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Together with La Pelosetta, La Pelosa is the best beach in the Stintino area. Water is simply perfect and the beach plunges into the water smoothly. A bath in here can last for hours!
From La Pelosa beach, it is possible to reach the "tower island" on foot.
If you are driving to La Pelosa by car, remember that parking in here is quite expensive: 2€ every hour!! Unfortunately, there is no alternative..
Updated Sep 17, 2008
Capo Caccia is very popular because of its wonderful panorama, and also because of the Nettuno cave. The cave can either be reached by see (from Alghero) or by climbing 800 steps!!
We didn't visit the cave because we missed the last boat in Alghero (it leaves the port at 1pm), and when we reached Capo Caccia by car, we would not have had the time to visit the cave and to climb back the 800 steps!
I suggest checking the boat timetables at Alghero's port, and the to organize your day accordingly. Boat trips last for 4 hours (including the visit to the cave) and costs 16€ per person.
Written Sep 17, 2008
Le Saline beach is a good alternative to the most popular and expensive beaches of La Pelosa and La Pelosetta. Parking is free, and close to the beach an old mill is available for you to discover!
Written Sep 12, 2008
The most revered beach in Sardinia. Amazing clear blue sea, white sands, like the Caribbean! Not exactly deserted though!
Written Jun 22, 2003
Ristorante Punta Negra was suggested by the ladies renting our rooms, who also told us that we were going to have 10% off our bill.
The restaurant offers local dishes and pizzas and, of course, we went for local food! Service was pretty slow despite it was quite late and almost all of the other tables had already finished their meals. Food was good, but not as tasty as the one we had in Ristorante Valentina.
At billing time, we found out that the 10% discount is reserved for bills higher than 100€ only..
Favorite Dish: I would definitely suggest "Antipasto Sardo" (Sardinian Entries): a big dish covered with local cheese and sliced salami.
Updated Sep 11, 2008
Address: Località Punta Negra, Stintino (SS)
Phone: +39 079 543 089
You'll pass the Ristorante Valentina on your right-hand side while going from Stintino "downtown" to the beaches. The restaurant is pretty visible because of the big luminous sign on its roof.
The restaurant offers a wide range of local food (both fish and meat menus) and also a typical Sardinian menu, if booked in advance.
Food is tasty and prices are reasonable.
The restaurant is furnished in a very simple way but has a nice terrace overlooking the sea and large windows with the same view for the inner room.
Favorite Dish: I really loved SEADAS, a typical Sardinian small cake filled with cheese and covered with honey.
Written Sep 11, 2008
Address: S.P. 34 La Pelosa, Stintino (SS)
Phone: +39 079 520 080
Comune di Stintino municipal cafe and snack bar with toilets (50c) and showers (extra).
Cold drinks and snacks at exhorbitant mark ups but there were no options!
What to buy: Only what you absolutely must
Narrowl avoids ignominiously ending up in the Tourist traps section as there is nowhere else!
What to pay: Expect to be flayed alive......
Written Apr 12, 2008