Things to see and do - Stintino
Stintino Travel guide
Stintino : Michelin's recommendations
Stintino began its life as a sad and lonely place of exile. Here, on this narrow arm of the sea originally called s’isthintinu, or "trench", from which it takes its current name, is where around 40 fishermen of Ligurian origin and their families decided to settle in the 19C, having been expelled from the Cala d'Oliva, on the Isola dell'Asinara. Today Stintino is a sublime microcosm with its two marinas – Portu Mannu and Portu Minori – and its endless beaches.
Tourist attractions Stintino : Things to see and do
I - 07040 Rocca-Ruja
With its long white sand beach enclosed to the north by the Torre della Pelosa (17C), La Pelosa is a genuinely natural oasis. It is the most famous - and busiest - of Stintino's beaches and with good reason: views over Isola Piana and Isola dell'Asin..
I - Le Vele
This rocky beach, enclosed to the north by Capo Falcone, has an extraordinary location opposite the little Isolotto della Pelosa, which is reached by a ford surrounded by an absolutely magnificent sea. This popular destination has all facilities (bar..
Via Sassari 14 I - 07040 Stintino
Prix Prices from : 80 €
Hotel Silvestrino is located in Stintino, just 100 metres from the coast and 5 minutes' drive from La Pelosa Beach. It offers free Wi-Fi, a gourmet restaurant, and air-conditioned rooms. The hotel has been completely renovated but still preserves it..
Via XXI Aprile 8 I - 07040 Stintino
Geranio Rosso is located in the historic centre of Stintino, between 2 harbours and close to many Sardinian restaurants and bars. All rooms offer air conditioning. Rooms include a private bathroom and a plasma TV. Breakfast is Italian style. The fa..
Loc. Cala Lupo I - 07040 Stintino
Al Saraceno overlooks the Asinara Bay and island, home to unspoilt protected parkland. Surrounded by greenery, it features a large outdoor pool and a free beach shuttle during summer. Fitted with rustic and country furnishings, rooms at Al Saraceno ..