Stella Marina, Lu Nibaru, Sa Capannizza

Stella Marina, Lu Nibaru, Sa Capannizza

A beauty spot that’s four kilometres long!

The small sand dunes, pinewood and shallow waters make this the perfect place to bring children. Nearby parking, bars, and restaurants make these the ideal beaches for those who like to experience the sea in comfort.  

This section of coast is also interesting from a naturalistic viewpoint, due to the wetlands behind it. These features make the whole bay of Budoni a great place to discover in the off-peak seasons of the year - long, pleasant walks and of course, the occasional selfie!

How to get here

Setting out from north to south, the first beach access can be reached from the centre of Budoni, turning at Via dei Lidi, and continuing to the river mouth and the beach known as Stella Marina. 

This first access takes you along the seafront, on a dirt road beside the pinewoods, then heading south to Pedra e Cupa and the Lu Nibaru beach.

It is also possible to access the bay by heading south along Via Nazionale, as far as the sports field and following the signs to the beach of Sa Capannizza.


Beaches cleaned daily


4 Foot washers (Stella Marina), 4 Foot washers (La Tavernetta), 3 Foot washers (Baìa di Sale), 1 Foot washer (Sa Capannizza)

2 Showers combined with foot washers (1 at Lu Paradisu and 1 at Sa Capannizza)


JoB sea wheelchair to allow visitors with disabilities to enter the water easily

Disabled Toilets

Sun lounger and umbrella hire

Water games and dinghy hire

Bars, restaurants and refreshments - Stella MarinaLa Tavernetta, Chiosco Baìa di SaleLu Nibaru, Chiosco Lu ParadisuSa Capannizza

Recycling bins

Pay and display car park

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