About Cala Domestica
The beach of Cala Domestica (Spiaggia di Cala Domestica) is located on the diverse south-western coast of Sardinia, 11 kilometers north-west of Mezzo beach. This beach is just 60 meters long, and nearly 260 meters at its widest. Cala Domestica is surrounded by white limestone cliffs and sand dunes that carry the ubiquitous Mediterranean vegetation. Cala Domestica is situated in what used to be a mining area, and some ruins of the mining buildings are still visible. The beach of Cala Domestica faces north-west, and to the south it offers a view of La Torre Spagnola – the Spanish Tower, which makes for a nice landmark to explore. Cala Domestica is particularly popular with visitors who wish to practice scuba diving or scuba fishing.
Directions to Cala Domestica
Cala Domestica can easily be reached by car following the SP 83 provincial road. Just before reaching the small village of Buggerru, follow the signposts that will guide you to the beach.
Sardinian Beaches Near Cala Domestica
- Length: 3000 meters.
- Things to do: surfing, kitesurfing, birdwatching.
Mezzo beach has golden sands that span several kilometers. Limestone cliffs, foothills that go as fas as the sea, and the Mistral make the beach a must-see.
- Length: 2500 meters.
- Things to do: scuba diving, surfing, kitesurfing, kayaking.
Portixeddu beach, in south-west Sardinia, is 2.5 kilometers long and perfect for long walks, jogging, and hardly ever crowded even during peak season.