Amazing sea view:enjoy the renowned beauty of our sea from the terrace facing the Asinara Bay
low traffic zone, immersed in vegetation
15-minute walk to the beach and bathing facilities
departure point for the Torre del Falcone tour
strategically located between La Pelosa beach and Stintino center
easy to reach by car, with parking available within the property
The main attraction in Stintino is, witout any doubts, the beautiful, white-sand and crystal-water beach of La Pelosa.
Characterized by the finest, white sand, La Pelosa is one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia and Italy. The water’s low depth magnifies its many shades of blue. The beach is, for the most part, free and open to the public. However, it is also possible to rent private umbrellas and long chaises. There are bars and toilettes on the beach. Parking is available, subject to a fee.
During your vacation in Stintino we recommend you to spend a day at the Asinara National Park. This small, charming isle will fascinate you not only for the beauty of its beach and territory, but also for its rich history, which was shaped by numerous cultures, such as those of the Corsars, the Camaldolese Monks, the Moors, and the Aragonese, until the foundation of a maximum security prison, and then eventually its conversion to a National Park. You can visit Asinara in different ways: for large groups and children, the bus or the small train are usually the best options, to provide you with a broad view of the isle’s surroundings and beauty. If you want to get to know it better, we recommend a tour by car: for this kind of more customized visit, the groups are smaller and a tour guide will take you to some of the most interesting spots and hidden corners. If you already know the isle or you have an adventurous spirit, you can choose to vist it with a mountain-bike, or by trekking on your own. There is also a horse backriding center, where you can take a horse backriding tour. To find out more about Asinara, click here.
The Torre del Falcone is one of seven coastal towers around Stintino. Built in 1577, on the promontory that takes its name, it is accessible by a somewhat challenging walk, which takes about one hour on average. Once you reach the top, you will be gratified by a unique, 360 degrees view of the Bay. From the tower’s top it’s possible to admire the sea of Stintino's peninsula on the West, and the Asinara Bay on the East.
To find out more about Stintino’s coastal towers, click here: