Sardinia has been awarded with 14 blue flags for the summer season 2019 by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).
The flags are awarded to those sea resorts that meet several principles related to the sustainable management of the surrounding territory like the bathing water quality, the environmental education activities, the safety of the beach and the free access for the physically disabled.
All these requirements are established together with specialists, to make sure they are reliable and solid.
Year after year the Sardinian operators started investing in coastal landscape protection, vigilance, accessibility of the coasts, cultural offers and complementary activities.
Here it is the list of the blue flags assigned to Sardinia for 2019:
- Badesi (3 blue flags): Li Junchi, Li Mindi-Lu Stangioni, Pirrotto Li Frati-Baia delle Mimose
- Bari Sardo (3 blue flags): Bucca ‘e Strumpu, Torre di Barì and Planargia
- Castelsardo (2 blue flags): Madonnina-Stella Maris and Sacro Cuore-Ampurias;
- La Maddalena (7 blue flags): Bassa Trinità, Monti D’a Rena, Tegge, Spalmatore, Porto Lungo, Caprera Due Mari and Caprera Relitto
- Oristano (1 blue flag): Torregrande shoreline
- Quartu Sant’Elena (2 blue flags): Mare Pintau and Poetto di Quartu
- Palau (6 blue flags): Palau Vecchio, Stagno Saline shoreline, L’Isolotto, L’Isuledda (Porto Pollo), La Sciumara and the outfall of the river Liscia
- Sant’Antioco (1 blue flag): Maladroxia beach
- Santa Teresa Gallura (4 blue flags): Rena Ponente, Rena Bianca, Zia Culumba and La Taltana-Santa Reparata
- Sassari (2 blue flags): Porto Ferro and Porto Palmas
- Sorso (2 blue flags): Marina di Sorso and Marina beach
- Teulada (3 blue flags): Porto Tramatzu, Sabbie Bianche and Tuerredda
- Tortolì (6 blue flags): Lido di Cea, Lido di Orrì, Muxì (Il Golfetto), Orrì Foxilioni, Ponente (La Capannina) and Porto Frailis
- Trinità d’Agultu and Vignola (2 blue flags): La Marinedda and Lunga Isola Rossa