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Camping Baia Paradiso




This tourist resort in Gallura, nestled between the historic village of Castelsardo and the maritime center of Isola Rossa, is famous for the beauty of its beaches, including that of Li Junchi, among the
more extensive than Sardinia. A beach of fine sand about 8 km long, with crystalline and transparent waters, with a thousand shades. Every year sportsmen and fans of Surf, Windsurf and Kitesurf from all over the world meet on this beach to challenge each other in fierce international competitions and contests. A stretch of coast with a still wild charm, which houses some of the most popular beaches
beautiful northern Sardinia, with sand dunes extending to the sea and on which grow fragrant essences of the Mediterranean scrub and luxuriant vineyards, from which an excellent Vermentino is obtained.


Badesi is also known for its summer carnival which, every August 13 for more than thirty years, involves thousands of locals and tourists in a big party, including allegorical floats and masks that parade through the streets of the town. In 2017 the famous German tourist portal Wimdu elected Badesi among the top 10 most hospitable summer destinations in Italy. To be rewarded, not only its vocation to welcome, but also the beauty and charm of its nature:
“Badesi is letting itself be discovered thanks to its kilometer-long beaches of fine sand and its crystalline sea. Seeing is believing!"

The animation company will be present at the campsite from 1st July to 31st August.



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Just 5 km from Badesi we find the spectacular Costa Rossa, which includes the famous resort of Costa Paradiso and the town of Isola Rossa. This stretch of coast is known above all for its beautiful beaches and coves, characterized by rocks with different shades of pink and red. Often eroded by the wind,
they come to assume the strangest and most imaginative forms, in a landscape rich in green Mediterranean scrub.


The Costa Rossa is a continuous succession of inlets, fjords and natural pools, where the sea water has incredible shades between emerald green and the most intense blue. In a few kilometers you can find splendid beaches, such as the Marinedda, Cala Rossa, Tinnari, Li Cossi, Cala Sarraina and Cala Faa.

A sight not to be missed for swimmers, divers and hikers.



Starting from the port of Isola Rossa, about 10 km from the campsite, you can make excursions by boat to discover the most enchanting places on the coast of Northern Sardinia. You can choose half-day excursions to visit the splendid stretch of coast between Punta Li Cannedi, Costa Paradiso and the enchanting Tinnari cove. Daily excursions, on the other hand, allow you to discover the spectacular La Maddalena Archipelago National Park or the Corsican Archipelago, up to the characteristic town of Bonifacio. A very interesting alternative is the excursion along the coast by sailing boat proposed by Playa Sardinia, it is an educational excursion during which you can follow a general explanation on sailing and its characteristics, while discovering the wonders of marine area of the Gulf of Asinara.



Castelsardo is a picturesque village that stands on a rocky spur in the center of the Gulf of Asinara. The village still maintains the structure of a medieval stronghold, with its narrow streets and steep stairs that lead to the Doria Castle, whose rooms house the Museum of Mediterranean weaving. Castelsardo is famous for local craftsmanship, in particular for the colorful baskets woven using various plant fibers spread throughout the Mediterranean.


Just below the top of the castle and overlooking the sea, stands the cathedral of Sant'Antonio Abate dating back to the fourteenth century, which is noted for the particular bell tower covered with colorful majolica. There is no shortage of colorful local craft shops and quaint little restaurants, where you can end the day in style. A short stop at the nearby Roccia dell'Elefante is a must, located on the state road that connects Castelsardo to Sedini.



Alghero is one of the liveliest and most fascinating towns in Sardinia. This once Catalan city enchants us with its picturesque old town, its mix of cultural traditions and architectural styles and its craftsmanship linked to the creation of elaborate jewels with its world famous corals. Alghero is characterized by a very well-kept and preserved historic center, full of characteristic alleys that open onto lively squares lined with cafes, dominated by imposing bastions overlooking the sea, overlooking a harbor rich in tradition and enriched by a long sandy beach. The visitor can perceive here a singular atmosphere, which has a lot to do with the history of this city, the fifth largest in Sardinia: Alghero has been a Catalan territory for more than 400 years. The Sardinian inhabitants were replaced by the Catalans - and for this reason - even today the old inhabitants of Alghero speak Alghero, a Catalan dialect. the promontory of Capo Caccia is one of the natural spectacles found near Alghero.


The visitor can perceive here a singular atmosphere, which has a lot to do with the history of this city, the fifth largest in Sardinia: Alghero has been a Catalan territory for more than 400 years. The Sardinian inhabitants were replaced by the Catalans - and for this reason - even today the old inhabitants of Alghero speak Alghero, a Catalan dialect. the promontory of Capo Caccia is one of the natural spectacles found near Alghero.

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SANTA TERESA DI GALLURA The town is located at the far end of Northern Sardinia, on the western border of Gallura. It rises in the narrow natural inlet of Porto Longonsardo. The territory is characterized by granite outcrops and jagged coasts. Today's town was created from scratch during the Savoy presence and is neatly marked by straight streets, which cross at right angles, with the small square in the center where the church of San Vittorio stands. On the rocky promontory overlooking the sea stands the Longosardo Tower, built in the sixteenth century in the Aragonese period. From here the view embraces both the bay of Porto Longone and, in the background, the clear cliffs that surround the Corsican city of Bonifacio.

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On the left, the coast descends towards the Rena Bianca beach, characterized by splendid turquoise waters. We also recommend a visit to Capo Testa, a rock connected to the mainland by a strip of sand, which can be reached along a very scenic route, open on the bays of Colba and Santa Reparata. Among the modern and ancient quarries - here the Romans chose the stone for the columns of the Pantheon - and the scent of the vegetation of the scrub, we finally reach the Capo Testa lighthouse.

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The Capo Testa promontory extends 5 km west of Santa Teresa di Gallura and can be reached through a narrow sandy isthmus, formed by the Rena di Ponente and Rena di Levante beaches. The Cape is known for the gigantic granite cliffs that sink into one of the wildest and most evocative stretches of sea in the Mediterranean: the Strait of Bonifacio. An infinite network of paths branches off through an ancient military servitude: the territory is sprinkled with watchtowers and the ruins of recently restored old military buildings. Looking beyond the sea, you can admire the village of Bonifacio, perched on its white cliffs guarding the legendary strait.

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Capo Testa is worth a visit when the mistral blows with all its strength and the sea roars under the power of the wind: nature will be able to offer you a rare and suggestive spectacle. The promontory offers harsh and harsh views, but those who prefer the sweetness of the beach can choose from the many pearls that dot the Cape. Also not to be missed is the famous Cala Grande also known as the Valley of the Moon.



The Valle della Luna, a locality of the same name in the most famous valley of the moon on the Capo Testa promontory, is located near the town of Aggius, a characteristic village of Gallura surrounded by greenery in the Gallura mountains. The viewpoint over the valley is one of the most visited in Sardinia. From here you can enjoy a splendid view over the entire Valle della Luna, so named for the rocks with incredible shapes and strange arrangement, which recall a lunar landscape. Coming from Trinità d'Agultu, the Valley meets on the road to Aggius and is about 15 km from the sea. Near the viewpoint there is a nice little bar, where you can refresh yourself in the shade of the cork oaks. The village of Aggius, located in the heart of Gallura, is famous for the care of the ancient granite stone houses, considered among the most beautiful in the area.

The country's economy is based on the extraction and processing of granite, but it is also specialized in the production of carpets and in the art of weaving. Do not miss the Oliva Carta Cannas Ethnographic Museum. Inside are exhibited original objects and machinery that tell the history, culture, traditions of Aggius and all of Gallura. A unique museum is also the one dedicated to Banditry, of which Aggius was the capital for centuries. It is located in the old Magistrate's Court building, the oldest part of the country. In the archaeological field, of particular interest is the Nuraghe Izzana, the largest in Gallura, located in the center of the Valle della Luna. The advice is then to end the trip in one of the excellent farmhouses in the area.




Located in the territory of the Municipality of Porto Torres in the province of Sassari, Asinara is one of the most evocative islands in the Mediterranean, because it has kept its naturalistic charm unaltered. For a long time it was the site of a penal colony: this meant that visitors were, over time, numerically limited, thus preserving the natural environment. Since 1997 it has become a National Park and a usual destination for small cruises along the coast. Asinara could derive from the name of the Sardinian donkey - which here is albino and with very light eyes. The eastern side of the island is full of beaches and coves, such as those of pink granite, Cala Scombro and Sant'Andrea. The western side is instead characterized by high ridges that fall into the sea: among these Punta dello Scorno, marked by a lighthouse.


The island of Asinara can be reached from Porto Torres or from Stintino. From Porto Torres the ferries take about 1 hour and a half and arrive in Cala Reale, while from Stintino the crossing is much shorter and the ferries arrive in Fornelli. You travel only on foot or or you can take your own bicycle on board. The island can be visited in many ways, by land or by sea. By land: by normal or electric bicycle, by electric car, by bus, by 4x4 off-road vehicle, by green train. By sea from Stintino: on a sailing boat or catamaran, with a fishermen's boat to do "fishing tourism".

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The most beautiful swimming pool imaginable, boiling waters rich in mineral salts gush from the depths of the subsoil to marry with the fresh and pure ones of the Coghinas river. A completely successful marriage, which offers the visitor an absolutely suggestive and unusual scenario in which to immerse oneself, literally muddy, and then come out pure, refreshed in body as in spirit. The surrounding landscape is enchanting, on the banks of the river that divides the municipalities of Santa Maria and Viddalba. The waters have antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and decongestant properties, stimulation of the immune system and muscle relaxants. They fight rheumatism and osteoarthritis, psoriasis and dermatitis, sinusitis, rhinitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, as well as intestinal and gynecological problems. All just 10 minutes from Badesi.

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In March 1962 a small group of international financiers, headed by Prince Karim Aga Khan, created the Costa Smeralda Consortium with the aim of developing a vast territory of the municipality of Arzachena for tourism, included in the current stretch of coast about 55 km from Liscia. Ruja in Liscia di Vacca. A series of prestigious structures were gradually built on the affected land that attracted elite tourism: luxury hotels and exclusive villas became the summer destinations of high society and world economic power, attracting the interest of the magazines that promoted life. della Costa around the world.

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From the very beginning, this important project had the intention of preserving the beauty of the area, through the respect of particular building and architectural criteria in respect of the natural landscape.

This is how the "Mediterranean" style that characterizes Porto Cervo, the capital of the Costa Smeralda, was born, largely inspired by the characteristic buildings of rural Sardinia, able to fit in

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The archipelago of La Maddalena, consisting of 60 islands and islets distributed in the north-eastern marine area of Sardinia, is the first National Park of the island, established in 1996. The islands of the archipelago, of granite and schisty nature, boast conditions geomarines of great naturalistic value, also due to the scarce anthropization that over the centuries has not compromised their environmental value. The park covers an area of 50 sq km, and has a coastal development of 180 km. Among the most important islands, in addition to La Maddalena, the only one permanently inhabited since its foundation in 1770, there are Caprera, reachable through the Passo della Moneta bridge, Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria to the north, Spargi to the south. Of different sizes and of ancient geological formation - traces of Neolithic settlements (2500-2000) have been found on the island of Santo Stefano - it is possible to visit them thanks to the numerous short cruises, organized for a good part of the year. of La Maddalena, bordered by high fortifications, it is possible to admire the entire archipelago. Long a naval base of the Italian Navy, La Maddalena has seen its inhabitants coexist with the presence of Italian and American soldiers.

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The strategic position in the Mediterranean also attracted the attention of Napoleon Bonaparte and Admiral Nelson. Giuseppe Garibaldi also landed on the lands of the archipelago: the Hero of two worlds, who arrived on the island of Caprera, remained there until his death in 1882.

To be fully experienced and discovered, the wonderful archipelago must certainly be visited by boat, starting from Palau or Santa Teresa. The excursion to the islands, the clear sea, the colors, the typical scents of the Mediterranean scrub are all natural elements that will make you live an experience that you will not easily forget.


Your campsite by the sea in Northern Sardinia

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A few steps from the sea, in front of a deserted and wild beach of 9 km, sheltered by a high dune of golden sand, in the shade of a green forest of junipers, mastic trees and pines, Camping Baia Paradiso is the ideal solution for those who wish to spend their holidays in the name of unspoiled nature and clean sea, fun and relaxation.