The best beaches in San Teodoro

Sardinia, pearl of the Mediterranean, offers a wide range of coastal destinations that capture the imagination of tourists from all over the world. Among the most fascinating locations, San Teodoro emerges as one of the gems of the island’s north-eastern coastline. Known for its crystal-clear beaches, white sands and breathtaking landscapes, this destination is a dream come true for sea and nature lovers.

The best beaches in San Teodoro: La Cinta

La Cinta is undoubtedly the most famous beach in San Teodoro and a favourite with visitors. A good five kilometres long, this beach offers spectacular scenery with fine sand and turquoise waters. La Cinta is ideal for those who enjoy long walks along the shoreline and relaxing under the shade of one of the umbrellas available for rent.


– Large and well-maintained beach, ideal for families.

– Comprehensive services: hire of parasols, sun loungers and water sports equipment.

– Various catering options near the beach.


– Crowded during the summer season, especially in July and August.

– Limited parking, advisable to arrive early to find space.

How to get there:

La Cinta is easily accessible from San Teodoro. From the town, follow the signs to the beach and you will find parking available in the area.

San Teodoro La Cinta
La Cinta all'Alba

The best beaches in San Teodoro: Cala Brandinchi, the Little Tahiti

Also known as ‘Little Tahiti’, Cala Brandinchi is a beach that looks like something out of a postcard. Its crystal-clear waters and soft, white sand make it a dream destination. Surrounded by dense Mediterranean vegetation, this bay offers an intimate and peaceful atmosphere.


– Caribbean-coloured beach.

– Romantic atmosphere, perfect for couples seeking tranquillity.

– Possibility of hiring sun loungers and parasols.


– Higher prices for beach services compared to other resorts.

– Closed beach in high season.

– Crowded at weekends, advisable to visit during the week.

How to get there:

From San Teodoro, follow the signs for Capo Coda Cavallo. Cala Brandinchi is nearby and well signposted.

Cala Brandinchi
Cala Brandinchi San Teodoro

Lu Impostu: the wild beach

For those seeking a quieter, wilder beach, Lu Impostu is the ideal choice. With its sand dunes, wild vegetation and crystal-clear waters, this beach offers a more intimate experience away from the crowds.


– Natural and wild atmosphere.

– Great for coastal walks.

– Possibility of snorkelling in the surrounding bays.


– Limited services on the beach, advisable to bring food and drink.

– Closed beach in high season.

– Access not always easy due to the dirt road.

How to get there:

Take the road to Capo Coda Cavallo and follow the signs for Lu Impostu. The road may be unpaved in some sections. It can also be reached from the road to Punt’Aldia, the car park is communal and affordable.

Spiaggia Lu Imposti San Teodoro
Lu Impostu

Isuledda: an underwater paradise

Isuledda is a beach characterised by a long stretch of sand and crystal-clear sea. What makes this beach unique are its sand islands scattered along the shore, creating a unique landscape. The shallow waters make Isuledda perfect for families with children.


– Beach suitable for families with young children.

– Suggestive landscape with sand islands.

– Excellent snorkelling opportunities.

– Ample free parking.


– Crowded during the summer season.

– Sunshade and sunbed hire may be expensive.

– Off-road parking.

How to get there:

Isuledda is located south of San Teodoro. Take the provincial road SP1 towards Porto Ottiolu to the junction Isuledda, follow the signs and you will find the access to the beach.

Spiaggia Isuledda San Teodoro
Spiaggia Isuledda San Teodoro

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