About Spiaggia di Simius
Simius beach (Spiaggia di Simius) is located east of Campulongu beach, just over 2 kilometers from Villasimius village, in front of the little village of Simius. Looking out over both the Porto Giunco bay area with its ancient Torre di Porto Giunco standing tall on the peninsula, and the lighthouse on Isola dei Cavoli, Simius beach is over 2 kilometers long and over 50 meters wide in some places. Its surroundings are beautiful and rather diverse, most notably featuring the Stagno Notteri – a pond where flamingos come to breed – to the south of Simius Beach. Since the waters near Simius beach are crowded with fish, snorkelling is quite popular here. Simius beach gets crowded during high season, but during the months of April, May, September and October the beach can almost be deserted. A good place for joggers and people who enjoy long walks. The urban area of Villasimius offers plenty of hotels, restaurants, shops and campings nearby.
How To Get To Simius Beach
From Cagliari, it will take you about an hour to get to the Simius village by car. Take the SP 17 to Villasimius along the coastal area of south-east Sardinia. Once near Villasimius, keep heading south-west towards the village of Simius.
Sardinian Beaches Near Simius Beach
Punta Molentis could very well be the southern Sardinian beach that completely renders travelling to the Caribbean obsolete – for Europeans at least.
Learn more about Punta Molentis, how to get there, and where to stay.
Campulongu beach lies 1.5 km from Campus beach and is one of the larger beaches of the Villasimius area, with hotels, restaurants and a golf club nearby.
Learn more about Campulongu Beach, how to get there, and where to stay.
Campus beach, in the area of Villasimius, is one of the larger beaches of the south-east, ideal for long walks or jogging in the early hours of the day.
Learn more about Campus Beach, how to get there, and where to stay.