I said I would come back and take more photos of Cala Brandinchi – and this it. This was that day. Cala Brandinchi is about 10-15 minutes walk for Lia and me from our home in Villaggio Porto Coda Cavallo. It is where we go when we don’t want to be in Salina Bamba or when I wanted to have a nice cup of frozen coffee at the bar.
We take the dirt path from the village. This is the view of our village.
And this is Tavolara Island, at the back of our village.
Sometimes Isola Tavolara looks so white!
With the village behind us, we trudge on the path to Brandinchi, and the first view is the parking lot right in front, and the beach on the left.
When we get down the path, there is this mini forest and picnic area, right next to the parking lot and the bar.
But we take the path on the left going to the beach.
And here is Cala Brandinchi – the Tahiti of Sardegna.
I go into the water myself and take photos of the beach.
At this time, it is nearly six o’clock (Don’t mind my EXIF, it’s incorrect) and people are already leaving and going home. This is my favorite time of the day to go to the beach.
And then the sun was already setting.
And Lia found a piece of wood that she pretended was a surf board.
And we bought a pair of sunglasses from our favorite African peddler.
Then it was time to head back home.
This is me with our bags and Lia. Our bodies casting shadows on the clear white waters.
These beach umbrellas and sun beds can be rented for half day and whole day, with rates changing each month. The rates are highest during the month of August.
Lia was walking with her Fluttershy Equestria doll.
And this is the path between the beach and the bar.
This is the view of the beach from the bar.
And we like this bar because Lia always wants to eat some fruits and green salad before going back home.
She likes it because of this fake grass that she knows is a carpet so she likes laying down here – or throwing down her sunglasses and her slippers.
For the other post on Cala Brandinchi, click here.