BETWEEN SEA AND MOUNTAINS, HISTORY AND ART.
The South West Coast is one of the most surprising places in Sardinia. We are in fact in Sulcis, the oldest clod in Italy, born 600 million years ago, with its landscapes shaped by the forces of time and nature. The long white or golden beaches alternate with coves and jagged cliffs. The high sand dunes and cliffs overlooking the crystalline sea. The magnificent natural and archaeological backdrops for diving. The forest of Pixina Manna with the mountain refuge and the waterfall with the natural pool, or the natural reserve of Is Cannoneris inhabited by the Sardinian deer and the golden eagle. The elegant pink flamingos of the lagoons and the karst caves with underground lakes. The prehistoric fortresses such as the nuraghe of Santa Margherita, the ancient Spanish towers along the coast, the archaeological city on the sea of Nora built by the Carthaginians, the Phoenicians and the Romans, the Castello district of Cagliari and its museums. The centuries-old gastronomic, winemaking, handicraft, religious and folkloric traditions. Timeless emotions and always new discoveries.