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Rena Bianca Beach

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Rena Bianca beach

The name, Rena Bianca, evokes the colour of the sand, fine white and soft but with some pink reflections due to the small grains of quartzite. Sinking one's feet into it gives one a feeling of pleasure, which becomes wonder as one looks at the turquoise and emerald-green sea, the reddish granite cliffs, and the crown of green, fragrant vegetation framing the beach. The panorama includes the islands of Soffi and Mortorio to the left. The beach is free, but it is possible to rent parasols and sunbeds and various equipment for exploring the shoreline, such as canoes, jet skis or pedal boats. And then you can try windsurfing and surfing, thanks to the school on the beach. In high season it is usually very busy, so those who want to escape the crowds can take the two paths from the car park and the left side of the beach and, crossing the northern headland, reach a small, wild, sandy arch called Lu Stagnu Longu, because of the small pond behind it.

Rena Bianca Beach

Spiaggia Rena Bianca, 07026 Olbia SS, Italia

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