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Poetto Beach
Poetto is one of the most Poetto Beachbeautiful city beaches in the Mediterranean. It is just 5 Km from the centre of Cagliari and stretches along about 11 Km of sandy coastline. This fine, white sandy beach attracts thousands of locals, as well as tourists, all year round, and the many kiosks, bars and bathing establishments offer a wide range of services and comforts. Thanks to the warm, Mediterranean climate, Poetto beach is a haven for beach-lovers from the end of April to the end of October. In the waters around Poetto beach there are numerous sailing regattas and contests, among which: * The 60 foot Italian Open Championship; * The "Vela Latina Mediterranea", part of the international circuit; * The Tiscali Cup. Poetto Beach In the nearby harbour of Marina Piccola visitors can admire all kinds of yachts, motorboats and sailing boats. For the more energetic, there are regattas, sailing and wind-surfing courses, as well as the chance to rent boards and boats. The Marina also has a very good restaurant and "gelateria", or ice-cream parlour, for those who just wish to take in the view.

Quartu S.Elena Beach
This beach is, in fact, a natural continuation of Cagliari's Poetto beach and therefore maintains its fine, white sand and crystalline sea. Bathers have at their disposal all the necessary services and facilities for their comfort, as well as numerous bars and restaurants.

The Beach at Nora - Pula
The town of Pula lies about 27 km from Cagliari, just off the SS 195 road. Continuing for a few kilometres beyond the town will take you to the beach at Nora. Nora is definitely worth a visit because it offers not only this splendid beach, but also an important archaeological site, the Punic city of Nora. Besides the fine, white sandy beach there are marvellous coves, surrounded by rocks, and the crystal clear water allows visitors to admire the archaeological remains which have been covered by the sea. Santa Margherita BeachFurther along the SS 195 road towards Teulada, about 35 km from Cagliari, we find the extraordinary Santa Margherita beach, immersed in an impressive pinewood, which stretches for about 12 km. Both beaches offer bathers all the necessary services and facilities to enjoy this fabulous coastline in comfort.

Chia Beach
Further along the SS 195, about 49 km from Cagliari, thChia Beachere is a turn-off on the left which leads to the beautiful Tower of Chia and its wonderful beach. From the high ground on which the tower stands there is a splendid view of the beach of Porto Chia and the island of Cardulinu, joined to the terra firma by a sandy strip of land. Stretching out towards the west there is a spectacular expanse of beaches with their high sand dunes, covered in juniper trees and Mediterranean shrub, whilst in front of the S'Acqua Durci beach there is the unmistakable rock formation of Su Giudeu. "S'Acqua Durci" Beach In the local Sardinian dialect this rock is known as "pruppu giudeu", however, the origins of this name remain a mystery. The name may derive from the dark colour of the rock or because of the many octopus which live there. Adventurous visitors can reach the island on foot by wading through the shallow water. The island is 18m. high and from this view point visitors can fully appreciate the surrounding emerald-green, crystalline sea as it gently laps the golden, sandy shore. The area is equipped with all modern services and facilities for bathers and water-sports enthusiasts.

Teulada Beach
Continuing along the SS 195 road, we come to the town of Teulada BeachTeulada and the dark grey, limestone promontory of the same name, which rises up for about 40 m. From here visitors can admire the fine, white, sandy beach below. The beach is about 70 m wide and its splendid dunes, formed by the wind, can reach a height of 30 m.. The surrounding vegetation is mainly made up of pine trees and Mediterranean shrub, while the sandy shore reveals the presence of sea turtles, which seem to have chosen this beach to lay their eggs. Teulada Beach
A large expanse of the area is registered as a natural reserve and has remained totally unspoilt since it is also part of a secure military base. The area is equipped with all modern services and facilities for bathers and water-sports enthusiasts.

Cala Regina Beach
It is a pebble beach which presumably gets its name from the word "Arruina", which refers to the impressive backdrop of cliffs. At the far end of the beach there is one of the watchtowers from the XVII century, which are dotted along the whole coastline.

Mari Pintau Beach
In favourable weather conditions this beach is a rare jewel, which gets its name, "mari pintau" (painted sea), from the emerald green, crystalline water which surrounds it.

Geremeas Beach
This fine, sandy beach is more than 2 km long and is well-equipped with services and water-sports facilities for everyone. The beach offers a bar, restaurant, pedalòs, swimming pool and horse riding, whilst nearby there is a modern Aqua-Fun Park.

Torre delle Stelle Beach
Nestling between granite headlands and two white, sandy beaches, surrounded by an extraordinarily calm, clear sea, Torre delle Stelle boasts the longest summer season in Sardinia and a mild climate throughout the rest of the year.

Solanas Beach
Solanas Beach Solanas is a favourite destination for numerous tourists, attracted by the marvellous beach, the crystal sea with its sandy bottom and the absolute peace and quiet of the area. The town and beach provide all the necessary services and facilities, including a bar on the beach, boat and pedalò hire and a first-aid station.

Capo Boi Beach
Capo Boi beach nestles in rich, Mediterranean vegetation, a picture postcard of granite promontories, fine, white sand and emerald green water. The beach also offers all services and comforts - a bar, umbrella hire etc..

Villasimius Beach
The Gulf of Capo Carbonara boasts a host of splendid beaches of various sizes, which alternate with rocky coves. The area attracts tourists from all over the world because of its transparent sea and wild, unspoilt surrounding countryside. Thanks to the geo-marine park, the sandy seabed, rich in fish and marine flora, offers sights of rare, unspoilt beauty. The frequent sightings of the Monk Seal further attest the uncontaminated state of the waters in the area, since it is a species which only lives in safe, clean environments.

 

 
 

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