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South Sardinia: the places not to be missed


Less acclaimed than the northern part, South Sardinia is a wonderful place to organise your summer holidays. It is teeming with lovely little islands, some hardly known, all well worth a trip. There are also so many beaches of very fine sand and turquoise water that you won’t be able to visit them all on one holiday.

Here, then, is a brief guide on what to visit in South Sardinia.

Villasimius: the most famous beaches

The most beautiful part of South Sardinia is, without a shadow of a doubt, Villasimius, with its splendid beaches and breathtaking panoramas.

One of the most loved beaches is definitely Spiaggia del Riso [Rice Beach]” - its name is due to its grains of granite quartz sand, which are tiny and polished by the sea. Nor can you miss out on Campulongu with its Caribbean atmosphere, due to the crystalline water and surrounding dense vegetation.

Visiting Sant’Antioco

If you plan to spend your holidays in peace and quiet, Sant’Antioco is the place for you. It’s one of the most beautiful places in South Sardinia, an island within an island, where peace and quiet and the slow life reign, the life brought forward by the local fishermen. The coves and beaches here are pure poetry, as is the lagoon area rising up in the area of the sand isthmus connecting Sant’Antioco to the region, inhabited by flamingos and red herons.

Swimming in Porto Sa Ruxi

Within the protected Capo Carbonara area, we have Porto Sa Ruxi, an amazingly pretty bay. Its sandy dunes and triumphant Mediterranean scrub create an almost tropical atmosphere.
The experience of diving into transparent, turquoise-coloured water, a distinctive trait in this region, and laying back in the sun on fine golden sand ensures lovely moments of relaxation and connection with nature.