The southernmost part of the Emerald Coast - which begins, as beforesaid, with the wide bay of Cala di Volpe - has the same environmental characteristics as recurring in the rest of this extraordinary stretch of the Sardinian coast. In addiction, it presents the particularity of a high concentration of beaches: there are as much as sixteen in less than five kilometres of coastline. The last five ones are situated in the Cala Razza di Giunco and are quite different from one another, although they have the splendid crystal-like sea that washes them in common. It is to be pointed out the existence, behind the dunes close to the second and third coves, of small ponds which are always framed by a luxuriant vegetation of marshy plants and surrounded by a thick Mediterranean macchia.
It is up of less frequented beaches, since they are not easily reachable by land and they are also far from the main landfalls on this coast. So we strongly suggest to visit this corner of Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast) with a sailing charter or with one of our luxury motor yacht charter. Therefore, it is not rare to have the possibility to enjoy them alone or with few other lovers of this wonderful nature. The loveliest are Cala Suaredda, which is the northernmost, and the beach Rena Bianca, the southernmost. The latter belongs to Olbia and is easily reachable, being near the road; whereas the others, as all the rest of the Emerald Coast territory, belong to Arzachena.