Discovering Isola Rossa in Sardinia
An ancient charming fishermen village
Isola Rossa, North West Sardinia, municipality of Trinità D’Agultu, is a small town born as a Fisherman village; over time it turned to be a major touristic destination of Northern Sardinia, thanks to its colors: the white of its lovely, large, sandy beaches, the blue of the sea, the red of its rocks and the green of its dense Mediterranean vegetation.
Rich in history, Isola Rossa still has the Spanish Tower in defense of its bay.
Isola Rossa Sardinia - things to do
A natural paradise on a human scale
The coast surrounding Isola Rossa, with its unique red nuance, offers a wide variety of landscapes: sandy coastline in Baia di Marinedda, rocky area of Tinnari and lovely coves in Costa Paradiso. Two peninsulas: Isola Rossa and Canneddi.
Isola Rossa and its colors: lovely white large, sandy, beaches, the blue sea, the red rocks and the green Mediterranean vegetation. The village has all the necessary elements for a truly extraordinary holiday on total relax. Perfect for couples seeking for romantic breaks and for families with children, as well.
Crystal blue sea and white sandy beaches
The village has two large fabulous beaches: Spiaggia Longa (Long Beach) and Spiaggia di Li Femini (Women’s Beach): both have a free area and an equipped part area, with the possibility to rent deckchairs and sun umbrellas.
The low seabed makes the two beaches suitable for families with small children, a comfortable path make easy the access with strollers and wheelchairs.
Restaurants, services and amusement.
The Village, comfortable and well kept, offers relaxing walks along the seafront with shops, kids free playground, family-run retail stores, workshop of crafts or artisans, butchers, fishmongers and bakeries open all week.
Join the best of colors at the sunsets from Piazzetta Belvedere, when the sun dives into the see and the romantic red light embraces the all bay. The nightlife sparkles with piano bars and shops staying open until late. Pizzerias and charming little restaurants on the waterfront propose to taste the fine local cuisine.
Nature and sport for all
Isola Rossa in Sardinia offers a wide range of sports and activities: surfing, windsurfing, snorkeling and scuba-diving to discover the corals. The rich underwater life makes the area very popular with recreational fishing lovers.
A holiday in Isola Rossa is the best choice for those who are looking for peacetime, relax with an eye to practice sport, and experience the wildlife.