About Spiaggia dei Fichi
Walk a few hundred meters south-west from Spiaggia di Su Guventeddu, and the beach changes into Fichi beach (Spiaggia dei Fichi). The beach is situated in the middle of a 1.3 kilometer long stretch of white sand that extends all the way to Nora beach. Named after the many fig trees that grow in this area, Fichi has a length of over 400 meters and faces south-east, featuring beautiful views of the islet of San Macario to the north. To the south, you can spot il Torre del Coltellazzo di Nora, near the Nora Archaeological Site, and the small island named Isola del Coltellazzo. This beach has white and grainy sands, and you’ll hardly find any rocks here. Spiaggia dei Fichi is characterized by calm and shallow waters, making it an ideal for families with children. The beach is also accessible to the disabled and has several facilities. You can rent beach umbrellas, deck chairs and pedal boats. Fichi beach is also very popular with surfers and those who’d like to practice other water sports, such as kayaking.
How To Get To Fichi
Spiaggia dei Fichi can be reached by following the signs to the archaeological site of Nora. Once you have arrived at the junction that leads to the excavations, take a left turn and after a few meters take the dirt road that leads to the beach.
Sardinian Beaches Near Fichi
2.3 kilometers south-east of Pula, in the locality of Nora, you’ll find the cozy beach of Su Guventeddu (Spiaggia di Su Guventeddu). It has a length of over 600 meters and can get up to 30 meters wide. Facing south-east, the beach offers beautiful views of the islet of San Macario to the north. To the south, you can spot il Torre del Coltellazzo di Nora, near the Nora Archaeological Site, and the small island named Isola del Coltellazzo.
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Located just under 3 kilometers north-east of Pula, right in front of the little seaside village named Perd’e Sali, you’ll find the beach of Porto Columbu (Spiaggia di Porto Columbu). This beach has a length of 750 meters, and faces south-east, offering views of the small marina to the north – il Porto turistico di Perd’e Sali.
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Pinus Village beach is located close to the Strada Statale 195. It is set in a beautiful cove bordered by rocky slopes that gently descend into the sea.
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Nora beach can be found 2.5 kilometers south-east of Pula, in the province of Cagliari. The beach is located near the archaeological site of Nora.
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Santa Margherita di Pula Beach
Santa Margherita di Pula beach (Spiaggia di Santa Margherita di Pula) is located in front of the village with the same name, just 5 kilometers east of the community of Domus de Maria. You’ll find several beaches in this area, all conveniently located parallel to the SS 195 for about 5 kilometers. With a length of 2600 meters, this beach is the longest stretch of sand you’ll find in this part of Cagliari. Santa Margherita di Pula beach features grains of sand in shades of pink, and its waters are quite shallow – a feature that will be appreciated by families with small children. The wind conditions allow Santa Margherita di Pula to be popular among the surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing crowd. Its surroundings are an interesting mix of cultivated agriculture, green and cooling pine forests, campings and nearby beach resorts.
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