About Spiaggia S’Archittu
S’Archittu beach (Spiaggia S’Archittu) is located just a few hundred meters north-west of the small village of S’Archittu, and just north of Is Arenas beach. The beach is a little over 300 meters long, and faces due west. S’Archittu beach got its name from the rock arch with the same name, which is one of the largest natural bridges of Sardinia. The area surrounding S’archittu beach is very scenic, with limestone cliffs and several smaller bays. Overall, the beach features fine white sands, with some rocky patches. The bottom of its waters can be rather rocky, those who love to snorkel are advised to bring protective shoes. S’Archittu beach offers several bars, restaurants and other services in the area. Night walks are highly recommended, as the natural arch is illuminated by a nearby lighthouse!
How To Get To Spiaggia S’Archittu
To reach S'Archittu from Oristano, take the SS292 in the direction of Cuglieri. You will pass Riola Sardo, and continue past Torre del Pozzo, up to the town of S'Archittu. Once you have reached S'Archittu, take a left turn in one of the streets on the left. It's best to park your car in this area, and continue north on foot to reach the beach.
Sardinian Beaches Near Spiaggia S’Archittu
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.
Learn more about Porto Alabe, how to get there, and where to stay.
Spiaggia di Is Arenas
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.
Learn more about Spiaggia di Is Arenas, 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.
Learn more about Is Arutas, how to get there, and where to stay.
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.
Learn more about Mari Ermi, how to get there, and where to stay.
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.
Learn more about San Giovanni di Sinis, how to get there, and where to stay.
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.