Baia Chia Travel Guide

Baia Chia, in the South of Sardinia, is a fantastic seaside spot. The white sandy beaches, the high sand dunes and the crystalline water have a Caribbean feel. It is only the Mediterranean vegetation and in particular the juniper trees, typical of this region, that remind you this fantastic island is in the Med. Facing the bay, the islet of “Su Giudeu” can be reached by paddling across from the beach. Cala Cipolla, the bay next to Baia Chia, is only accessible on foot, the picturesque beach and the cliff make the walk certainly worth while. Driving a few kilometres in the direction of Teulada, the beach of Tuerredda must be visited, there you can hire a rubber dinghy and have a fantastic excursion along the coastline to Capo Teulada. Chia, like many other holiday destinations with the economy centred around tourism is rather quiet during winter and comes to life in the summer months. There is a good selection of restaurants, bars and hotels in the area. The nightlife is very lively with some good nightclubs, which makes it a popular destination with young people as well.

Thanks to the way the wind blows down South, Chia is the perfect spot for surfers and windsurfers, who come all year round.

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