Merdionale the coast of Sardinia is bounded on the west by Cape Spartivento and east by the promontory of Villasimius. It is characterized by long sandy beaches on the west side, then leave the place after Cagliari beaches alternating with smaller sweet granite headlands.
The most famous tourist sites are Villasimius, with Punta Molenti beaches and Cala Pira, Pula, with the beach of Santa Margherita, and Chia, with the beach of Su Giudeu; Cagliari is the famous beach Poetto holiday resort much frequented by locals.
The region of Sarrabus is also called "the garden of Sardinia for the presence of many citrus trees that grow lush and full of lemons, oranges, tangerines and clementines, thanks to the microclimate that makes this region one of the most productive of the entire island of Sardinia. There are long beaches.'s Start from the beach Capo Ferrato, not easily accessible due to road. The beach is not equipped but worth visiting to see the crescent of fine white sand lapped by the waters clear.
Capo Ferrato past we are facing one of the most popular tourist areas not only in the province of Cagliari but of Sardinia: Costa Rei, a strip of golden sand 8 kilometers long, with hotels, campsites, apartments, farmhouses and private homes are an important tourism product.
To the south of the beach of Costa Rei, is the beach of Cala Pira, dominated by a Spanish tower, accessible by a path that ends in a cove surrounded by a hill and a series of rocks and cliffs, surrounded by palm trees, pine trees and Mediterranean scrub. Opposite stands the Island of Serpentara thin, topped by the tower of St Louis.
Going to Punta Molentis is the long beach of Simius, which hides the pond Notteri during the summer dry completely. This beach, one of the most beautiful of Sardinia, it closes with Cala Giunco. For those who prefer sand to the rocks there is the beach of Porto Pirastu. This stretch of repair is high, discontinuous, rocky, interrupted by small indentations from sheltered spot where they hatch Mediterranean beaches formed by rocks and stones burnished plates polished by the sea.
From the top of Capo Carbonara is entirely dominates this coastline, with its pink granite rocks, stands opposite the island of Cavoli, whose name probably derives from the name of the crab Cagliari, destination must for the beauty and clarity of its seabed. The island, entirely granite, it is interesting not only for the great lighthouse, but also to flora and fauna especially, that you can count on gabbiano course (protected species), the piro-piro and sull'occhiocotto. Just near the island of Cavoli local divers have filed, ten meters deep, the Madonna of the sinking, a statue by sculptor trachyte Sardinian Pinuccio Scioli, easily visible even without a draft.
Near Capo Carbonara appears near the port of Villasimius, a village with excellent facilities and an urban center that provides grounds for appeal to the many craft shops and boutiques. Continuing to meet Cagliari sea well-known as Capo Boi, Solanas, Torre delle Stars and Capitana. There is the beach Geremeas, and beside the beach of Kal'e Moru not equipped but very quiet, formed by a staircase of golden sand becomes after a few meters deep. To remember the beach Solanas, Torre delle Stelle, Genn'e of Mari and Cann'e Sisa.
Still going to Cagliari, in an indentation, find the beach of Cala Regina, rocky and with a stony bottom low. Mari Pintau the beach (or sea painting) owes its name to the emerald green, golden sand, with polished granite boulders and rocks that turn this place into a magnificent landscape.
The coast of Cagliari stretches about 50 kilometers from Cape St. Elias to Cape Boi. The long beach Poetto, a language of white sand and thin winds for eight miles, announces the arrival to Cagliari, the city beautiful and elegant promenade, which will open the best shops and that, in addition to shopping, is the "living room" of the city and then a meeting required for all Cagliari.
Further south are the beaches of Cala Verde, Stella Marina, Cistos, La Pineta, Perla Marina and Riva dei Pini, all white sand and turquoise sea. Especially the beach of Pinus Village, an extensive coastline of white sand mixed with pebbles long few hundred meters close to the two top by rocky cliffs and surrounded by Mediterranean scrub. Going forward is Nora, an ancient Phoenician city and then Punic and Roman, with a long strip of golden sand next to which there are the archaeological remains. A stone bridge dividing the sea into two parts: one in the bottom is rocky and low, of the seabed is deep and sandy with very clear waters that make this stretch of sea suitable for diving.
Going south to Cape Spartivento, the landscape becomes more savage. The part of the coast that connects Porto Tramatzu in Cape Teulada is certainly the most attractive to the high dunes and the white limestone cliffs, but is difficult to achieve because of lack of roads. The most valuable of this area is Chia, a small nucleus of a campaign that has given the bay pearl of the south coast. Inside, between the mountains and granite rocks, there is the Natural Reserve Is Cannoneris.
The real show, however, is offered by the seven beaches that are in the stretch of coast from a Chia Head Spartivento. Very beautiful and is the small quiet beach of Su Cardolinu, a small strip of golden sand sheltered behind a thick vegetation that reaches almost to the water. Next to find the beach of Marina, equipped with wide parking area and kiosk-bar, a strip of sand and pebbles that falls into the sea with cliffs of granite. On the right side of the tower opens Spanish beach in Cologne, a long sandy white handkerchief one kilometer. The On Giudeu beach is one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean, very long with fine sand surrounded by dunes 20 meters high macchieggiate junipers. A 150 meters from the beach shows the island of Su Giudeu, easily reachable on foot and swimming. Next is the beach of Cala Cipolla considered one of the most charming coastal tract of Chia: protected by high promontories, is a piece of golden sand, and that granulosa opens between the dense maquis.