Sun and sky that are dazzling, with white, green, and blue hues, extend through Capo Carbonara, through Golfo degli Angeli, all the way to Teulada.
A sanctuary of secluded beaches, surrounded by Mediterranean scrub, lies here.
Numerous spectacular mountain ridges and glistening beaches overlook the clear waters of Southern Sardinia.
Sardinia boasts uninterrupted stretches of white sand and oyster-colored beaches that are known for their clean, rejuvenating waters.
Beginning with the world of underwater diving, for lovers of diving and snorkelling, but also the ones who like to relax and enjoy and are in search of exclusive and exclusive views.
Where you can lie on the sand and take great advantage of stunning views, overlooking the ocean, going for a dip in the water, and laying in a hammock or lying on a sandy beach.
Capo Carbonara is the southernmost end of Capo Bianco with the splendid scene blasted by the islands and isles of Cavoli and Serpentara.
In order to love it, it is best to stay with the very inviting Villasimius, a “pearl” in the southeast of the island, thanks to the snow-white beaches such as Cala Giunco, Cala Caterina, Punta Molentis, Spiagga del Riso, Simius and Campus.
From here, you’ll be able to continue a journey from eastern part for about 50 kilometres, all the way to the south of Sardinia in Cagliari, and you’ll almost be forced to stop by several times in the coves of Solanas, Torre delle Stelle, Geremeas, and Mari Pintau, ‘painted sea’.
You will discover the Poetto coastal road, which extends from the city of Cagliari to the island of Quartu Sant’Elena, located along a beautiful beach called the Golfo degli Angeli, which has the name of the ancient story of the fight between good and evil.
The promontory of Sella del Diavolo is a popular choice for viewing at night, as the area is rich in spectacular species who have stayed in the area for decades.
The night tours are suggested as an atmospheric opportunity to catch the late-morning flamingo migrations.
The archaeological remains of the ancient Phoenicians are the biggest draw for tourists along the coast of Pula, and some of the most important among those who follow are the ruins of Nora and the beachshore at Chia and Teulada: Cala Cipolla, Su Giudeu, and Sa Colonia are all excellent spots for kite-surfing adventures and the picturesque Tuerredda, Porto Tramatzu, Capo Malfatano, and Cala Zafferano.
Countless coves through which relaxing, fascinating beaches lie. Each has their own distinct qualities: powder-fine sand, round grain, smooth pebbles, and quartz.
The colour of the sea is ever-flowing; it reflects the colour of the sky as well. From deep blue to turquoise, sky-blue, light blue, and emerald green, the range of colours are virtually limitless.