This island idyll is a must-see: The sea here is such a perfect shade of pale blue it doesn’t seem real.
Caribbean-coloured waters, gorgeous beaches stretching for miles and miles. Sugar-fine sands. Grandstand views over the Mediterranean Sea. Majestic dunes, masterpieces of nature, forever whipped by the warm winds of the southern Sardinian summer. Lagoons. Migrating birds. Flamingos. Beach bars and great food.
South Sardinian food is exotic and colourful, Africa is just 120 NM away. Enjoy delicious grilled mutton, seafood and fruit, taste delicious cow and sheep cheeses, such as Pecorino, or spaghetti with bottarga.
The sea had now turned into a darker blue, and yet the sun on the horizon would cast this striking orange light over its surface . We didn’t do much, nor talk much at this point. The scenery did it all.
A half moon of striking beauty. This little gem is right in the middle between the beach of Su Cardolinu and Cala del Morto.
It is possible to take a tour of many of the beaches of this area alternating between a walk and a swim.
Trust the wait. Embrace the uncertainty. Enjoy the beauty of becoming. When nothing is certain, anything is possible. As the pandemic gradually comes to an end, we’re starting to refresh our life.
Let’s try something new, from sports to language learning or just learn to capture your next trip with a 360- degree camera….
The ANCHORAGE Tuerredda beach (Spiaggia di Tuerredda), located on the headlands of Capo Spartivento, certainly deserves a spot on the top ten list of most beautiful beaches on the southern coast of Sardinia. Located just west of Perda Longa and Sa Pinnetta and near the beach of Su Giudeu, its natural beauty is breathtaking. Sheltered from the wind, the v-shaped beach stretches for just about half a kilometer, but big treats come in small packages! The beach faces south-east, offering pleasant views of Isola di Tuerredda located 150 meters off the coast.
I guess what’s important, for you, is to know that Cagliari is not far away, a splendid city and one of a kind. Perched on the hills and facing the blue waters of the Mediterranean, it has a mix of architectural styles, and layers of history that you will want to discover. It’s a great destination for a long weekend, and a perfect starting point for a sailing trip to the south coast of Sardinia.