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South of Sardinia and its wonderful history and beaches.

South of Sardinia and its wonderful history and beaches.

Villasimius sunset

In the South of Sardinia you can immerse yourself in the emerald water of Cala Sinzias, and visit the wonderful Costa Rei, famous for its enchanting beaches and the three lively squares on summer nights.

Nearby you can take a trip to Muravera, with its Capo Ferrato, and its pretty historic center.

One of the pearls of the South not to be missed is Villasimius, with its splendid Simius beach.

Here you will find blue and clear water, and also visit Notteri Timi Ama, which on one side has a turquoise sea beaten by the wind, and on the other, the Notteri lagoon.

A little further on, Capo Carbonara, a protected marine area together with the islands of Cavoli and Serpentara.

Breathtaking wonders ..

And then you can relive the history of Barumini, with its archaeological site, the richest in Sardinia, or immerse yourself in the waters of the Sardara thermal baths, a source of pride in the Medio Campidano.

The real splendor of South of Sardinia is the coast. Here you will find long dream beaches and a sea that recalls that of tropical paradises.

Colors and cultural riches make the South of Sardinia one of the favorite stops for international tourism.

The splendid islands of San Pietro and Sant’Antioco, and Porto Corallo, on the opposite coast, offer truly unique views.

Visit Porto Pino and its two, Iglesias that awaits you with its mines and its ancient churches.

And you can’t miss seeing the small port of Sant’Antioco which is enjoyed in the warm summer evenings with its restaurants and bars.

Another place not to be missed is the most renowned center on the island of San Pietro, Carloforte with its Girotonno.

Visit the splendid Capo Teulada, passing through the beautiful Tuerredda cove and do not miss Pula, take a dip in Santa Margherita di Pula.

In the South of Sardinia there is the capital, Cagliari.
Take a stroll on Via Roma and have an aperitif in the Bastion of Sant-Rémy, and enjoy the breathtaking sunset.

Also a nice walk to the Poetto, and what about the Molentargius Saline Natural Park?

Here you meet the beautiful pink flamingos.
In short, a city to love.