Spiaggia di Salinedda 

4.7 (19 ratings)
  • 40° 49' 58" N, 9° 42' 19" E / See on the map


  • Anchor
  • Mooring buoys
  • Anchor stern to
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
  • Snack
  • Water
  • Dock

User reviews (19 ratings)

  • Julien & Flavie
    Julien & Flavie ~ 16/01/2021
    Aramis | Sailboat ~ 9.8 m

    Very beautiful setting !! We anchored in 5m, sand and very good grip. Well protected from the north wind when we were there. An easterly swell entered the bay but we were well protected by the rocks flush with the water that cut the waves and the island just beside it. We left the annex on the beach with no problem and went for a walk to see the other coves around. Magnificent with the rock of Tavolara still in sight.

    Très beau cadre!! Nous avons mouillé dans 5m, sable et très bonne accroche. Bien protégé du vent de Nord quand nous y étions. De la houle d’Est est entré dans la baie mais nous étions bien protégé par les rochers à fleur d’eau qui coupe les vagues et l’île juste à côté. Nous avons laissé l’annexe sur la plage sans problème et sommes partis en balade voir les autres criques aux alentours. Magnifique avec le rocher de Tavolara toujours en vue.

  • Gerard
    Gerard ~ 29/07/2020
    Ventotene | Sailboat ~ 14.9 m

    Grandiose landscape with the tavolara in the background, the anchorage is calm and we are six boats in late July.

    Paysage grandiose avec la tavolara en toile de fond le mouillage est calme et nous sommes six bateaux en cette fin juillet.

  • Max
    Max ~ 09/07/2020
    Gladia | Sailboat ~ 10.38 m

    Attention to the bottom made of patches of sand, seagrass and rocks. Near the center of the bay, anchoring on the sand the stretched chain can end up under rocks and gigantic concrete parallelepipeds under 5 meters.

    Attenzione al fondo fatto di chiazze di sabbia, posidonia e rocce. Nel pressi del centro della baia ancorando sulla sabbia la catena distesa può finire sotto rocce e giganteschi parallelepipedi di cemento sotto a 5 metri.

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