At 150 meters from the beach house with panoramic terrace and garden
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S'Archittu is a seaside hamlet is part of the municipality of Cuglieri, in the neighboring province of Oristano with the fraction of the well tower with which closes at North Bay of Is Arenas. Image symbol in the area and a tourist destination of great interest for its rare limestone landscape and often called the moon for its reflections. Characteristic for the natural monument, consisting of a small arc (Archittu) or rocky bridge over the sea, about 15 m, patterned with sub-rounded by the erosive marine and atmospheric. And 'what remains of an ancient cave, whose roof gave way to the violent succession of waves and gasps for compression and decompression of the air mass contained in it. Its conservation status is good, but the durability is certainly precarious, because of the weather and the sea that threaten its stability. The area takes its name from the arch of natural rock (Sardinian precisely S'archittu) overlooking the cove placed immediately next to the town and can be reached on foot via a pedestrian paved created in 2002 following the original route of the former dirt track . In the summer months, after sunset the arc is artificially illuminated, creating a tourist attraction. From this they usually dive young people and older people; in 2001 the rear arc of rock was the World Championship scene of diving from great heights. The Arch is the marine erosion of an ancient cave formed by limestone, marl and fossil deposits. In the promenade are several restaurants bars and pizzerias and the evening was used to do the walks al fresco enjoying the sea views. They are also present in the country of the market and newsagents. 20 kilometers from the place is the province, Oristano.
Sa Mesa Longa is located in the village of Putzu Idu, in the municipality of San Vero Milis. The beach has a reddish yellow sand bottom, on average large, with pink bits on the shoreline and stretches of smooth rock. Between Capo Mannu and Su Pallosu, this particular beach is also called the Laguna thanks to a long flat rock outcrops that form a long board (sa mesa) it is within swimming, because it is located a few meters from the shore. The beautiful beach offers a varied and multicolored beach, between the ocher sand, red / rosé of the shoreline and the black of the rocks that cut in two the beach at the water's edge. The shape is that of a huge swimming pool, shallow, which make this very impressive and spectacular beach.
Putzu Idu has a white sandy beach with nuances of gray. And 'it surrounded by the Saline that lie immediately behind him, stretching between S'Arena Scoada and Mandriola and looks like a long, narrow beach very welcoming, especially thanks to the crystal clear waters and very low, also suitable for children.
S'Arena Scoada is built in, in the municipality of San Vero Milis. The beach has a very fine white sand bottom, alternating with tiny pieces of colored quartz, stone and smooth rocks. It extends from Punta S'Incodina in Putzu Idu, alternating small coves with stretches of limestone. The views that open to the Isola di Mal di Ventre and the tip of Capo Mannu are gorgeous. The special feature of this part of the coast is the presence of rocks formed by a type of limestone mixed with clay that is often used by bathers for cosmetic purposes. The shallow waters and gently sloping beach makes S'Anea Scoada particularly suitable for children to play.
Mari Ermi offers tourists a long beach with a bright white quartz bottom, with stretches of very fine ocher sand. The beach is enclosed by high dunes and low vegetation and hugging the ground and stretches between the sea and the pond that bears his name. Its shape is similar to that of the best known of Arutas beach, but has a greater variety of colors, including clear sea and deep blue and white sand, alternating golden ocher.
The particular Arutas beach, which extends for several hundred meters, owes its peculiarity to the sand, composed of small, round quartz grains, with shades of colors that alternate between pink, light green and white. Like the other beaches of the Sinis-Montiferru, it is one of the favorite destinations for surfers, that ply its waters with the board. The backdrop, pretty deep right from the shore, takes on a deep green and blue that turns into blue and offers a highly visible marine life scenario since the first meters, with small schools of fish. In some coves of the long beach of Is Arenas, you can see parts of the coast with sand formed by white grains of rice and a very clean and clear water.