12 beautiful beaches to wear your birthday suit in Sardinia, Italy

You searched for it; time and time again: nude, naked Sardinia, nudismo and nude Italy. I’ve done a little digging and found 12 wonderful beaches in Sardinia, Italy where you can proudly wear your birthday suit. Spiagge per e nudismo in Sardegna, Italia.

  • Arbus, Piscinas, CagliariSimplicity by Jennifer Avventura My Sardinian Life 2013
  • Capo Carbonara, Villasimius, Cagliari
  • Mari Pintau, Geremeas, Cagliari
  • Spiaggia di Prumare, Muravera, Costa Rei
  • Spiaggia di Is Arenas, Oristano
  • Spiaggia del Liscia, Palau, Olbia-Tempio
  • Tortoli, Lido di Orri, Ogliastra
  • Porto Ferro, Alghero
  • Cala Volpe, Porto Cervo, Olbia-Tempio
  • Liscia di Vacca, Olbia-Tempio
  • Piccolo Pevero, Arzachena, Olbia-Tempio
  • Capo Falcone, Stintino, Sassari

But before you strip down, be sure you know the laws of the land:

In 2006 the Italian Supreme Court passed a law stating that certain beaches could be designated as a nude beach. These beaches would in fact have to post signs for the weary traveler – stating the beach as a nudist beach.

Summer 2012 in Taormina, Sicily a man was fined €1200 for going nude on a public, overcrowded beach. There were other nudist on the same beach as this man but they ran away to hide the moment the police arrived. He was the only one who had the balls to sit on his patch of sand and make the police come to him!

Tortoli, Sardinia – 2 British tourists were subject to a stern warning from police for being naked on the beach.

***Disclaimer: I have never been to any of the above beaches. Please use caution and common sense before you shed your clothes.

Do you like to wear your birthday suit on the beach?

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The local side of it – Li Feruli, Sardinia, Italy

I’ve written about this stunning stretch of beach many, many times before and yesterday, for the first time in 6 months, I finally got to relive its natural beauty. Li Feruli was left off the list of top beaches in Sardinia that was circulating the social media scene and I’m grateful as I want to keep this gem all to myself.


There was hardly a soul around (with the exception of a pair of nudist) as we made our way to ‘our‘ spot. The cool breeze mixed with the salt air and I reminded myself that I have returned to heaven.

And now, I’d like to remind you, the naked tourist. This stretch of sand is not a designated nudist beach. Personally, I have zero problem if you decide to strip down to your birthday suit but the local authorities may see differently.

If you’d like to get naked in Italy here is a wonderful link with designated nude beaches.

It’s good to be home! It’s good to set foot on Li Feruli, again and again!

What’s the first thing you do after returning from abroad?