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Poetto beach is a 10 km long beach, 200 meters wide, full of bar, comfty places and perfect Sardinian sea. I suggest to spend a full day, and to come back in the night for discos and beautifull locals next to the sea. Perfect place...More
This is a long stretching beach.
It has a strange (eerie) feeling with a lot of unused and damaged buildings along the beach. Perfectly lovely for a walk in the sand and paddle in the sea
It is a place locals come to run and...More
Poetto has the most beautiful beach, but not that much to do in October. One beach side restaurant had hireable sunbeds, which I was perfect as it was such a hot day, with cocktails and food available. Only let down was another restaurant was very...More
Visited in late October and reached by bus line PF or PQ. We alighted at the first Poetto stop and walked the length stopping for drinks and lunch en route. Hardly anyone around so we had the place more or less to ourselves. Very pretty,...More
We had a few hours to spare before going to the airport so stopped off here. The sea is really shallow and calm. The beach wasn't as picturesque as some of the others we visited. There was lots of debris and broken glass. We were...More
This isn't the sort of beach that we like as we go more for a quiet location with few amenities.
However, this is a great beach if you like to have facilities and be close to town.
It's huge and I can't imagine it ever...More
Just a twenty minute bus ride from central Cagliari (using the PF or PQ line), you'll arrive at a stunning Sardinian beach. Soft white sands - clear blue sea with no high-rise horrors around.
The only minor niggle is the stream of beach-pedellars constantly bothering...More