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Orrì Lido beach

The Lido di Orrì beach is located on the east coast of Sardinia, about four kilometres from the town of Tortolì. It is considered one of the most beautiful and representative beaches on the island's east coast, especially for the fact that it is the largest and longest: 16 kilometres of coastline (multi-awarded with Legambiente's 'blue flags') made up of small, graceful inlets and granite cliffs, each of which is home to charming little beaches.

The beach at Orrì consists of white and golden sand, so fine and soft as to be almost impalpable. The seabed is shallow, for about 300 m from the shore it gradually diminishes, allowing less experienced swimmers to dive without apprehension; it is therefore also ideal for children who can play in peace.

The transparent, crystal-clear waters, in shades ranging from emerald green to turquoise, are rich in fish and therefore ideal for snorkelling, fishing and diving enthusiasts. Surfers are also frequent visitors to this beach, as it is often windswept.

Behind the beach you will also find a pine forest.

The main beach of Orrì (called 'big beach') is about 3.5 km long and has a large car park, also suitable for campers. It offers many services, such as: beach equipment rental, numerous refreshment stands and kiosks-bars, and children's games. Nearby you will find a campsite, several hotels and other accommodation facilities.

How to get to Lido di Orrì:

from Tortolì, take the SS 125 for about 400 m towards the south, i.e. towards Cagliari, until you reach an obvious fork. On the other hand, if you are coming from Olbia, take the SS 125 to Siniscola, following the signs for Lanusei or Tortolì, turn right at the crossroads and continue for about 2 km towards Lido di Orrì.

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