of animal and coral species that characterize the underwater landscape.
Inside the marine park, the Island of Tavolara undoubtedly stands out for size and particularity, reachable by private boat or through the ferries that are available during the summer months with departure from Porto San Paolo (1 km from the Hotel). Other places of great naturalistic interest are the islands of Molara and Molarotto, low and round, but that contrast with the vertical cliffs of Tavolara.

For further information on the disposition of the areas and on the territory of the Marine Area, you can visit the web site www.amptavolara.com.

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