Naturalistic pearl of south-eastern Sardinia
Surrounded by a green valley and a wonderful natural oasis, the renowned tourist resort of Castiadas rises in the south-east of Sardinia and attracts many visitors with its 'tropical' beaches.
The territory extends into the sub-region of Sarrabus, a very fertile area that produces an incredible amount of renowned vegetables and citrus fruits, inhabited since pre-Nuragic times and today made up of the hamlets that have emerged after the war.
It is above all the 13 kilometres of coastline of Castiadas that represents one of the greatest attractions of the entire island, amidst soft white sand dunes, Mediterranean scrub and centuries-old junipers. The clear seabed and the waters of a thousand shades of blue invite snorkelling.
In the background is the mountainous profile of the Oasis of the Seven Brothers, a nature park rich in archaeological sites, canyons, gorges, towers and valleys. Get there and take a walk through its forests, inhabited by deer and mouflon. Along the way, you will come across rocks shaped by time and various natural monuments, including the Arch of the Angel of pink granite: stop to admire the wonderful panorama that opens up over the entire valley of Castiadas.