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Recommended for those looking for an adventure at sea, departing calmly from Cagliari, enjoying the best that the south of the island has to offer.

South east Sardinia, an itinerary among the most beautiful beaches on the island. Ideal and fun even for expert crews.

A journey along the south of Sardinia, starting from the city of Cagliari to discover the most famous and enchanting postcard places.

South east Sardinia itinerary, navigation among the most evocative and famous beaches of Sardinia

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The climate is typically Mediterranean and has little rainfall. The entire southern coast is also open to the winds of the II and III quadrant, but it is also common to come across the mistral and westerly winds which, if of high intensity, make navigation challenging and suitable for expert crews.

Once you arrive in Cagliari, treat yourself to a tour of the city: reach the walls of the Castle and look out to admire an unmissable sunset: on one side the sea and on the other the salt pans, the Molentargius Pond and the pink of its flamingos. For dinner, fresh fish in the numerous trattorias and restaurants in the city, after dinner in one of the many bars in the city or, if you prefer a walk, choose the Lungomare del Poetto and the live music of its many typical local bars



The beach of Cagliari. Eight kilometers of white sand and crystal clear sea, which extend up to the municipality of Quartu, dominated by the Sella del Diavolo promontory. The name of the beach is thought to derive from an Aragonese tower called “del Poeta” (Poet’s tower



The Capitana area is characterized by small but beautiful beaches, on average about ten meters long. Here there is also a tourist marina protected by two piers, one larger and L-shaped, and the other smaller and straight. The hamlet is served by all the main services.


Don’t miss a landing in the beautiful cove, characterized by a sandy bottom, crystal clear water and a contrast of colors and shades so lively that it seems painted (“pintau” in Sardinian, in fact). With the tender it is possible to reach the limits of the cobbled beach for a refueling at the local bar.



The seaside village of Torre delle Stelle overlooks two splendid beaches, Cann’e Sisa and Genna ‘e Mari. Cann’e Sisa, oriented towards the west, is known for its crystal clear waters and white sand beach, nestled in the greenery of a beautiful pine forest. From here, you can admire a splendid sunset, and the night view is equally enchanting with the promontory dotted with the lights of villas reflecting on the sea. Proceeding east, you arrive at the beautiful beach of Genna ‘e Mari, which translates to “door to the sea.” The transparency of the water here is an irresistible attraction for snorkelling and underwater fishing enthusiasts.



The promontory of Capo Carbonara acts as a watershed between the Gulf of Angels in Cagliari and the bay of Villasimius. On both sides of the promontory there are various tourist locations: – on the west coast: the small port of Villasimius with the small beach, the remains of an ancient fortress with the old tower, Punta Santo Stefano which constitutes the westernmost offshoot of the promontory and the hamlet of Santa Caterina with its cove; – on the east coast: the small beach of Is Traias, the beautiful beach of Porto Giunco, the Notteri Pond with the pink flamingos, the Tower of Porto Giunco and the small pebble beach of Cava Usai (granite quarry abandoned in the 1950s) . On the promontory there is also an Air Force meteorological station and a signaling lighthouse. In front of Capo Carbonara, about 800 meters south-east, is the Isola dei Cavoli. The marine area in front of Capo Carbonara, together with the Isola dei Cavoli and the Isola Serpentara, are part of the Capo Carbonara protected marine natural area. (www.ampcapocarbonara.it). Underwater fishing is prohibited in the area in all three quadrants. Scuba diving can only be carried out after obtaining approval from the management of the marine protected area. Furthermore, navigation and bathing are also prohibited in quadrant A. It is therefore essential, to avoid damage to the delicate local ecosystem and very high fines, to make sure you maintain a route outside the prohibited areas.



It is a small granite island, included in the Marine Protected Area of Capo Carbonara and surmounted by an imposing lighthouse. The origin of the name has two current versions: according to the oldest, its name, which in Sardinian is isula de is càvarus meaning “island of crabs”, is simply a gross misrepresentation, a translation error by Italian cartographers. The most modern version is that the name derives from the abundant presence on the island of numerous wild cabbage or Sardinian cabbage plants (Brassica Insularis), which grow there in an endemic form. Since the operation of the lighthouse is now automated, the island is uninhabited and hosts the research center of the Faculty of Biology of Cagliari which uses it for botanical and zoological research activities. In 1979, in the southern part, a 3.2 meter high granite statue dedicated to the Virgin of the Sea, patron saint of shipwrecked people and protector of sailors, was placed on the seabed, at a depth of about ten metres, the work of the sculptor Pinuccio Sciola. Since then every year, on the third Sunday of July, an important festival takes place, with the spectacular sea procession of boats coming from the nearby coast of Villasimius, culminating with an underwater blessing and prayer, and the throwing of wreaths into the sea. flowers. This is followed by celebrations, traditional songs and costume dances by folk and musical groups, and fireworks shows at night.



The town and the surrounding area are an unmissable tourist destination. The wealth of beaches, dotted with vegetation; the nightlife and good food in the centre; the possibility of combining the stop with excursions in the woods of the mountainous hinterland and numerous land and sea sports make Villasimius a stopover full of attractions. Upon arrival, attention is required due to the presence of shallows and emerging rocks near the coasts. Mooring at the local port is convenient, well protected from all winds and discreet, as it is a couple of kilometers away from the town itself, but can still be reached easily.



Maritime hamlet of Muravera, Costa Rei, also known as Costa Rey, is a tourist settlement of primary importance and recently formed, all overlooking an enchanting and uncontaminated coastline which offers guests Caribbean scenarios made of crystal clear sea and very white sand. Among the seven kilometers of coast full of kiosks, intimate coves waiting to be discovered and sublime beaches, the beach called Peppino stands out, with its characteristic rock that rests on pools of warm, clear water that rather resemble enchanting natural pools. The island of Serpentara stands out on the horizon, easily reachable on a guided excursion, which due to its naturalistic variety is an integral part of the Capo Carbonara Marine Park.