Cala Brandinchi, Capo Coda Cavallo
(4.2/5 based on 2,000+ reviews on the web)
Featuring fine sand with wild lilies that burst out between the dunes, Cala Brandinchi is a destination beach. Rent a small boat and paddle out to see how the clear, deep water changes from aquamarine to deep blue. You can rent a beach chair and umbrella, or even a campsite, along the shore. If you'd rather not rough it, you can choose from several hotels. Add Cala Brandinchi to your Capo Coda Cavallo travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Capo Coda Cavallo travel itinerary planner.
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  • White sand, clear sea. Shallow water suitable for babies. Needless to describe it definitely must go! Get ready to code is always crowded. Council to bring food from home, the bar offers food and expensive, and after tens of minutes spent in the tail end stocks. Very bad!
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  • When you get to this beach, you can't not be fascinated. The bottom is very low and the crystal clear water is extraordinary. Other than Caribbean. Of course I can't imagine in July and August the crowd. We stayed in October and the lack of presence of people and the silence that surrounds it is extraordinary. For me it's the most beautiful beach that has nothing to envy the rival Beach "La Pelosa".
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  • This beach is called tourists "small Tahiti", for its shallow and the extraordinary transparency of its waters. From Sardinia, I can say with pride and a touch of pride, that is so beautiful as to not require any kind of comparison. The only, which in my humble opinion can compete for beauty and quality of services is "La Pelosa" of Stintino, that has nothing to envy to Cala Brandinchi. The beach is needless to say, it's super crowded during the summer months and also in September, since the morning. After ten is difficult enough to find a spot, but the presence of dunes and the fact that the beach is quite long, makes it possible to carve out a corner (no privacy) to lay out towels and place the parasol. The backdrop is very low and the water clarity is extraordinary. The natural scenery, with the island of Tavolara makes wild, despite the presence of services. The only downsides is the price of the parking areas of 2 euros per hour. Nevertheless, it's still worthwhile.
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  • One of the best beaches I've been to in Sardinia. Keep in mind the beach is only about 2-3m deep so during high season you will be touching towels with your neighbour. Although renting a bed and umbrella is very expensive (compared to other beaches) - 30-35 euros, I think it's worth it as you will enjoy the beach more :)
  • The best sea and the best beach of the area. Ruined by a stupid parking that cost 2.50€/h. Also the price of the restoration service are too high.
  • Amazing beach better at dawn and at sunset cos at other time it's crowded. Anyway you can always find your private spot but I won't tell you where.
  • Beautiful and amazing water. Not a big beach (very little sand) can get really crowded but if you plan you day right you will have an amazing time
  • Best series of beaches outside of Olbia. You can keep traveling south if you wish to find more.