Expanses of brilliant white sand and the most transparent water in Sardinia
The sea in South-west Sardinia provides some of the most stirring scenery on the island: the white, silent and sun-kissed beaches are framed by the splendour of the pinewoods and by the dense macchia of juniper, myrtle and strawberry tree.
In cove after cove you can admire unique colours and transparencies.
The beaches and sea are not the only beautiful settings in the South West of Sardinia: hills cloaked with woods of oak and pine, the realm of free and noble animals like the red deer; paths tinted by the sun and caves and grottoes carved out by the patient work of water. The microclimate of this region is particularly mild in all seasons of the year.
The beach of Nora at Pula
The beaches of Campana, Su Giudeu and Tuerredda at Chia (Domus de Maria)
The panoramic road to Capo Teulada
The nature reserve of Piscina Manna at Pula
The Pantaleo wildlife sanctuary at Santadi
The caves of Is Zuddas at Santadi