Cala Tinnari

Cala Tinnari, Costa Paradiso: Address, Cala Tinnari Reviews: 4.5/5

Cala Tinnari
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Abraham S
Ohningen, Germany238 contributions
Best beach in Costa Paradiso, but you need to take a long walk....
Jun 2019 • Family
Park your car in the east end of the resort (if you find a parking space, it's almost always crowded). Take a walk alongside the rocks of about 800 m, then you reach a staircase with 50 stairs minimum. Below is a sandy beach with a small bar and sunbeds/umbrellas for rent.
Written July 1, 2019
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DanielGard
Grenoble, France3 contributions
Cala Tinnari is a wonderful wild beach
Jun 2018 • Family
Cala Tinnari is a wonderful wild beach. It can be reached by boat or after a 30 minute walk. It is a quiet beach and the landscape is gorgeous.
Written July 15, 2018
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Ester S
9 contributions
Excellent spaggia!
Aug 2017 • Family
Very nice beach with very few people. You have to park the car and walk approximately 30 minutes to reach the beach, the views are spectacular. An other way to go there is by boat from Isola Rossa. It is very good for snorkeling.

Written August 6, 2017
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monikaholubowicz
London, UK5 contributions
Worth the effort..
Sep 2016
The access to the beach is not that easy but when you finally get there you will be amazed by the outstanding view.. The Tinnari beach can be reached via walk of about 20-30 min along the path made of the small pebbles and as you walk the path descends along the slops of Mount Tinnari. Even if you feel like giving up along the way- please don't - it is really worth the effort ! . It’s a beautiful cove ,quite secluded and is mostly made up of small pebbles carried by the river flows on the right side. Cala Tinnari beach is located on the unspoiled stretch of coast and I would say it is very unique. The beach has no facilities so make sure you are well prepared and bring proper footwear and your own amenities. Great place for snorkeling - amazing undersea world...
Written September 21, 2016
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Emma J
3 contributions
Steep descent down to a beautiful beach
Sep 2016 • Family
We visited here with two young children (4 and 2 years). It is quite a steep, rocky trek down to the beach. We made the mistake of trying to get down there with our all-terrain buggy.... We used the toddler carrier on the way back and it was much easier. So leave the pram behind and use a sling where possible. Definitely no disabled access either. Park at the top on the road and the walk is about 1.7km to the beach.

The beach is stony and pebbly, with rocks and pebbles on the seabed. The water is perfectly crystal clear, with blues and green shades that just looks wonderful. There is some shade on the beach from the big rocks. The middle 'spit' that points to some rocks in the centre is great for exploring. Our kids were happy here all day, paddling and playing with the stones. We took some chalks for them to draw on the stones and they were well entertained by this.

There are no facilities here at all, so take what you need for the day. Some people arrived by speedboat, and left the same way. We spoke to a local family who said the beach is always quiet because of the access. Overall, a gorgeous beach just be prepared for the tricky walk down - and back up again! It took us about an hour to get down, and just over that to get back up again.
Written September 12, 2016
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ZEF74
Camberley, UK45 contributions
Worth the hike!
Aug 2016 • Couples
Having read about this beach on a 'Best Places to Snorkel in Sardinia' I wanted to go. However getting there isn't that easy to get to! You can get a boat from Costa Paradiso but we decided to walk!! It is a challenging walk down to the beach, no signs and choices of paths at times. We Made it to the beach and it was well worth it, very quiet, lovely snorkelling and tranquility. Getting up to the top is easier than getting down. Wear good walking shoes and take lots of water!!
Written August 28, 2016
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Mathias D
Sliema, Malta67 contributions
Beautiful isolated beach
Aug 2015 • Family
Only reachable by Stefano's boat from Costa Paradiso (10€ return p.p.) or somewhere by car and a longish hike, this beach is isolated and little frequented contrary to Li Cossi that is a bit of a sardine can in high season. Not a sandy but rather a pebbly beach, it sports a fantastic rock formation at its centre that offers a great snorkling experience.
Written August 31, 2015
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