By the sea in Sardinia's southeast
Swimming in the summer, hiking, MTB and biking in the low season, and surrounded by the typical Sardinian culture in every season. The municipality of Castiadas has about 1,700 inhabitants and is located between the popular resorts of Costa Rei and Villasimius. An hour's drive away, Cagliari invites you to exciting city days in a sophisticated, historically significant port metropolis. The region is home to some of the most impressive beaches of the southeast, such as Cala Sant'Elmo, Cala Sinzias, Cala Pira or the secluded beach of Santa Giusta - all with crystal clear waters and turquoise shining in the sun. The mountainous interior is green and lush. Extensive forests can be explored in the Sette Fratelli nature reserve, where an intact Mediterranean scrub thrives and where holm oaks, cork oaks, myrtles, strawberry trees and heather exude their wonderful fragrance. With a little patience you can observe wild boars, wild cats, spotted woodpeckers and the famous Sardinian deer. While golden eagles, peregrine falcons, buzzards and hawks fly their courses high in the sky. The coast of Castiadas is an unspoiled paradise that must be seen.