Spiaggia Rosa is in North-East Sardinia, Italy on the tiny, uninhabited island of Budelli. The beach has a pink tinge due to shells and fragments of red coral. It is located inside of the La Maddalena National Park.
Unfortunately, too many tourists were taking sand away from the beach, so it has been closed to tourists, however you can still view the beach from aboard a boat or from Spiaggia del Cavaliere nearby, which you can visit on a guided tour. Dolphins frequent the waters near the beach, and visitors who take boat tours to see the pink sands often see them.
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