Villasimius and its beaches
Villasimius is a town which boasts some of the most spectacular coasts in Sardinia. Here, you can immerse yourself in a true paradise of white beaches and an imposing natural beauty, protected by the Marine Protected Area of Capo Carbonara.
This area is divided into two large bays, bordered by the evocative promontory of Cape Carbonara, which forms the south-eastern end of the island. This promontory is the natural continuation of the Serpeddì-Sette Fratelli massif, which plunges into the sea to create the characteristic granite sickle shape, which ends with Cavoli Island.
The particular geography of the Villasimius area gives rise to an extraordinary variety of coastal heritage. Here you can admire long sandy shores, majestic rocky stretches and small coves hidden among the vegetation. This diversity creates a unique environment, offering visitors a variety of coastal landscapes to explore and discover. Whether you enjoy sandy beaches, charming rocky stretches or small secluded coves, Villasimius offers everything to satisfy your desires.
Discover the magnificence of the coasts of Villasimius and let yourself be enchanted by their pristine natural beauty.
Giunco Beach is one of the hidden gems of Villasimius, which you absolutely have to visit when you come to Sardinia. This magnificent beach welcomes you with its fine white sand, which stretches as far as the eye can see. The crystal-clear waters of the sea invite you to take a refreshing dip.
Giunco Beach is framed by sumptuous Mediterranean vegetation, creating a magical and unique atmosphere.
Soak up the sun on the sand, relax in the shade of the dunes or explore the waters which are rich in marine life. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the unforgettable Giunco Beach during your stay in Villasimius.
Hidden in the wild stretch of Cape Carbonara, the small and private Cava Usai Beach is a true paradise for anyone looking for privacy and tranquillity.
This enchanting beach, carved into the coast, offers an intimate and private setting. Its large granite pebbles mix elegantly with the medium-grained sand, creating a unique atmosphere. With a wild and natural beauty, Cava Usai Beach is the perfect place to relax, escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse yourself in the pristine beauty of the surrounding nature.
Punta Molentis undoubtedly stands out as one of the most beautiful beaches of Villasimius.
But why is it called “Molentis“? The name of this beach evokes the traditional method of transporting the material extracted from the surrounding granite quarries: by donkey (called “su molenti” in Sardinian).
Punta Molentis will enchant you with its breathtaking beauty. Here, you’ll be able to admire splendid white and soft sand, caressed by the crystal-clear waters. The beach is surrounded by an incredible natural setting, with a majestic formation of granite rocks which rise imposingly from the ground.