Sardinia: these are the Blue Flag beaches for 2017

Blue Flag 2017 beaches in Sardinia

If we’re talking about beaches, Sardinia, for many, represents the best. But you are not satisfied. For your holidays, this year, you want the best of the best. In other words, you want to know what are, in 2017, the Blue Flag beaches of Sardinia.

Here you have it.


The Blue Flag

It can be considered as the most desired award that a beach can ever receive. The Blue Flag attests that a place is a top tourist destination for:

  • Environmental education and information;
  • Water quality;
  • Environmental management;
  • Services and security.

The Blue Flag is awarded annually by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). For further information, the official website is

And now it is time for the Blue Flag beaches of Sardinia:



  • Quartu Sant’Elena: Poetto, Mare Pintau.
  • Teulada: Portu Tramatzu, Sabbie Bianche, Tuerredda.



  • Tortolì: Lido di Cea, Lido di Orrì, Muxì, Orrì Foxilioni, Ponente, Porto Frailis.



  • Santa Teresa Gallura: Rena Bianca, Rena Ponente, Zia Culumba, Rena di Levante.
  • Palau: foce del fiume Liscia, Palau Vecchio, fronte Stagno Saline, Isolotto, l’Isuledda, La sciumara.
  • Arcipelago della Maddalena: Bassa Trinità, Monti D’A Rena, Due Mari, Tegge, Relitto, Spalmatore, Porto Lungo.
  • Badesi: Li Mindi/Lu Stangioni, Pirotto Li Frati/Baia delle Mimose, Li Junchi.



  • Oristano: Torregrande.



  • Sassari: Porto Ferro, Porto Palmas.
  • Sorso: Spiaggia della Marina, Marina di Sorso.
  • Castelsardo: Madonnina/Stella Maris, Sacro Cuore/Ampurias.


How can you visit the Blue Flag beaches of Sardinia? There’s a very easy way: you just have to book the ferry trip.


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