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- I would recommend to be there early as it gets busy really quickly. August and September are the best months to swim (sea very warm)Written September 4, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Nice harbour and two lovely sandy beaches. Not many shops to browse in, but consequently not over-commercialised. Some nice bars, but it was difficult to find one which served food early evening (apart from the excellent Coccodrillus). This may have been because it was the last week of the season as we were told that the village effectively closes down in October. Some run-down and disused buildings, sad to see a beach bar all boarded up. No sign of any easily accessible public loo's! Roads are closed off to traffic at 8pm, which was good. We were happy as this was the sort of holiday we were looking for, but it may not suit if you like a lively night-life.Written October 2, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Rented a car and found this beautiful beach and was really impressed. Bit tricky to find as the entrance is off the roundabout in between the “barriers” so go steady.
Went down to the beach and rented two loungers - €40 for the day - which included beach towels, Wi-fi, parking and showers if needed.
Two teenage boys had burgers on the beach from snack bar area of restaurant and we ate in the restaurant. Boys burgers were c.€18 and our meal with bottle of wine and 2 x sides was c.€80 (wine was €25 for a bottle). Views over the bay and just relaxing.
Get there early as it does get busy after 1pm ish. When we arrived there were only a few boats but by 2pm the bay was full with tenders going back and forth:
The boys rented a canoe - €15/hr - and enjoyed that.
The team on the beach was excellent all led by Shelia who was much fun and made the day enjoyable.
Go find it - it is great!!Written July 20, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- cala san andrea, located on the southeastcoastside of the island asinara, which is a offshore island very close to stintino, is without question the pearl of the island. we visited the beach during a guided trip with the range rover over the island, which is a nature reserve completely. it is forbitten to enter the beach, also boats cannot move into the bay. it is only possible to enjoy the beauty of nature by the distance to give mother nature the chance to survive.
cala sant´andrea realy is a dream. the beach is not so big...maybe 150 meters in the lenght and is surrounded by big granite rocks. the vegetation in the backland is reduced...like everywhere ön the island asinara. directly behind the beach a small stagno is located.
the whitecoloured sandy beach slopes gently to the sea and the reflections of the water is unbelieveble...very colourful, every shade of green and blue till milky white in baysections, where the water is extremely low and the ground sandy. the whole location is realy spectacular and a "must see" for every visitor of the island asinara.Written July 20, 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
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