Spiaggia Mugoni

Northwestern Sardinia

The main focus of Porto Conte is Spiaggia Mugoni, a hugely popular beach that arcs around the bay’s northeastern flank. With its fine white sand and protected waters, it makes an excellent venue for beginners to try their hand at water sports. The Club della Vela offers windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking and sailing courses, and also rents out boats.

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