The wild beach of Torre Salinas
Torre Salinas is a beach on the south-east coast of Sardinia - perfect for everyone who wants to enjoy a slower pace of life. The long, fine sandy beach stretches for kilometres; birds breed in the former salt pans behind. The perfect beach for families and those in search of peace and quiet.
Torre Salinas - wild, endless beach with towerTorre Salinas is a beach on the south-east coast of Sardinia – perfect for everyone who wants to enjoy a slower pace of life. The long, fine sandy beach stretches for kilometres; birds breed in the former salt pans behind. The perfect beach for families and those in search of peace and quiet. Extensive, untouched sections alternate with areas dedicated to sun lounger hire – yet there’s still ample space for everyone on this beach, which is over 100 metres wide in places. Off the coast, dunes are covered in sea lilies; the colour of the sand flickers between light and ochre, interspersed here and there with tiny black grains. To the south, the beach ends with a beautiful rocky cape, which is home to the old Torre Salinas tower dating back to the 17th century. Here is the perfect place for snorkelling and discovering lots of fish. The beach has bars and a car park.
Another dream beach at Torre Salinas
Spiaggia CristolaxeduDirectly on the other side of the Torre Salinas cape awaits the next beach, Spaigga Cristolaxedu. With emerald green water, greyish sand, a gentle slope into the sea and a relaxed beach ambience, this beach is never too crowded. Spiaggia Cristolaxedu merges seamlessly with the well-known Spiaggia Colostrai.
Location and surroundings
Beaches in detail
Feraxi beach in Muravera is a nice, 3 km long sandy beach away from the masses. The sea is easily accessible and the water is crystal clear. The dunes are covered with typical vegetation. There is parking, a kiosk and a beach bar. The beach is good for snorkelling, as the clear water is rich in fish.
Capo Ferrato lies secluded and almost isolated on the north end of Costa Rei. It offers superb little bays for those seeking privacy. As they are a little rocky, these beaches are less suitable for children. On the north end of the cape lie the natural pools of Feraxi and Colostrai, home to typical marsh wildlife.
Small bay framed by flat rocks at the northern end of Costa Rei. Grey sand and pebble beach, less suitable for children. A pine forest behind the beach offers shade from the midday sun.