Spiaggia di Buggerru

a picture of the seaside village of Buggerru in south-west Sardinia, Italy.
The old mining village of Buggerru, in south-west Sardinia, Italy. On the left side in the far distance, the headlands of Capo Pecora in the territory of Arbus.

About Spiaggia di Buggerru

  • near Buggerru, Province of Carbonia-Iglesias, South-West Sardinia, Italy.
  • parking, windsurfing school.
  • walking, surfing.
  • 19:58 PM
  • 06:55 AM
  • 350 meters.

The main beach of Buggerru (“Spiaggia di Buggerru”) is conveniently located near the center of the old and sleepy mining village in the province of Carbonia-Iglesias, southwest Sardinia.

You’ll find it on the right side of “Porto Turistico di Buggerru”, a small port suitable only for yachts with a shallow draft and a handful of sailing boats.

The beach has golden sands and has a length of about 350 meters. Near the harbor it is about 120 meters wide. Spiaggia di Buggerru faces southeast, making it a nice spot for that early morning dip or to catch the sunset of the day.

If you’d like to explore, make sure you visit the part to the extreme right of the beach, where you’ll find a small promontory overlooking the sea, and a small cave nearby.

It’s a good idea to bring your own umbrella and towels as there aren’t any kiosks for sunbeds and umbrellas. If you need any drinks and snacks, there’s a supermarket nearby in the village.

Spiaggia di Buggerru is a good spot for surfing. Perfect waves unroll along the arm of the pier and the Buggerru Surf School nearby has plenty of options for the beginner and the advanced surfer. The surf school is located right behind the Museo del Minatore.

You can park your car in the parking lot right behind the beach. The parking lot is just off the Strada Provinciale 83. To the north, the road leads to Portixeddu. To the south, the road will take you to Cala Domestica, which is a must-visit beach if you’re staying in the area of Buggerru for a few days.

Places to Stay near Spiaggia di Buggerru

Rifugio sotto le stelle Portixeddu

  • A 4 star Villa 4.9 kilometers from Spiaggia di Buggerru
a picture of the authentic interior at Rifugio sotto le stelle Portixeddu, a holiday villa in south-west Sardinia, Italy.
In the area of Piscina Suigas near Buggerru you'll find Rifugio sotto le stelle Portixeddu, an authentic Italian holiday home.

Rifugio sotto le stelle ("refuge under the stars") is an authentic villa in Buggerru located in a beautiful place that’s sheltered among the junipers of Portixeddu. Surrounded by the lovely views of nature, this villa is definitely the perfect place to stay for a relaxing holiday in South-west Sardinia. An architect who has a fondness for the countryside was the brain behind the beautiful villa. It comprises of two double bedrooms, and one room has a loft in it. Thus, the entire villa is capable of accommodating up to 5 guests. Aside from the two bedrooms, the air-conditioned house also comes with a living room and a fully equipped kitchen. The villa has one spacious bathroom, which comes with a bathtub. Furthermore, the home offers access to a beautiful veranda that’s facing the sea, and with a few deck chairs arranged in it, you can enjoy the Perseid meteor shower that will burst into light in August, while you enjoy a glass of wine. There’s also an indoor fireplace to keep the place warm and cozy in winter. The charming villa is set in a one-hectare land area, and you have everything available on site for a relaxing holiday experience. The holiday home is 58 kilometers away from Cagliari Elmas Airport, in the locality of Piscina Suigas, and there is free parking available on site, perfect for those who are taking their car for their vacation in south-west Sardinia.

La Rosa Dei Venti

  • A 4 star Hotel 0.4 kilometers from Spiaggia di Buggerru
a picture of the colorful interior design of a room at Hotel La Rosa Dei Venti, in Buggerru, south-west Sardinia, Italy.
Bright rooms with an authentic Sardinian interior design at Hotel La Rosa Dei Venti, a four-star hotel in Buggerru, south-west Sardinia.

La Rosa Dei Venti is a 4-star hotel in Buggerru located just across the harbor and only a few minutes walk away from the beach. Its strategic location makes it an ideal starting point for your holiday in southwest Sardinia. As for the rooms at Hotel La Rosa Dei Venti, they open up to the gulf and to some of the scenic views of the mining town of Buggerru. From the balcony of your room, you can admire the splendid panorama of the sea and soak up the enchanting Mediterranean views. All rooms are furnished with utmost attention to detail. They are decorated in a traditional Sardinian style and furnished with elegant wooden furniture and fixtures. The rooms are equipped with modern amenities such as air conditioning system and Wi-Fi, and offer comfort and relaxation for all guests. Each private bathroom is equipped with free toiletries and a hairdryer. A sweet and a savory breakfast buffet is served on the spacious terrace on the third floor of the hotel, which opens to the panoramic view of the Gulf of Buggerru. Guests can also choose to enjoy their meals on the balcony of their room. La Rosa Dei Venti has its own in-house restaurant serving traditional Mediterranean cuisine in a setting that’s surrounded by the striking scenery of the former mining village.


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Beaches Near Spiaggia di Buggerru

a picture of Cala Domestica near Buggerru in south-west Sardinia, Italy.

Cala Domestica

Situated in what used to be a mining area, Cala Domestica is located on the south-western coast of Sardinia. Cala Domestica is a popular scuba diving spot, there’s plenty of fish if you dive a bit around the rocks at ...
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a picture of Spiaggia di Portixeddu near Buggeru in south-west Sardinia, Italy.

Spiaggia di Portixeddu

Portixeddu beach, in south-west Sardinia, is 2.5 kilometers long and perfect for long walks along the shore and jogging. This beach is hardly ever crowded, even during peak season. It faces due west, making it a great spot to watch ...
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