An easy-to-reach paradise: the 28 Blue flag beaches 2016 of Sardinia
- Published: 28-06-2016
- Category: Places to See
The small towns are eleven. The places are twenty-eight, a real record. It says a lot for the beauty of the island. These are the Blue flag beaches 2016 of Sardinia. Twenty-eight small and easy-to-reach paradises.
This is the list of the 28 Blue flag beaches 2016 in Sardinia and the eleven small towns where they are:
- Badesi (in the province of Olbia-Tempio): Li Junchi.
- Santa Teresa di Gallura (in the province of Olbia-Tempio): Rena di Ponente, Rena Bianca, Zia Culumba.
- La Maddalena – Caprera (in the province of Olbia-Tempio): Due Mari, Relitto, Spalmatore, Porto Lungo.
- Palau (in the province of Olbia-Tempio): Palau Vecchio, Isuledda (Porto Pollo), Sciumara, mouth of Liscia river.
- Castelsardo (in the province of Sassari): Madonnina/Stella Maris, Sacro Cuore/Ampurias.
- Sorso (in the province of Sassari): Marina di Sorso (IV and V Pettine).
- Sassari: Porto Ferro.
- Oristano: Torregrande.
- Tortolì (in the province of Ogliastra): Lido di Cea, Lido di Orrì (first and second beach), Muxì (il Golfetto), Orrì Foxilioni, Ponente, Porto Frailis.
- Quartu Sant’Elena (in the province of Cagliari): Mare Pintau, Poetto.
- Teulada (in the province of Cagliari): Portu Tramatzu, Sabbie Bianche, Tuerredda.
Some of them, such as Tuerredda, are among the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia. Others, however, are less-known and, for this reason, even more special places.
What is the Blue flag
The Blue flag is a certification by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). The FEE is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organisation. The Blue flag is sought for beaches as an indication of their high environmental and quality standards.
In fact, the standards of the Blue flag are really stringent. And they include:
- water quality
- environmental education and information
- the provision of services
- general environmental management
In other words, these 28 Sardinian beaches have all the characteristics you may need to spend very unforgettable holidays.
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