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Most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean: in Sardinia (Italy) the paradise of Berchida

Berchida Beach, belonging to the territory of Siniscola, the most important center of the historical sub-region of the Baronies located on the east coast of Sardinia, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean Sea and in 2009 was elected as the most beautiful coastline in Italy.

Thanks to the quality of the sea water and the peculiar characteristics suitable for children, Berchida Beach always boasts the prestigious"Green Flag" awarded by pediatricians to seaside resorts recommended for children's tourism.

Berchida Beach consists of soft, fine sand, the sea ranges from green to turquoise and is characterized by shallow waters that allow safe bathing.

photo by Riccardo Mantica
An oasis of beauty, the beach of Berchida (Sardinia - Italy)
Berchida beach is considered one of Sardinia's (Italy) most bewitching bathing oases on the entire east coast but can be considered by popular consensus one of the 10 most beautiful beaches on the island. The colorful patches of pristine vegetation surrounding it and the crystal clear sea of its waters give this little corner of paradise a wonderful setting where relaxation, harmony and a sense of freedom and carefreeness catalyze those who visit.
photo by Riccardo Mantica
Among the most beautiful in the Mediterranean
Belonging to the territory of Siniscola (Sardinia - Italy), the most important center of the historical sub-region of "Baronie" located on the east coast of Sardinia, it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean Sea and in 2009 was elected as the most beautiful coastline in Italy.
photo by Riccardo Mantica
Green flag
Thanks to the quality of the sea water and the peculiar characteristics suitable for children, Berchida Beach always boasts the prestigious "Green Flag" awarded by pediatricians to seaside resorts recommended for children's tourism.
photo by Riccardo Mantica
A long and wide beach - amenities and services
The beach is remarkably long and wide compared to many narrow beaches in Sardinia, and in its naturalness it has all the comforts one must have in order to spend an entire day in the sun and sea. The beach is free, but for those who want to use it there are two small bathing establishments that provide a range of services for a fee: deck chairs, sun beds and umbrellas.
photo by Riccardo Mantica
Beware of winds
Make sure before visiting Berchida beach that there is no mistral wind on that day. If so, it is definitely best to postpone the visit so as not to be disappointed by a day that would be treacherous. Berchida is in a very open area (there are no trees but countless small shrubs) and is not sheltered by basins or small gulfs. Although the water is not immediately deep and you can walk up to 10-15 meters (for this reason also very suitable for small children and those who cannot swim) you find yourself with the open sea in front of you.
photo by Riccardo Mantica
How to get there
Berchida beach is about 50 km south of Olbia (Sardinia-Italy) and is reached via the ss 125 road that passes through Siniscola and continues to Orosei. Well indicated on Google maps and car navigators, however, the beach is marked by a sign indicating the point at which to enter the dirt road to be followed to get to the parking area. The dirt road is about 4 km long and has no depressions or potholes or stones.
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