Muravera

Muravera - home of lemons and tranquil beaches. Muravera is a small town, picturesquely situated in the fertile foothills of Sarrabus. Renowned all over the island for its aromatic oranges and lemons, Muravera captivates with its idyllic beaches that offer the perfect balance of liveliness and relaxation. The famous Costa Rei is also part of Muravera.

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Muravera – home of lemons and tranquil beaches

Muravera is a small town, picturesquely situated in the fertile foothills of Sarrabus. Renowned all over the island for its aromatic oranges and lemons, Muravera captivates with its idyllic beaches that offer the perfect balance of liveliness and relaxation. The famous Costa Rei is also part of Muravera. The town itself is a veritable celebration of the Sardinian lifestyle in all its facets. The local handicrafts are legendary, imposing Saracen towers echo its past under Spanish rule during the 16th and 17th century, and in spring, the town honours its prime export – its famous citrus fruits – with its very own festival (Sagra degli Agrumi). Inspired, lively and full of the fragrant aromas of lemons and sea water, Muravera offers unique experience that unites culture and nature.
 

Around Muravera: Idyllic beaches, antiques and lakes full of flamingos

Nearby beaches

- Spiaggia di Colostrai
- Spiaggia di San Giovanni
- Spiaggia di Feraxi

Pink lagoons

Muravera is fringed by lagoon lakes that attract some very special inhabitants. Flamboyances of bright pink flamingos make themselves comfortable in the shallow waters, providing a truly extraordinary natural spectacle.
 

Megalithic discoveries and ancient wells

Fascinating witnesses of the historical origins of Sardinia: the complex of Piscina Rei, the Funtana Coberta subterranean temple and the rows of menhirs across the wide, cork oak-covered plateau Pranu Mutteddu continue to fascinate visitors today.

Location and surroundings

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