Golfo Aranci (Gallurese: Figari, Sardinian: Figari) is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Sassari in the Italian region Sardinia, located about 200 kilometres (120 mi) north of Cagliari and about 13 kilometres (8 mi) northeast of Olbia.
Restaurants in Golfo Aranci
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Built by a famous architect, the church can be seen even when closed, because one side is like a large window. Very interesting woodwork, and sculptures.
3.5 based on 59 reviews
During the day Blu beach bar is a chic relaxed place. Good prices, nice food and comfy chairs. The yacht club vibe accompannied by turquoise water infront of you make you feel really relaxed. 18:30-22:00 all drinks go up to 10 euro and the bar transforms. The music volume increases and the DJ eventually arrives. The food area is transformed into a dance floor. People arrive from nowhere to have a good time. Worth a visit. It may be worth mentioning that this is one of the few places on the beach with decent wifi.
4 based on 551 reviews
I have to start by mentioning the dj of the bar. Best music ever, from the most famous summer hits to old songs. He made it a special atmosphere.
We came here in the afternoon, around 16. There were mainly locals and it was not posh like other Beaches we have been to.
I had a good time. The beach is small and the water is clean (no sea weeds)
4.5 based on 57 reviews
This pedestrian walkway is very special, it starts in the town where there are shops, cafes and bars, leading to the marina which is a beautiful location to see expensive yachts moored.
The walkway is done in a mosaic tile with huge fish, whales etc built into the beautiful tiles as you walk. The walk itself isn't very long, just a good 15 minute stroll and the area around is pretty. You can stop for a refreshment - drink/food at the many cafes, restaurants and bars that line the walkway.
At the end of the walkway is the marina, take a wonder around and view the expensive yachts moored there.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Capriccioli peninsula must be one of the best places along the Costa Smeralda.
Capriccioli beach (actually 2 beaches: Capriccioli West and C. East) is one of around 10 Beaches around the peninsula; all are exellent Beaches. It's a matter of taste, weather & wind conditions which beach one chooses.
The Capriccioli beach is perhaps the easiest accessible by road and with a relatively large parking next to the beach.
There is also a tourist information office in the beach bar, very helpful.
Between the beach bar and the beach, there is a small park-like area with trees where you may relax in the shadows.
4 based on 446 reviews
Busy restaurant with limited food choice for the usual English pallet. You need to book. In my opinion the service was slow and some of the staff were in need of training and motivation.
4 based on 123 reviews
A very easy to accesss beach with great facilities lovely staff run the beach restaurants and sun bed centre
Beautiful sand and water that is as clear as it could possibly be
Wonderful views in all directions the whole beach is like the Caribbean at its very best
Great for children and adults alike
We stayed all day on two occasions and had a wonderful time
The best beach we found in Sardinia
4.5 based on 6 reviews
It's not easy to find a beach in Sardinia in August with much spare space but Spiaggia Punta Volpe, at the northern tip of Porto Rotondo, is one. The view from the beach is across to the Costa Smeralda and so there are plenty of amazing ships and yachts passing along the channel. The water is crystal clear, with plenty of fish to spot, and the sand, although not as powdery as some, is still fine. Also you can walk in to the sea without having to navigate stones and rocks.
There are no restaurants or facilities on the beach, but parking is free and the walk to the beach is short. Also there is a life guard on duty.
Spiaggia Punta Volpe is a very beautiful place and was voted best beach by our family in August 2017.
4 based on 110 reviews
Sardinia is gorgeous. The sea is transparent clean and well respected by most locals and tourists alike. I always enjoy travelling back.
4 based on 429 reviews
During our 2 weeks stay in Sardinia we visited a few different places on the North East and West costs. We did find Porto Rotondo a bit too touristic to our tasty where there was a lack of authenticity. Most or even all restaurants are expensive and are sort of tourist trap. So if you want to get a real good feel to Sardinian food you'd better search for an agriturismo more into the country side.
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