• Enjoy the sea of Budoni

Budoni, a true slice of heaven

The town and the surrounding area

Budoni is located on Sardinia’s North-Eastern coast.

At the border between Gallura and Baronia, and with its 18 km coastline, Budoni boasts a privileged location, perfect to visit and tour nearby localities and attractions, such as San Teodoro, only 12 km away, or the islands of Tavolara and Molara.

Budoni is an ancient ‘stazzo’ (settlement) of the Gallura region and it is surrounded by hills and pristine nature. Its uniqueness stems from the presence of 5 coastal ponds: Li Cucutti, Li Salineddi, Stagno Morto, Sant’Anna and S’Ain, home to many species of birds. Incredible landscapes, white sandy beaches and a busy calendar of summer events: these are just a few reasons to spend a holiday in Budoni.

There are also interesting archeological ruins, such as the Su Entosu Nuraghe, the Conca and Bentu Nuraghe and the Agliola Domus de Jana, in the small locality of Solità.
Only 5 km from Budoni, the Port of Ottiolu is also quite important, being the perfect starting point to make short boat trips and cruises to discover Sardinia’s Northeastern coast.

Budoni’s beaches

Budoni’s coast features a wide range of beaches and landscapes.

A few hundred meters from town, the beach of the same name Cala Budoni is among the most beautiful ones: a 4 kilometer-long beach of thin, white sand, stretching from Punta Li Cucutti to Punta Porto Ainu, and taking on different names depending on the area: Li Salineddi, Salamaghe, Lido del Sole, Sa Capannizza.

Other beaches worth mentioning are Porto Ainu and Sant’Anna Beach, from which you can enjoy a captivating panorama thanks to the small island of Pedrami located in front of it.