Spiaggia Mugoni, Alghero

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Spiaggia Mugoni, Alghero - Address

Address: Strada Provinciale 55, Alghero, Sardinia, Italy

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Timings: 24-hrs Details

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Beach, Water Sport, Sand Dunes

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Several kilometers long, Spiaggia Mugoni is one of the finest beaches of Alghero forming a sweeping arc and covered with fine colored sand. Its white sand and emerald colored water that always remain cool and calm even in summer months like August, make the beach a favorable spot for families to hang out. The thick wood pine trees along the beach shelter the sea, beautifies the beach. Children find it safer enough to enjoy some time in the water. Tourists who prefer to spend more time in the place, stays by in nearby hotels. 

To explore the coast during waves, you can hire ‘patino boat’.

Activities like surfing and wind surfing are also favored on this beach.

Spiaggia Mugoni Information

  • Paid toilets and shower facilities are available on the beach.
  • Closely located hotels are there if you plan for a night stay.
  • Large car parking space is available where campers can park their camper vans.
  • The beach has easy wheelchair access.
  • Entry is Free.

How To reach Spiaggia Mugoni by Public Transport

  • By Car

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  • Good, but there are many good beaches less well known

  • Great beach, lot of people But i guess Thats What you Get when you have a Nice beach.

  • Full of people. Food is good but too expensive. Dishes are in plastic. The sea is ok.

  • Wonderful 😎👍❤

  • A disappointment given how many great things I had heard about the beach. From Alghero it took an hour to get there on a cramped bus (which was due to take 30 minutes) and the same distance back. The beach itself was horrendously busy. The infrastructure such as bars / restaurants / toilets is very poor or non-existent. The restaurants blare out reggaeton music which inexplicably seems to be popular here. Not the idyllic location we were hoping for

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