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Murtas Beach, Villaputzu
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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Very nice beach! You habe a lot of space. After the beach day go to the bar quirra for a beer and a toast!
Gian Piero P
Forse è la spiaggia che preferisco di quella zona, una bellissima e lunghissima spiaggia di ciottoli, Mi piace perchè non è tanto frequentata, forse per via della vicinanza con il poligono interforze ... read more »Perhaps my favorite is the beach of that area, a beautiful and long beach of pebbles, I like it because it is not so popular, perhaps because of the proximity to the joint forces of salto di Quirra polygon, and due to the fact that for many months of the year is banned from bathing. Despite this, in the summer months you can visit and spend days full of relaxation, there is one thing that I particularly like, and this is the sound of the sea and the rolling stones into the waves. For those wishing to visit and stay there all day advice to arrive with a good umbrella and stay in the shade, especially during the hottest hours, and use of slippers and/or Sandals for a walk, but that you will see him alone because you just put one foot in the pebbles for riling barefeet. Beautiful is also the backdrop, immediately becoming deep already at a meter and a half from the shore. There are many fish pedicure with fish lovers can find the little fish that nibble the legs:-) I recommend also to arrive with mask and fins to make a beautiful tour. After a certain hour sadly fills with mosquitos due to the presence of two small streams that are thrown overboard in that beach. Near this beach there are some archeological sites including the castle of Quirra and a giant Tomb, there is also a tower from the 17th century. for reviewers asking me when I was there ... in fact I go there at least a few times a year, but the last time I was there at the date of the review. recommend a visit to this beach, and I recommend ... don't steal the sand and let it clean.show original
Spiaggia consigliatissima per gli amanti delle natura. Un lunghissimo tratto di costa, dove non si vede la mano dell'uomo, se non nelle postazioni di vedetta militari, che stanno andando in rovina, e ... read more »Beach ideal for lovers of nature. A long stretch of coastline, where you can't see the man's hand, if not in the military look-out stations, who are going to the dogs, and if possible, make it all the more fascinating. Sand out of large grains near the shoreline, sugary little farther, gorgeous Mediterranean dune intact, and the amazing sea of Sardinia, that has few equals. The water gets deep already a few meters from the shore. Hard to get there (there's a lone bar along the 125 right at the turnoff for the sea: Beware that along the way there are some "depressions" on asphalt). Of course, separate parking, no service.show original
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