Cala Spinosa

Cala Spinosa, Santa Teresa Gallura: Address, Cala Spinosa Reviews: 4.5/5

Cala Spinosa
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TrippiAds
Oxford, UK330 contributions
Jul 2019 • Couples
One of the best beach I’ve ever seen with its beautiful pinky color and the crystal water - quite difficult to get there but definitely worthy.
Written July 21, 2019
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Tom S
London, UK37 contributions
Sep 2014 • Couples
By far the most stunning beach we found during our stay in Porto Cervo. Well worth the hour drive there. However be sure to get there as early as possible to guarantee yourself a place as there is very limited space. Also by getting there early you can enjoy the idyllic beach in peace before it starts to become uncomfortably packed by 11-12pm. Be sure to bring snorkel and flippers as the water is crystal clear. There is also a beach bar back up at the top of the hill if you require lunch.

The walk down to the beach is pretty hazardous so I do not recommend it for the elderly and those who aren't the most active.
Written September 10, 2014
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sharkc01
Glasgow, UK160 contributions
Jun 2018
One of my favourite beaches. Small and tricky descent to get to but for the views, water and snorkelling for us was worth it. Note the trail down the cliff from the road is difficult for young kids, but doable with care, decent footwear and some help from parents (rock/water shoes worked well for us and are recommended for exploring the rocks when you get there too). Wouldn’t recommend with flip flops, although some did. Get there early to get a spot on the sand, or just dump your towel on the many (uncomfortable) rocks and spend the afternoon snorkelling like we did on our second visit! Loved snorkelling here, water was really clear (even when wavy) and saw my first cuttlefish hunting 😁. Also saw a large orange starfish, catfish, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, and various other fish - some swim really close to shore so is great for kids too - my 4 year old loved it! He also loved climbing over and exploring the rocks. My teen was happy to just chill out! We loved it so much the first time we went back for a second visit. Enjoy
Written June 28, 2018
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Arkion
Turin, Italy120 contributions
Aug 2020 • Friends
The beach is extremely beautiful and certainly not to lose, one of the best angle of paradise in the area. Although the beach bar makes you pay only to access the beach which is illegal as for italian law. Completely free access must be granted even if the beach is under private concession (article 11, law 217/2011 and law 296/2006). Therefore, please do not agree to pay because it is your own right not to.
Written August 12, 2020
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Yellenita
Split, Croatia1,129 contributions
Sep 2018 • Family
Most beautiful beach around, hidden gem. There is a narrow path going down, but it is worth the walk!
Written September 25, 2018
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Christopher T
Eustis, FL249 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
Truly beautiful beach surrounded by interesting rocks that remind me of the Seychelles, and crystal clear waters. Get here early, walk down the path next to the Sea Lounge entrance, and work your way over the rocks to the second beach. If you stay on the first beach, people will be walking over and around you all day. Stake out your spot and enjoy amazing swimming, jumping off rocks, snorkeling. Paradise!
Written September 19, 2018
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sccrref
Tucson,Az1,579 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
Not easy to get to but oh so worth it even for 60+ people like us. We set up a little pop up shade and enjoyed the water and the view. Access wasnt easy- we had to crawl under the fence/gate at Sea Lounge Beach Club but everyone was doing it. I think there is another way down further along the road. If we can do it anyone can. Lovely little cove
Written August 31, 2018
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aa27
Lausanne, Switzerland547 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
You need to go down a steep but short path to reach it. It's worth, the place is quite, the water clean and full of small fishes visible even without mask. The sand becomes quickly flat rocks, and you need to be careful not to put your feet on a orsine (but I saw few of them). Better to have swimming shoes. You have a view on the lighthouse and on the rocks of the coast. Rocks around the beach may offer some share, depending on the time of the day.
Written September 30, 2017
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Andreas A
Milan, Italy215 contributions
Aug 2017 • Friends
Wonderful little beach almost completely hidden. The only flaw is that there are no good services around for a couple of miles. But it must be visited.
Written August 15, 2017
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Francesco2601
London, UK357 contributions
Aug 2015 • Friends
We visited numerous beaches around Santa Teresa di Gallura – but Cala Spinosa won my heart hands down; It is at the end of the road that take to the Capotesta Peninsula – about 5 km from Santa Teresa;
The beach is accessible via a quite steep slope (nothing to be worried – there were elderly people that made it safely down there) but it is difficult if you are wearing flip-flop; Not advisable if you have young kids. Be there early cause as most of the beautiful spot – it get crowded; it has not got a “stabilimento” so you have to bring your own Umbrella. Dominating the beach there is a restaurant sea lounge – so if you need drink or food – you have a nearby place. Recommended;
Written September 21, 2015
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