About Spiaggia di Mari Ermi
Mari Ermi beach (Spiaggia di Mari Ermi), on the Costa del Sinis, lies 7 kilometers south of Putzu Idu, and has a length of 1700 meters making it a fine place for walks on the beach. By walking south, Is Arutas can be reached, another well-known beach in the western part of Sardinia. The waters are clear, brilliantly blue and shallow, so children can play safely. Mari Ermi has a large car parking area, several bars, and a campsite. Mari Ermi is very popular windsurfing spot.
How To Get To Mari Ermi
Mari Ermi can be reached from Cabras in approximately 20 minutes, by taking the SP6 for about 8 kilometers in the direction of San Giovanni di Sinis. Continue for 5 km along the SP7 after turning at the junction of San Salvatore, then follow the signs and turn left. You will reach Mari Ermi after about 3 kilometers
Sardinian Beaches Near Mari Ermi
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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Is Arenas beach is located south of Torre del Pozzo, 2 kilometers south of the small beach of S’Archittu. It has a total length of nearly 5.5 kilometers.
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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.
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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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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.