A paradise of fine, white sand with a shallow, transparent seabed, on the furthermost southwestern coast of Sardinia, that gets its name from the octopus living in the waters around a couple of rocks
From high up on the little island, about a hundred metres from the shore and easy to reach on foot, especially at low tide, the beauty of the crystal clear water will look even more unreal to you. The wide, spacious beach of Su Giudeu is the continuation of another jewel in the same bay, s’AquaDurci, from which it is separated by a little rocky reef. Not far away, still in the charming and famous tourist locality of Chia – in the territory of Domus de Maria – you will find another two splendid beaches: Sa Colonia and Porto Campana. To admire the bay’s entire coastline, we recommend that you take a walk to the lighthouse that dominates the most southwestern part of Sardinia. From the summit, you can admire a dreamlike landscape, often a setting for the scenes of a film or for advertising commercials.
Su Giudeu is a long, sandy shore with fine, white sand and a shallow seabed. It is particularly suitable for children and has smooth rocks that form a small island a little way out. At sunset, the beach comes to life with young people and music: it is ideal for relaxing on the sand with an aperitif in the company of friends. At your disposal, there is ample parking, hotel, bar, restaurant, campsite and a diving centre.
Not far away, you can also visit the archaeological area of Bithia, an ancient town, first Nuragic and then Phoenician, Punic and Roman. It is one of the most important archaeological sites in southern Sardinia.