About Su Portu de su Trigu
Su Portu de su Trigu beach (la Spiaggia di Su Portu de su Trigu, also known as Cala Sa Barracca) is one of the smallest beaches of south Sardinia. This fine little beach is located just a few kilometers south-west of Porto Pino beach, and 6 kilometers west of the community of Sant’Anna Arresi. The beautiful sandy beach has very thin and white sands. You’ll find some scattered rocks along the beach, making it an even more beautiful and charming environment. This beach has a length of just 30 meters, and faces due west overlooking the azure waters of Golfi di Palma. Su Portu de su Trigu beach has no facilities except for a car parking area, but this private and secluded gem should definitely be on your list of beaches to visit in South Sardinia. It is the perfect place for some relaxation and snorkeling. Highly recommended!
Directions to Su Portu de su Trigu
To reach Su Portu de su Trigu beach, coming from Cagliari, take the SS 130 towards Iglesias and just before arriving in Assemini turn right in the direction of the industrial zone of Macchiareddu. Follow this road until you reach a roundabout, then turn left in the direction of Giba. Then continue to Sant’Anna Arresi. From Sant’Anna Arresi, proceed straight towards the beach of Porto Pino. Turn right towards Masainas / Carbonia, and go straight once you see a mini market on your left side. Then turn to the second street on the left, and continue straight until you get to the parking of Su Portu de su Trigu beach.
Sardinian Beaches Near Su Portu de su Trigu
- Length: 350 meters.
- Things to do: snorkelling, pedal boating, kayaking.
- ✓ This beach is suitable for families with children.
Porto Tramatzu is a favourite among the locals. The beach has a length of about 350 meters and faces south-east, featuring nice views of a little island named Isola Rossa that lies 1 kilometers off the coast. You'd almost think you're on a Caribbean beach, but this is South Sardinia! Porto Tramatzu is a family-friendly beach where the sand is white and fine. The incredibly blue waters are shallow enough for children to play in, and the seabed has a gentle slope. The area is excellent for snorkeling. It is possible to rent a boat to go around the coast and enjoy the fantastic views of Isla Rossa and other beaches in the area. Kayaks and pedal boats are available for rent as well.
- Length: 1200 meters.
- Things to do: surfing, kitesurfing.
You'll find Is Solinas beach near the tiny Sardinian villages of Is Solinas and Is Murronis. The beach is located 8 kilometers north of Porto Pino beach. The beach faces due west, overlooking the blue waters of the Golfo di Palmas and Sant'Antioco island. It is backed mostly by sand dunes covered with lovely juniper trees, and by rather large ponds named Stagno di Porto Botte and Stagno Baiocca. Water is very shallow up to 80-120 meters from the shore. Statistically, this region is one of the windiest of Sardinia. The beach is a great place for kitesurfing, except for the months of June through September when kitesurfing here is prohibited,