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Alghero's main beach, San Giovanni, is located right in front of the city and, with its 5 km of fine, white sand, stretches all the way to the suburb of Fertilia, where it changes its name to Maria Pia. 

In the 80 km of coastline skirting Alghero, there are numerous wonderful beaches and low-level rocks.

Here are some details to help you make up your mind about which ones to visit.

1) La Speranza – often windswept and with large waves that delight surfers and swimmers.
2) Il Burantin – easily reached by sea, relatively empty
3) Le Vasche – natural swimming pools amid the rocks.
4) Il Canal de l’Oma Molt – outlet of the Rio Salondra with soft, cool water.
5) Cala Bona – a small bay with crystal-clear water.
6) San Giovanni and Maria Pia – the beaches that link Alghero to the suburb of Fertilia.
7) Punta Negra – the beach next to the village of Giuliana di Fertilia
8) Le Bombarde – always mobbed with young people
9) Il Lazzaretto – flanked by numerous bays with light-coloured sand and crystal-clear water.
10) Mugoni – skirted by a thick pine forest.
11) Porticciolo – loomed over by a Spanish watchtower.
12) Porto Ferro – with its reddish sand, this is a favourite haunt of surfers.

Comune di Alghero
Club Nautico Alghero
Yacht Club Alghero
Lega Navale Italiana