The north of Sardinia includes some of the most popular and touristic areas of Sardinia. The main airports in northern Sardinia are Alghero-Fertilia airport on the west coast and Olbia-Costa Smeralda airport on the east coast. It’s very easy to get to north Sardinia from all over Europe. We suggest some of the most beautiful areas that you cannot miss in northern Sardinia



Alghero, is the pearl of the north-west of Sardinia. A small and friendly town that will make you want to visit several times. Its Catalan style makes it unique in Sardinia: a walk in the historic center and an aperitif on the ramparts with the spectacular view of the Capo Caccia promontory. Among the many things to visit there are the Neptune’s caves and the Nuragic Village of Palmavera. Perfect combination of cultural holiday and beautiful beaches

The best beaches in Alghero

  • Maria Pia
  • Le Bombarde
  • Lazzaretto
  • Mugoni

What to see in Alghero

  • The old Town
  • Porto Conte park
  • Fertilia
  • Capo Caccia
  • Argentiera

What to do in Alghero

  • Neptune’s Caves
  • Nuragic Village of Palmavera
  • Hikes at Punta Giglio and le Prigionette



Located in the extreme tip of Sardinia, in the north-west, the village of Stintino has one of the most fascinating coasts of the entire region. White sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and one of the most beautiful in the entire Mediterranean, such as the well-known ”La Pelosa” beach. With its breathtaking views, wild and unspoiled nature, far from the larger cities, Stintino is visited by tourists from all over the world; a true paradise for sea lovers! A day trip to the island of Asinara will make you discover a place rich in unspoiled landscapes.

The best Beaches in Stintino

  • La Pelosa
  • Le Saline
  • Ezzi Mannu

What to see in Stintino

  • The harbour
  • Capo Falcone
  • Cala d’oliva
  • Porto Torres

What to do in Stintino

  • Tonnare Museum
  • Asinara Island day-trip



Castelsardo is an enchanting medieval village, stands on the top of the promontory and watches over the village with its low colored houses and narrow alleys. Its naturalistic beauties, the splendid inlets, the craftsmanship, make it one of the most evocative towns in Sardinia.

Today it retains all the charm of its past and offers a breathtaking view of the Gulf which, alone, would deserve a stay here. On clear days, in fact, it is also possible to see the mountains of Corsica.

The Castello dei Doria, perfectly preserved and open to visitors all year round. Inside the castle there’s the Mediterranean Weaving Museum. This is one of the most visited in Sardinia, where you can admire the dwarf palm baskets hand-woven with art and wisdom by the sardinian women.

The beaches of Castelsardo

  • Lu Bagnu
  • Punta La Capra
  • Cala Ostina
  • Pedraladda
  • Spiaggia di San Pietro

What to see in Castelsardo

  • The Doria Castle
  • Nostra Signora di Tergu Church
  • Domus de Janas
  • The elephant rock
  • Mediterranean Weaving Museum
  • San Antonio Co-cathedral

Olbia and the Costa Smeralda


Olbia is the main city in the north-east of Sardinia. Thanks to the presence of its international airport and port, it is an important gateway for tourism.
The Costa Smeralda, it develops for a few kilometers in the area around Olbia. Caribbean beaches, incredible scenarios like the archipelago of La Maddalena and Tavolara Island. Not only beaches but also small villages rich in history such as San Pantaleo, San Teodoro and Siniscola

The beaches of the Costa Smeralda

  • Liscia ruja
  • Piccolo Pevero
  • Capriccioli
  • Rena Bianca
  • Tanca manna
  • La Celvia
  • Cala Brandinchi

What to see in Olbia and the Costa Smeralda

  • Porto Cervo
  • Cannigione
  • Palau
  • San Teodoro
  • San Pantaleo
  • San Simplicio church

What to do in Olbia and the Costa Smeralda

  • La Maddalena Islands boat tour
  • Tavola Island boat trip
  • Cork exhibition in Calangianus
  • Kite-surf at Isuledda