This beach is well worth a visit if you're in the Sinis Peninsula. We were in a hotel nearby and visited the beach at night and had a lovely walk along the causeway between the beach and a lagoon and then came back during the day too.
The sand is lovely, fine and soft; one of those beaches you see in brochures. We went one a fairly windy day, though I think it's fairly windy in this part of Sardinia anyway, so the sand was being blown around a bit. This did make for some great waves though which were really fun to play around in. There was some seaweed as you would expect but I was not expecting the sea to be as warm as it was in September.
We had a really fun afternoon. There are bars and restaurants along the beach and there were people doing watersports such as surfing too.
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