Amazing Places to Stay in Stintino Italy

Looking for amazing places to stay in Stintino Italy? Welcome to Stintino with fine, white sand, breathtaking panoramas, waters that range from hues of azure to turquoise, and one of the most beautiful seascapes of the entire Mediterranean. This renowned touristic destination on Sardinia’s northwestern extremity started out as a fishermen’s village when the Island of Asinara was made a penal colony. Today Stintino possesses one of the most charming coasts in Sardinia – a certified paradise for sea lovers and an excellent vacation spot for those that want to take the plunge into its pure and wild natural surroundings.   You can check out all the Best Beaches of Italy here, or head to our Pinterest site for some beautiful pictures.

Stintino Weather – When to Visit

The best time to visit Stintino is from April to June (with temperatures from the mid 60s to upper 70s) when the flowers are in bloom, the sea waters are warm, and the temperatures haven’t yet reached their July and August highs of the mid to upper 80s. Still, summertime in Stitinohas its perks: the Tyrrhenian Sea (east of the island) and the Mediterranean Sea waters are incredibly refreshing this time of year, and a vibrant lineup of festivals and events fill the calendar. September and October offer travelers mild weather and fewer crowds, while the months between November and March constitute low season with chilly temperatures and fewer tourists. 

Best Stintino Area Beaches

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La Pelosa Beach

La Pelosa is one of the most beautiful and most photographed beaches in Sardinia. At its northwestern tip, this small beach with beautiful, fine sand and shallow, transparent waters is and a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike, and it’s easy to see why: it is incredibly scenic, and its conformation makes it a perfect spot to relax on a hot summer day. Because of popularity, the beach has been receding, and you will need to book your visit in advance.

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Ezzy Mannu Beach

Ezzy Mannu Beach has emerald water and a unique white-quartz sand that makes it look incredibly pretty. It’s not very large but it’s long. You will find a spot for your umbrella and towels without any issue in the two-kilometers-long seafront. Consider that on this beach there are very few services.

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Le Pelosetta

La Pelosetta has a length of just under 300 meters overlooking the stunningly beautiful waters of the Golfo dell’ Asinara. Just behind the beach you’ll find Windsurfing Center Stintino, where qualified instructors will help you enjoy windsurfing, sailing, kitesurfing, or scuba diving in the waters of Asinara National Park.

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Le Saline Beach

The beach of Le Saline Stintino is a pretty popular place that is close to the structures of ancient salt mines, existing since the thirteenth century, and the abandoned buildings of the seventeenth-century tuna Saline. On days with strong winds, the beach is visited by windsurfing enthusiasts.

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Punta Negra Beach

The beach of Punta Negra is one of the most characteristic on the Alghero coastline. It is made of a fine beaches clear, from a sloping sandy bottom and several rocky outcrops. The beach of Punta Negra is framed by rocks and Mediterranean bush. The fine sand and powder-like associated with a clean, clear water makes the beach a popular destination for its charm.

Best Stintino Tours & Activities

Catamaran Excursions in the Asinara island National Park

The excursion and mainly marine of about 8 hours in the Asinara National Park is based on the visit of bays where you can swim and snorkel moored to the buoys in the bays granted by the park, we guarantee the stop on land to visit the marine animal recovery center and see the animals of the island. Book Your Catamaran Excursion in the Asinara Island National Park Here

Asinara Island Tour – Off Road Tour in the National Park

The spectacular Asinara National Park occupies an entire island off the northern coast of Sardinia. Cover more ground with this Jeep tour that explores both the inland landscapes and pristine coastline in one day. Learn about the flora and fauna on the island from your guide; spot wild horses, mouflon, and donkeys; and stop at the Sea Turtle Recovery Center. End with a refreshing dip at the Cala Sabina beach. Book Your Asinara Island Off Road Tour Here

Boat tour in the La Maddalena Archipelago in Sardinia

Explore Sardinia’s spectacular Maddalena Archipelago by land and sea with this all-inclusive tour that includes a minicruise through the islands plus a stop on La Maddalena with free time to explore on land. Skirt the islands of Caprera and Santo Stefano, drop anchor to swim off Spargi and Santa Maria, and cruise through the Manto della Madonna to admire the coastline of Budelli in a single day. Book Your Boat Tour in the La Maddalena Archipelago Here.

Costa Smeralda Sightseeing Tour in Sardinia: Small Group

Thanks to this tour you will be able to admire the extraordinary beaches and tourist resorts of Sardinia, along paths surrounded by typical Mediterranean vegetation. You will visit places of extraordinary beauty: you will make a stop at the famous Belvedere from which you will enjoy a breathtaking view over the entire north east coast. Unmissable stop is the renowned Porto Cervo, the city of VIPs, where you will have all the time for a quiet walk right in the center of the town, you can admire the beautiful and particular architecture of the buildings and pamper yourself with shopping, and you can also visit the suggestive Church of Stella Maris.  Book Your Costa Smeralda Sightseeing Tour Here.

Archaeological Sites and Monuments in Sardinia

Do you want to discover the history of Sardinia in a fun and alternative way with a qualified guide at your disposal? Trust the experience of our guides who will organize the archaeological tour down to the smallest detail. You will have the opportunity to relive 4000 years of Sardinian history, visiting: the Roman Aqueduct, the Roman Cistern, the mysterious Sacred Well, the imposing Castle of Pedres, the evocative Tombs of the Giants, the Basilica of San Simplicio. Book Your Archaeological Sites and Monuments in Sardinia Tour Here.

Best Stintino Restaurants

Agriturismo Depalmas $11 – 30

Agriturismo Depalmas is a tranquil spot with the capacity for up to eighty guests, neatly decorated in a truly traditional Sardinian style, with a very “homely” feel to it. Enjoy traditional Sardinian food here. Telephone: 39 079 523129 Web: Agriturismo Depalmas

Ristorante Silvestrino $11 – 30

Ristorante Silvestrino is one of the best restaurants in Stintino. Located in the Hotel Silvestrino, this is a restaurant with high standards and a menu which offers a wide range of seafood and local cuisine. Telephone: 39 079 523007 Web: Ristorante Silvestrino

Lu Fanali $11 – 30

This is a great place to sample some seafood, but the pizza and pasta are popular for a good reason. There is no one dish on the menu that stands above the rest, and you should find flavor at every turn from the grilled shrimps to the culurgiones and local ravioli. Telephone: 39 079 523054 Web: Lu Fanali

Il Gabbiano Beach Restaurant $ 11 – 30

If you want to laze around for the entire day as well as in the evenings, this beach restaurant is a great option where you can satisfy your gastronomical desires while enjoying the beauty of nature. The pizzas here are highly recommended and the cooking is simple. Telephone: 39 079 527089 Web: Il Gabbiano Beach Restaurant

Ristorante Lina $11 – 30

They use purely the local catch and propose typical Sardinian dishes accompanied by the best local wines. Food is very good and includes traditional Sardinian dishes. Desserts are remarkable. Prices more than fair. Telephone: 39 079 523505 Web: Ristorante Lina

Best Stintino Nightlife

Bar I Ginepri

This is a strategically located bar in Stintino from where you can enjoy the national beauty of the beach of Stintino from its terrace. The helpful and competent staff here will make your visit a memorable one. Telephone: 39 079 527246 Web: Bar I Ginepri

Chameleon Clubbing

It is the perfect spot in the town to relax, enjoy some good food and great drinks and unwind after a long and hectic day. Mind-blowing views, competent staff members and an impressive collection of cocktails make this place a must-visit depot while you are in town. Telephone: 39 348 073 4245 Web: Chameleon Clubbing

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22 Comments

  1. Louise Allen

    A great insight into Italy and its beautiful beaches! It’s not somewhere i have been before. The nearest I have been Sicily where i got married and another beautiful place to visit. 

    I love the idea that you have broken down each of its beaches so that customers can see what suits them best when booking their holiday and the ideal time to go.

    It’s also great that excursions are listed as we sometimes have to search separate for those but they’re all in one place and highlights what customers can do.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad you enjoyed your digital visit to the most amazing places to stay in Stintino Italy.  Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave me comments.

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  2. Marty

    These are some beautiful beaches to visit in Italy. This website is very helpful with planning my next vacation with my wife on our 30th wedding anniversary, can’t make my mind up between Punta Negra Beach and Le Pelosetta a Beach vacation so very relaxing and absolutely beautiful. I will be sharing your website with my coworkers to help me decide which beach would be the best. 

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  3. Nat

    Sardinia is one of my dreams. I saw the pictures of beautiful white sandy beaches and crystal clear water and I read it is the European version of the Caribbean. Is that true? Also, Sardinia is the most expensive place in Italy, correct? Which beach would you recommend visiting the most? Based on your description I like Ezzy Mannu Beach. Thank you

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  4. Dave

    Hi leahrae,

    I just love your guides on best destinations with all the info on activities, beaches and restaurants. I am thinking about visiting stinting at some point next year and just wanted to know a but more about it. Your post has really been helpful and it will go a long way in my planning. I will be stopping by here every so often to learn more about the places I want to visit. 🙂

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Dave, glad you are enjoying your digital visits to beautiful beach destinations on my beach travel destinations blog.  Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave me comments.

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  5. dave

    The website provides valuable information for the traveler wanting information about Stintino Italy, especially the beaches there.  The layout with text and images gives the website visitor not only a well written description, but a picture to substantiate the words.  Text and images are placed to make the site welcome and the reader will likely visit other blogs and pages, as well.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Dave for taking the time to stop by Beach Travel Destinations and leave me comments.

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  6. ebor

    Stintino, such a beautiful place to be, so I heard from a friend who had gone to Italy for her honeymoon. She showed some few pics and told me of some beaches they visited. Haven read this article, I can tell that stintino is really a wonderful place to be and she did have a great time there.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Stintino is wonderful, and definitely a great honeymoon destination.  Hopefully you can enjoy the beauty of Stintino too soon 🙂

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  7. Paolo

    I have been planning a trip to Sardinia for a long time. And visiting Stintino is at the top of my list. I have always been impressed by the beautiful beaches there. The sand looks so white in the pictures, and the ocean is so pristine. I am interested in visiting La Pelosa beach and the Spanish tower that is there.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You’ll have a great time in Stintino Paolo, please let me know if you need any additional information or if you need any help with your travel planning.

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  8. LineCowley

    Sardinia is a beautiful island and Stintino looks like an absolute gem. I have been fortunate enough to visit Sardinia on several occasions, but always stayed in Palau and Costa Smeralda, where we found it was essential to have a car. 

    So is it advisable to have a car when you holiday in Stintino? Would Olbia be the nearest airport? Is it best to fly and rent a car, or can one come by ferry from the mainland and bring your own car? Thanks.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed your digital visit to Stintino.  The closes airport is going to be Alghero (AHO) Airport.  Rental cars in Stintino are going to be quite steep and not necessary.  I would say to skip the price of the rental car here,  you’ll do fine without it 🙂

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  9. Daniel Tshiyole

    Italy seems like an amazing place to go visit. I would definitely go there for a honeymoon haha. Thank you for this informative article, I will be sure to share it around. Also I love the soccer there, I would definitely go to Italy to watch a Juventus match, also for the formula one 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Sounds like you would kill two birds with one stone 🙂  Yes, a honeymoon in Stintino would be romantic and wonderful!  Then throw in the soccer match (I’m not so sure that would be good for a honeymoon tho) and the formula one, and you have a busy schedule 🙂  I am glad you enjoyed your visit to the Amazing Places to Stay in Stintino Italy Daniel.  Thanks for stopping by.

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  10. Collins

    Travelling is one of my hobbies and this makes me long to see your website Everytime, I have always wanted to go to stintino Italy, so seeing it in detail from your website is nothing short amazing. I really like the tourist attractions and I just checked the girls featured here, they are really nice indeed, thanks for this. I really like it.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome Collins.  Yes, lots to do and see.  Stintino is a perfect getaway.  Glad you enjoyed.

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  11. Cynthia

    This sounds like a perfect place to go in April or May when we here in New Hampshire are dying for some warm weather and sunshine. I’d like to go to La Pelosa Beach, of course, but I would spend most of my time exploring the area.  The Jeep off-road tour is a must as is the boat tour in the La Maddalena Archipelago.  Costa Smeralda sightseeing tour and top it off with the archaeological sites and monuments in Sardinia.  Maybe one more day at the beach before I leave.  I’ll need it to recover from all the sightseeing!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, a good day relaxing at the beach is the perfect way to wind down and get ready to head home 🙂  Glad you enjoyed your digital visit to Stintino Cynthia, thanks for stopping by.

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  12. Ephraim Edeh

    This to me a complete x ray of  Stintino Italy. Yours is well detailed mentioning the beaches, best Stintino restaurants even the nightlife but you seem to be quiet on the security of the place. How secured are the tourists within the place? Generally speaking the entire site is well arranged and properly organised. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      There are no travel concerns traveling to Stintino Italy, I guess that is why I don’t list them.  If there is an issue or a concern, I would definitely make my readers aware.  Glad you are enjoying your visits to Beach travel destinations.

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