Baja Sardinia

Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style
Visit Sardinia in Style

Baja Sardinia

Baja Sardinia’s location is one of its key attributes, as it is situated in the heart of Costa Smeralda, one of the most exclusive and luxurious destinations in Italy. Costa Smeralda is a coveted location that spans the northeast coast of Sardinia, with Baja Sardinia being one of its most charming towns.

The town is easily accessible from the nearby Olbia-Costa Smeralda airport, which is only a 30-minute drive away. Alternatively, visitors can take a ferry from the mainland to the nearby port of Porto Torres or Golfo Aranci and then drive to Baja Sardinia.

Baja Sardinia’s position is ideal, nestled between the stunning natural landscapes of Gallura. The town harbors its own picturesque bay, with the vivid Mediterranean Sea on one side and the craggy hills and valleys of Sardinia on the other. This harmonious blending of sea and mountains imbues the town with its distinctive personality and appeal, offering breathtaking vistas at every turn. Baja Sardinia is perfectly situated to immerse visitors in the scenic splendor and contrasting beauty of sky and sea.

The location also allows visitors to explore other nearby towns and attractions in Costa Smeralda. The town is only a short drive from famous destinations such as Porto Cervo, Porto Rotondo, and La Maddalena archipelago, which offer even more beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and stunning natural beauty.

It is an integral part of its appeal, as it is situated in the heart of one of the most beautiful and exclusive destinations in Italy. Its proximity to the airport and other nearby attractions make it an ideal base for exploring the region, while its natural harbor location allows visitors to enjoy the best of both worlds – the sea and the mountains.


One of the advantages of staying in Baja Sardinia over other nearby towns in Costa Smeralda, such as Porto Cervo, is that accommodations here tend to be more affordable. While still offering breathtaking natural beauty and a wide range of amenities, Baja Sardinia’s hotels, villas, and bed and breakfasts typically come with a lower price tag than those in Porto Cervo, making it a more accessible option for budget-conscious travelers.

That being said, Baja Sardinia still offers a high level of luxury and comfort, with many hotels and villas providing top-notch facilities and services. Visitors can enjoy stunning sea views, private beaches, and top-quality dining options without breaking the bank.

Overall, Baja Sardinia strikes a perfect balance between affordability and luxury, allowing visitors to experience the best of Costa Smeralda without having to pay Porto Cervo prices.


Baja Sardinia and the surrounding area are home to some of the most beautiful beaches. You can enjoy incredible white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters around or explore Costa Smeralda.

  • Spiaggia di Baja Sardinia – The main beach in Baja Sardinia located in the town center and is easily accessible on foot. It’s a beautiful crescent-shaped beach with fine white sand and crystal-clear waters, and it offers stunning views of the surrounding coastline. The beach is equipped with beach umbrellas and sun loungers, and there are plenty of cafes, restaurants, and bars nearby. It’s a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and people-watching, and it’s popular with both locals and tourists alike.
  • Cala Battistoni – This small sandy cove is located just north of Baja Sardinia and can be reached by foot or by boat. It’s a quieter spot than some of the other nearby beaches and offers stunning views of the surrounding cliffs and sea.
  • Cala Bitta – This small beach is located just south of Baja Sardinia and is popular with families due to its shallow waters and calm currents. It’s a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking.
  • Spiaggia del Principe – You’ll feel like royalty at this beach, named after Prince Aga Khan. The turquoise waters and fine sand make it the perfect spot for a day of swimming and sunbathing.
  • Liscia Ruja – This beach is so long, you might need a map to navigate it. The sand dunes and pine trees provide a natural shelter from the wind, so you can soak up the sun in peace.
  • Capriccioli – This beach is like two for the price of one, with two small bays that each have their own unique charm. The shallow water is perfect for swimming, while the rocks at the edge of the beach are a dream for snorkelers.
  • Cala di Volpe – You’ll feel like you’re in a movie at this picture-perfect beach in front of the Hotel Cala di Volpe. The rocks and lush vegetation provide a stunning backdrop for your sunbathing session.
  • Cala Granu – This small, secluded beach near Porto Cervo is a hidden gem. The crystal-clear water and rocky surroundings make it a popular spot for snorkelers and divers.
  • Romazzino – This exclusive beach near Porto Cervo is a must-visit for beach enthusiasts. The turquoise water and fine sand will take your breath away.
  • Spiaggia del Pevero – This beach near the Pevero Golf Club is for the water sports enthusiasts. Get your adrenaline pumping with windsurfing and kitesurfing, or just kick back and enjoy the stunning views.

Visitors can also explore the nearby islands of La Maddalena and Caprera, which offer stunning natural scenery and a glimpse into the area’s rich history.


Baja Sardinia is a small coastal town with some of the most desirable spots for those seeking a beach getaway while wanting to stay in town and enjoy the surrounding lifestyle. It is ideal for families and couples alike.

The town has charming beaches right in the heart of the community, allowing visitors to easily access the sand and sea while still being immersed in the local atmosphere. Beachgoers can dip their toes in the turquoise waters, swim and splash, or simply relax while dining at seaside restaurants and soaking in the seaside ambiance.

With scenic promenades, picturesque piazzas, artisan boutiques, cafes and gelaterias, Baja Sardinia offers opportunities for strolling, people watching, shopping and dolce far niente. At night, the town comes alive with nightlife featuring live music venues, wine bars, and a vibrant social scene.

Whether seeking adventure or romance, sunbathing or sightseeing, Baja Sardinia flawlessly blends a relaxing beach escape with an engaging town experience, crafting the perfect getaway for any taste.

For those who long for glamour and ultra luxury, the port town of Porto Cervo is just a short distance away. Its marinas are home to the islands’ largest yachts, and it exudes opulence with expensive boutiques, lavish villas, and renowned superclubs as Billionaire, Sottovento and Nikki Beach. Baja Sardinia provides access to both the charming seaside charm and glittering jet-set scene, allowing visitors to discover different aspects of Sardinian allure.

The Piazzetta is the heart of Baja Sardinia, a charming square surrounded by shops, cafes, and restaurants. Visitors can sit and relax while taking in the lively atmosphere of the town.

The waterfront promenade offers stunning views of the sea and is a popular place for a leisurely stroll. Visitors can take in the picturesque scenery, enjoy a gelato, or stop at one of the many cafes or bars along the way.

Baja Sardinia is known for its vibrant nightlife and entertainment scene. Visitors can enjoy a cocktail at one of the many beachside bars, dance the night away at one of the town’s nightclubs, or take in a live music performance at one of the open-air venues.

Baja Sardinia is renowned for its iconic nightclubs, featuring stunning locations and vibrant nightlife.

  • Phi Beach club perches on a rocky outcrop overlooking the sea, offering sunset cocktails and dancing under the stars. With a huge dance floor, outdoor seating, and excellent music, it hosts international DJs, live shows and unforgettable parties.
  • Ritual Club is set amid granite boulders, creating a memorable space. Its terrace nestles between the rocks, embracing the scenic beauty. Modern style combines with rusticcharm. Top music, energy and influencers fuel the buzz.

Costa Smeralda’s nightlife is most vibrant during the summer season, from June through September. Peaking in July and August, the region buzzes with energy and crowds during these peak summer months. During these peak summer nights, virtually all of the clubs and bars remain open every evening, frequently hosting special events and parties that draw in both locals and visitors.

For those who love the outdoors, Baja Sardinia offers plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, and exploring the surrounding natural beauty. Visitors can take a stroll along the town’s picturesque waterfront, hike through the nearby hills and valleys, or take a boat tour of the stunning coastline.

On the other hand there is a fun-filled water park that offers a variety of exciting attractions for visitors of all ages. This family-friendly attraction offers a range of water slides, pools, and attractions that are perfect for both kids and adults. The park features a variety of slides, including a multi-lane slide, a kamikaze slide, and a family slide. There are also several pools, a lazy river, and a wave pool. Acquapark is a great place to cool off on a hot summer day and enjoy some fun in the sun.


Baja Sardinia offers a diverse range of activities for visitors, from water sports and outdoor adventures to cultural experiences and relaxation on stunning beaches. Whether you’re seeking excitement or tranquility, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this beautiful coastal destination.

  • Porto Cervo – The iconic port town with upscale shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. It is a hub for the yachting scene and hosts many lavish events and regattas.
  • Porto Rotondo – A picturesque harbor village with a charming historic center, sandy beach and yacht marina. It is home to the prestigious Porto Rotondo Golf Club.
  • Poltu Quatu – This picturesque glamorous village located on a natural harbor and secluded bay in granite fjord, is known for its marina, luxury yachts, and seafood restaurants. Poltu Quatu is a great place to explore on foot, and you’ll find plenty of shops, cafes, and bars, also a popular anchorage for yachts.
  • Cala di Volpe: This secluded bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Smeralda, and it’s no wonder that it’s a favorite spot for the rich and famous. The beach is surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation and has crystal-clear water that’s perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
  • Baja Sardinia: This charming and cozy seaside village is known for its stunning beaches and lively nightlife. Baja Sardinia is a great place to relax during the day and party at night, and you’ll find plenty of bars, clubs, and restaurants.
  • San Pantaleo: This beautiful charming village is located in the hills of Costa Smeralda and is known for its traditional architecture, artisanal crafts and weekly market. San Pantaleo is a great place to relax and soak up the local culture, and you’ll find plenty of cafes and restaurants serving traditional Sardinian cuisine.
  • La Maddalena Archipelago: This stunning group of islands is located off the coast of Costa Smeralda and is a must-visit for nature lovers. The archipelago is a protected marine park and home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Italy.
  • Bonifacio in Corsica: This charming town is located on the southern tip of Corsica and is known for its historic citadel and stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. Visitors can explore the town’s shops, restaurants, and bars, and take a boat tour to see the limestone cliffs and sea caves along the coast.
  • La Maddalena: This charming town is located on the island of La Maddalena and is known for its picturesque harbor, historic architecture, and lively atmosphere. Visitors can explore the town’s shops, restaurants, and bars, and take a ferry to the neighboring island of Caprera, where they can visit the house of Italian patriot and hero Giuseppe Garibaldi.
  • Gallura: This region in northeastern Sardinia is known for its rugged landscapes, granite mountains, and traditional villages. Visitors can explore its many hiking trails, visit its historic churches and museums, and sample its traditional cuisine, such as the famous Gallura soup.
  • Pevero Golf Club is a renowned Robert Trent Jones-designed golf course. The 18-hole, par-72 course features stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and has hosted international tournaments such as the Italian Open and the World Cup of Golf. The club also offers amenities such as a driving range, putting greenpro shop, and clubhouse with a restaurant and bar.
  • Cervo Tennis Club is a luxurious tennis club with eight clay courts, a fitness center, swimming pool, and a restaurant serving local cuisine, the club offers members and guests a world-class experience. Its prime location also provides access to some of the most exclusive shopping, dining, and entertainment options for a luxurious Mediterranean lifestyle.
  • Archaeological Sites – the area also has a rich archaeological history, with several important sites that provide insight into the island’s ancient past. One of the most significant sites located in Arzachena is the Nuraghe La Prisgiona, a Bronze Age complex consisting of a central tower and several smaller ones. Another important site is the Tomba dei Giganti Coddu Vecchiu, a prehistoric burial site that dates back to the Nuraghic era. These archaeological sites offer a glimpse into the fascinating history of Sardinia and are a must-see for anyone interested in ancient civilizations.
  • Adventure activities include canyoning, climbing, 4WD tours, and caving. There are many sporting cliffs, climbing routes, hiking trails and spelunking opportunities in the interior mountains and forests.
  • Wineries in the area are known for their iconic Vermentinos, crisp white wines made from Vermentino grapes with floral and citrus flavors. Costa Smeralda wineries have received international recognition for their innovative wines that reflect the unique terroir and climate of this pristine coastline in Sardinia. These wineries provide memorable experiences allowing visitors to explore the region’s winemaking traditions. They offer wine tastings, vineyard tours, and cellar visits where guests learn about the history and craftsmanship behind the wines.

Select your stylish Mediterranean hideaway

Your bespoke Sardinia vacation is only a friendly conversation away

Tell us how we can make your dreams of luxury Mediterranean travel come true