The beach of Capo Ferrato, charm of the east coast

The eastern coast of Sardinia is designed by a suggestive alternation of headlands and inlets. In the Sarrabus area, between Villaputzu and Castiadas, in the province of Cagliari, the most characteristic promontory is that which refers to the beach of Capo Ferrato.. Behind the coast rise the hills of the state forest of Capo Ferrato, one of the many green lungs of the island. Around the promontory there are a series of different bays. Observing the promontory from the sea, the panorama has an absolutely scenographic effect.

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The beach of Genn’e Mari, the door to the sea

On the eastern side of the Cagliari’s Gulf, between the beach of Mari Pintau and Capo Boi, stands a promontory with a rounded profile. A large terrace overlooked by an enchanting bay: Torre delle Stelle. We are halfway between the municipalities of Maracalagonis and Sinnai. On both sides of the promontory there are enchanting inlets: Cann’e Sisa and the beach of Genn’e Mari. Two bands of white sand that gently thin out towards the clear and uncontaminated sea, characteristic of Sardinia. Torre delle Stelle is one of the favorite destination of Cagliari’s habitants that, in fact, own most of the villas built in the area.

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