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Sardinia for 18days in July

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We are in our 30's and keen on swimming, scuba diving, kayaking, tramping in fact anything outdoorsy. We aren't so keen on crowds but unfortunately this is when we have our holidays this year. We fly into Cagliari on the 4th July and collect a rental car. After this we have no accommodation booked and just wanted to stop when we found a great uncrowded beach. Is this going to be possible. We don't want long white sands with lots of deck chairs but love the look of the rocky bays.
Should we concentrate around the east and the north or are there some must see places in the West. Not big into history for this trip , have thought about chartering a zodiac for a few days and tripping around the Costa Smeralda for a few days by ourselves.
Any hints or advice really appreciated and I forgot to mention we are keen foodies who would love to try fresh local produce.
Is the wind a problem at this time of the year therefore one coast is better than the other?

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