Spiaggia di Is Arenas
Is Arenas beach (Spiaggia di Is Arenas) is located just south of Torre del Pozzo, approximately 2 kilometers south of the small beach of S’Archittu. With a total length of nearly 5.5 kilometers, it is one of the longest beaches of west Sardinia, making this beach very suitable for relaxing walks along the shore, preferably when the sun starts setting. As with other beaches in this area of Sardinia, the waters of this beach can be rather rough and have strong currents on windy days. Is Arenas is backed by a gorgeous pine forest (one of the largest patches of green on the island), and has a golf hotel, camping, and the Is Arenas Golf & Country Club nearby. On this beach you can enjoy complete privacy, with breathtaking sunsets at the end of your day and starry skies at night.
How To Get To Spiaggia di Is Arenas
To get to Is Arenas, take the Strada Provinciale 292 from Oristano to Cuglieri, and once passed Riola Sardo, continue in the direction of the pinewood forest of Is Arenas. The beach can be accessed via camping Nurapolis (Campeggio Nurapolis), or from the village of Torre del Pozzo.
Sardinian Beaches Near Spiaggia di Is Arenas
Porto Alabe is located in front of the village of Porto Alabe, 16 kilometers north of S’Archittu and Is Arenas. It has a length of nearly 1800 meters.
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S’Archittu beach got its name from a rock arch which is one of the largest natural bridges of Sardinia. The area surrounding S’Archittu is very scenic, and definitely the place to be to watch the sunset.
Learn more about Spiaggia S’Archittu, how to get there, and where to stay.
Is Arutas beach is covered by sands of white quartz – and is located in the north-central part of the Marine Protected Area of the Sinis Peninsula.
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Mari Ermi beach, on the Costa del Sinis, lies 7 kilometers south of Putzu Idu and has a length of 1700 meters. A fine place for walks on the beach.
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San Giovanni di Sinis
San Giovanni di Sinis beach extends for 4 kilometers along the western side of the peninsula of Sinis. It’s surrounded by a great variety of environments.
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Putzu Idu beach is located in the west of Sardinia, between Porto Mandriola and Putzu Idu, and is surrounded by salt pans where flamingos can be spotted.
Learn more about Putzu Idu, how to get there, and where to stay.