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Paradise in the Mediterranean Sea

Sardinia | Think of white sandy beaches that are framed by picturesque steep cliffs. The azure blue water surges gently towards the banks of the wide bays. Picturesque villages with old churches and shady squares. Do you like this vision? Then you should travel to Sardinia!

The Mediterranean island around 200 kilometres west off the Italian mainland is regarded as a holiday paradise. Whether at the many white sandy beaches which promise perfect bathing fun or in the mountainous heartland of the island with its beautiful landscapes and pretty villages you are guaranteed a memorable holiday. The most beautiful beaches of the island include those of the Costa Smeralda, the Costa Rei and the Costa Paradiso. Next to the beaches, the beautiful landscape and the sunny Mediterranean climate the leisure choice on Sardinia is also great: The main activities include amongst others diving, snorkelling, wind and kite surfing as well as climbing, hiking and mountain bike tours. Well worth seeing are also the various towns on the island such as Cagliari in the south of Sardinia, Sassari in the north and Olbia in the east. The island’s capital Cagliari impresses particularly with its harbour and old town situated on a hill offering breathtaking views towards the bay. Also worth a visit are the cathedral of Cagliari that combines several architectural styles and the botanical garden which is a real oasis of tranquillity amidst the city. Other exciting tourist attractions are the many limestone caves and grottos as well as the preserved structures of the Nuraghen culture who were indigenous to the island in pre-Christian times.

Especially popular for a holiday home vacation on Sardinia are according to atraveo customers the beach sections Costa Rei, Costa Paradiso as well as San Teodoro, Porto Corallo, Torre dei Corsari and Santa Teresa Gallura. Further information and suggestions for a holiday home vacation on Sardinia can be found at the holiday home selection for the island and in our blog. Read for example more on the great beaches of the island and about its cultural, scenic and culinary highlights.
 

Reviews from our customers

4.0 out of 5 (38 Customer reviews)
1 The holiday homes and apartments in in Costa Paradiso have been rated by 38 customers, scoring 4.0 out of 5 houses, on average.

Location reviews

Total rating of Costa Paradiso

3.8 out of 5 (176 Customer reviews)
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This is what holiday rental customers wrote about Costa Paradiso 

  • 5.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 09/06/2016

    “Go The food is amazingly cheap and the scenery just great.
    We could often see up to Corsica.”

    This review has been given for property no. 390189 The review of the area has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 4.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 24/10/2015, travel period: October 2015

    “Out of season almost can not be assessed. Very nice location, very quiet by the few tourists.”

    This review has been given for property no. 944087 The review of the area has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 5.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 01/10/2015, travel period: August 2015

    “The houses in Costa Paradiso are all matched beautifully and color nestled in the beautiful coastal scenery ... it never arises the feeling of tangible touristification or exaggerated Hotelerie. Flora and fauna are typical of the country and feel very natural. Shopping facilities are very good in Costa Paradiso, supermarket and bakery goods with good and normal prices in the near vicinity (automotive advantageous because relatively hilly) ... opening times very extensive and more than adequate.

    Gastronomy is in Costa Paradiso very good, yet ... recommended plenty of choice of restaurants Table reservation each ... open often "only" around 19:00 / 19:30 clock. Attractions: great area with several small bathing places, highly recommended is the bay (Spiaggia di Li Cossi), which can be reached from the parking lot of the diving school of my small walk (! Worthwhile really) Our kids thoroughly enjoyed it ( Teens), generally very child friendly. Sports and leisure activities: as nice pool and endless sea are available, were other activities for us as a family is not necessary. The price level is perfectly adequate to judge quite as good to very good.

    Area: Approximate driving time from / to the airport in Alghero with the car is about 2.0 hours. A car is actually obligation to really enjoy the surrounding area, great beaches (city beaches of St. Teresa Gallura, Isola Rossa, ... more secluded beaches in Badesi, ...) in the immediate vicinity (15 - 30min drive), very good stocked supermarkets (with great fish offerings) are in the surrounding villages also multiple times. An all-day boat trip from St. Teresa or from Palau to the island group of Isola Maddalena is highly recommended. The Costa Smeralda is of course always worth a day trip, such as the marina of Porto Cervo is worth seeing (about 1.5 to 2 hours. Travel time by car). Castelsardo is also worth a day trip, if the beach and / or pool are times too boring.”

    This review has been given for property no. 390188 The review of the area has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 4.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer has submitted the following rating
    on 23/09/2015, travel period: September 2015

    less recommended

    This review has been given for property no. 662226

  • 5.0 out of 5
    atraveo customer Winfried wrote
    on 14/09/2015

    “Great location, clean facility, good shopping, especially the fish shop, nice staff”

    This review has been given for property no. 944087 The review of the area has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language


This is how holiday rental owners described Costa Paradiso

Costa Paradiso, Unforgettable paradise….
Everyone who visits Costa Paradiso (Paradise Coast) is captivated by its breath taking beauty and the ability of the buildings to blend into their natural surroundings. It is the ideal choice for those who enjoy all types of water activities, relaxing on the beach, partying in ...
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the popular bars and discos or simply indulging in a tranquil and peaceful lifestyle.
Surrounded by rare rock formations and wild vegetation, Costa Paradiso is truly unique. With beautiful sandy beaches and magnificent horizons it is a popular location for both Italian and foreign tourists with the majority of visitors coming between March and October.
Costa Paradiso is sun, beaches, wildlife, rocks, landscapes, sunset over the sea, and much more….



The beaches and bays of Costa Paradiso

"Li Cossi" beach is reached by a footpath that provides, as well, access to various bays along the cliffs. This beach is one of the most wonderful beaches in Sardinia.
"Tinnari" Beach is accessible only by private boat or shuttle boat that operates every day.
“Le Baiette" bay is a platform for sunbathing among rocks with an easy access to the water.
"I Tamerici" bay is a little sandy cove easily accessible and close to facilities such as restaurants and bars.
"Le Sorgenti" bay is the best spot for snorkelling. It is an access to rocks with steps and paths that allow people to find privacy.
The “Natural Pools” are accessible from a trail along the cliffs that reaches the natural pools where it is possible to swim and dive from the rocks.


Facilities
Costa Paradiso is equipped with: shops, super markets, cafes, bars, restaurants, a diving club and a small marina.
Being only 20 minutes from the fashionable town of Santa Teresa di Gallura and nestled between numerous other fantastic destinations, Costa Paradiso has all that you need for the holiday in the Mediterranean.
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source: Servis 2000 S.r.l.
One of Sardinia's most exclusive coasts surrounded by the magnificent landscapes between Porto Torres and Santa Teresa di Gallura, where Sardinia reveals its more romantic and enchanting soul for your next unforgettable vacation.
Experiencing the Sea:
Its transparent waters are legendary and its depths are divers' dream destination. The Sardinian ...
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sea is the icing on the cake that enhances the rocky coast and Mediterranean vegetation. It makes this destination heaven on earth, heightening the thrill of each trip and enchanting audiences at sunset when it reveals its magical hues.
The Beaches:
Guests who choose to stay at Costa Paradiso want to spend time on the beach, in the sea and sun in one of Sardinia's most charming sites, perfect for lazy days at the beach in full relax in the crystal clear waters.

Costa Paradiso is home to the Cala Li Cossi beach, just a captivating 10-minute walk from the port parking lot. As an alternative, you can try any one of the magnificent beaches outside Costa Paradiso, just 20 to 40 minutes away by car
The Inlets:
These are Costa Paradiso's hidden treasures. Intimate inlets, each different from the others, create uncontaminated crystal clear swimming pools, only accessible by sea on small rented rafts or larger ferries.
The numerous inlets dot the 8 km coast from Punta Cruzitta to Monte Tinnari, welcoming you each morning on a new and fascinating adventure and chance to dive in the limpid waters, admiring the extraordinary environment
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source: Magriff srl
Costa Paradiso: Few places turn out to be paradise -
This huge natural park extending to over 2000 acres comes very close!
The coastline is a rocky one with many of the cliffs and rocks shaped by the pounding of the sea and wind over thousands of years - the ...
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imagination can go wild visualizing the rock formations, which often resemble faces, minimal shapes and even gargoyles produced by nature. The pink granite rocks take even a rosier glow during the magnificent sunsets over the sea.
If you would rather swim directly off the fabulously scenic rocks along the coast, there are plenty of little coves easily accessible to snorkel off. If you want a giant beach then drive a half-hour along the coast road (either direction), or for shopping and wandering in the old town, Castelsardo is very nice as a daytrip. Inland you should see some of the many nuraghic ruins - weird and atmospheric. In the village you will find shops,bars,restaurants and swimming pools,plus facilities for water sports and trips by boat to various local beaches. A short drive along the coast takes you to the picturesque town of Santa teresa di Gallura,where you can take boat trips to the nearby island including Corsica. You will also find excellent local fresh fish restaurants and close by Capo Testa is worth a visit for the spectacular landscape.
You will be remember Villetta Mariarte at Costa Paradiso as one of most beautiful place that you have seen.

A short drive along the coast takes you to the picturesque town of Santa teresa di Gallura,where you can take boat trips to the nearby island including Corsica. You will also find excellent local fresh fish restaurants and close by Capo Testa is worth a visit for the spectacular landscape.
Situated on the eastern side of the north coast with easy access of both east and north coast,which are full of white sandy beaches,crystal clear sea,hidden bays and coves and much more to be discovered,you will find local selling freshly grown fruit and vegetables,local cheeses,wine and fresh fish along the coast road. There are many local festivals and all are invited,The Sardinians are known for their warm hospitality. The coast line is a paradise for scuba dives and snwokerell. Some reasons to come to sardinia.Above all in Sardinia you will find tranquility,with its miles of unspoilt coastline and countryside,it remains one of the few"undiscovered"holiday island left in Europe.
Holiday Activities In The Area Sea fishing, Bowls & Tennis, Beach & Resort, Sailing & Water sports, Snorkeling & scuba diving

Less than 15 minutes drive away :
Close you will find horse riding.
Less than 45 minutes drive away :
sailing,historic sites, a museum.
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source: Deligia
Everyone who visits Costa Paradiso (Paradise Coast) is captivated by its breath taking beauty and the ability of the buildings to blend into their natural surroundings. It is the ideal choice for those who enjoy all types of water activities, relaxing on the beach, partying in the popular bars and ...
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discos or simply indulging in a tranquil and peaceful lifestyle.

Surrounded by rare rock formations and wild vegetation, Costa Paradiso is truly unique. With beautiful sandy beaches and magnificent horizons it is a popular location for both Italian and foreign tourists with the majority of visitors coming between March and October.

Costa Paradiso is equipped with: shops, super markets, cafes, bars, restaurants, a diving club and a small marina. With access to the sporting centre, the village also offers a wide range of sporting facilities for all the family, including: 2 swimming pools, 2 tennis courts, 1 multi-purpose field, 1 beach volley ball court, mini-club area, club house and amphitheatre for evening shows.

Costa Paradiso is only 85km from Olbia and 103km from Alghero which are both serviced by international Airports. Being only 20 minutes from the fashionable town of Santa Teresa di Gallura and nestled between numerous other fantastic destinations, Costa Paradiso has all that you need for the holiday in the Mediterranean
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source: Apple di Melania Mela & c. SAS

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