30 Blue Flag Beaches 2024 for your summer in Gallura

Palau, Santa Teresa Gallura, Badesi, Aglientu, Trinità d’Agultu, La Maddalena: relax on award-winning beaches during your holiday in Delphina hotels, residences, or villas.

Highly anticipated every year, the list of Blue Flag beaches 2024 is synonymous with breathtaking landscapes, sunbathing, and refreshing dips. These are beaches where you should lay your towel at least once in your lifetime. Whether you are on holiday with friends, family, or your significant other, we invite you to discover the beaches where the flag, symbolizing this coveted recognition, flies. No fewer than 30 beaches in 6 locations in Gallura, from Badesi to Palau, passing through the enchanting Archipelago of La Maddalena.

The Blue Flag is not just a piece of blue fabric: it is a seal of quality awarded by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) that recognizes seaside locations meeting criteria of excellence, such as clear waters, clean beaches, waste management, services for bathers, and the presence of hospitality and health facilities. In short, it is a paradise for those seeking a corner of relaxation without giving up all comforts.

Blue Flags 2024: the seal of quality for your seaside holidays in Sardinia

Blue Flags 2024 in Badesi

In front of the Resort & SPA Le Dune, the 8 kilometres of Li Junchi are famous for their soft sand and crystal-clear waters. Awarded the Blue Flag since 2016, this beach is ideal for family relaxation, children’s play, and long walks along semi-deserted stretches of coast. For water sports enthusiasts, it is also the perfect place for surfing, windsurfing, and sailing. Li Mindi, Lu Poltu Biancu, and Baia delle Mimose, towards the west, also retain their Blue Flag status, bathed by crystal-clear waters, perfect for those who love the freedom of wide-open spaces.

Blue Flags 2024: Li Junchi beach, in front of Resort & SPA Le Dune

Blue Flags 2024 in Costa Rossa

A few kilometres from Badesi, in the municipality of Trinità d’Agultu, there are three beaches that reconfirm this prestigious recognition. Imagine relaxing surrounded by the greenery of the Mediterranean scrub, with a backdrop of red rocks or enjoying fiery sunsets that paint the water and sky red. This is the landscape that characterizes La Marinedda beach, in front of the Hotel Marinedda, which once again ranks among the awarded beaches. Near the Hotel Relax Torreruja, the flag also flies on the lively promenade of Isola Rossa, on Spiaggia Longa, with shallow waters and turquoise waters, while calm and tranquillity await you at Cala Sarraina, a true natural theatre surrounded by the beauty of Costa Paradiso. Continuing east, the municipality of Aglientu can count on three reconfirmations: the beautiful beaches of Vignola Mare, Rena Majore, and Lu Chiscinagghju.

Blue Flags 2024: La Marinedda Beach in Badesi

Blue Flags 2024 in Santa Teresa Gallura

Santa Teresa Gallura is no less impressive, with six Blue Flag beaches. Rena Bianca and Rena di Ponente are just a taste of what you can find: shallow waters, transparent seas, and nature at your fingertips. The first is in the heart of the historic centre, a few steps from the coastal tower of Longosardo, the second on the west side of the isthmus of Capo Testa, an unmissable destination for lovers of walks among enormous granite boulders shaped by the wind. Along with these, Zia Columba/Rena di Levante, Santa Reparata, and Marmorata. All to be discovered during a holiday at the Resort Valle dell’Erica Thalasso & Spa.

Blue Flags 2024: Carlotto Beach, Archipelago of La Maddalena

Blue Flags 2024 in the Archipelago of La Maddalena and Palau

Guests of the Hotel Capo d’Orso, the Residence Il Mirto, and the Park Hotel Cala di Lepre can discover the Blue Flags of Palau Vecchio beach and the Isolotto. Easily reachable with a twenty-minute ferry ride from the port of Palau or with one of the boat excursions organized by Delphina, La Maddalena boasts the Blue Flag beaches of Spalmatore, Porto Lungo, Monti d’a Rena, Bassa Trinità, Carlotto, Nido d’Aquila, Lo Strangolato, Punta Tegge; on the island of Caprera, Cala Garibaldi, the Relitto beach with its fine white sand, famous for hosting an ancient vessel of which only the wooden skeleton remains today, and the beach of Due Mari, bathed by crystal-clear waters with a shallow, sandy seabed, and the Spiaggia del Pesce on the island of Santo Stefano.

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