The Old Fortress of Villasimius stands on a promontory near Capo Carbonara. Built in the fourteenth century, it watched over this place in the highlights of its history, protected it from incessant Turkish raids.
The beach of Costa Rei is one of the most beautiful stretches of southern Sardinia. The coast where the famous “Scoglio di Peppino” rises, a large granite boulder in the middle of the sea shaped like a whale. 10 kilometers of fine white sand surrounded by palm trees and specimens of the Mediterranean maquis.
In the territory of Villasimius, 45 kilometers from Cagliari, there is one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia and beyond. We are talking about the beach of Porto Giunco, a cove of white and pink sand, surrounded by thick Mediterranean vegetation, often chosen as a setting for commercials.
In the south-eastern part of Sardinia, a strip of land encloses pearls of rare beauty, like a casket.
The beach of Cala Regina is one of the wildest beaches in southern Sardinia. Framed by rocks covered with Mediterranean scrub, it is dominated by a Spanish watch tower, the tower of Cala Regina.
The bay of Cala Pira in Sardinia, is a corner of paradise located in Sarrabus, in the territory of Castiadas, a tourist resort on the southeastern coast of Sardinia, between Villasimius and Costa Rei.
The beach of Kal’e Moru is one of the most enchanting places on the southern coast of Sardinia. Being an extremely windy coastline, it has become a must for surf lovers!
The beach of Simius is one of the largest and most equipped of the southeast coast. May be the right place for those who visit this region for the first time, and why not, the first stop of a journey to discover an island that collects pearls of rare beauty at every step.
A green area located in the South-East of Sardinia, with its lush flora, will guarantee you an authentic contact with nature.
The Marine park of Villasimius, a wonderful oasis with emerald waters and suggestive landscapes. A beautiful protected marine area of Capo Carbonara, in Villasimius.