Sant’Antioco is a small seaside village with a special charm. Located on the Sardinian island of the same name belonging to the Sulci archipelago, in the past it was a Phoenician-Punic colony then a Roman city. Its marina, colorful houses and restaurants inebriate the air with inviting scents, making it the sea soul of Sant’Antioco.
The most distinctive feature of the city, however, is clearly the sea. You definitely had to take advantage of it to walk by the sea and admire the countless coves, inlets and beaches among the most beautiful in the area. Among the main ones we find Cala Sapone, Spiaggia Grande, Porto della Signora, Capo Sperone, Porto Sciusciau, Porto de S’Acqua de sa Canna and Forru ‘by car.
Then, you cannot reach Portixeddu , the beach of Maladroxia , the cove Co’e Quaddus , the Cala Lungafino and then Sottotorre, Spiaggia delle Saline and Spiaggia Grande. All places that in the summer I propose numerous activities to do: from trekking, to snorkeling, to excursions, to exploration of the sea caves.
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