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This is another beach with the very course granite beads as sand. It is very large, with lots of parking but you need to buy a ticket if you are in the lot near the beach.
There is also a café.
Crystal clear water, and...More
Positives: postcard like beach with mostly white sand and super clean water. Perfect for snorkeling.
Negatives: pricey car park under the sun, stone age showers, dirty public toilets, only two bars which charge rip off prices. Lack of services in general and no/weak mobile phones...More
Unique quartz sand. Lovely fish food. Walk a little further to escape the crowd. Easily reachable from Oristano. You will be surrounded by endemic vegetation. Don't forget that is not allowed to removed the special quartz sand. Enjoy!
Marvellous beach and quite a high number of fish visible near the beach. The sand is made of four different kinds of minerals, one of which is quartz. Please remember that it is against the law to take sand, sea shells etc. with you and...More
From SS131 main road it takes half an hour to reach the beach. You can drive on SP59 directly to the parking next to the seashore. Parking is 9€ a day but you can pay shorter period, too. (Or free if you stay more remotely...More
Best bit about the beach is the sand. As described elsewhere, it is much larger than "normal" sand - so waters are beautifully clean, and feet are easily "de-sanded" at the end of the day.
Downsides - packed on an early July weekday.
To get here, make sure to follow the POI of the same name on Google Maps. It is a fair distance away from the actual town of Cabras. Be advised that you should stick to the SP roads as far as possible, and avoid the...More