The Sassi beach is hosted by a strip of land that connects the promontory of Iscia Segada to the hamlet of Porto Rotondo. Opposite, you can admire the Spiaggia delle Alghe and, together, they overlook the sea of the Costa Smeralda.
Its name derives from the composition of the beach, composed of grey and pearly pebbles and very fine sand. The pebbles are the main characteristic of this very particular beach and made even more fascinating by a majestic cliff that extends behind it and shelters it from the winds, ensuring a sea that is not very rough. In addition, a thick and colourful Mediterranean maquis extends around it, which allows the creation of several shady areas, very useful to find shelter from the sun easily.
The beach is small and, precisely this, in high season it is always very crowded. It offers any kind of service, starting with bars and ending with the rental of sunbeds and/or small boats. It is the ideal solution both for families, who can let their children play quietly on a shallow and sandy seabed, and for groups of friends who love adventure and who absolutely cannot miss the tour of the most beautiful beaches of Porto Rotondo, including Hrusca Beach, Bassey Beach and Cala Punta Volpe.