The province of Oristano is a true gem for landscape lovers thanks to the alternation of strips of white sand, quartz sand beaches and tall limestone cliffs (from Capo Mannu onward).
It is no coincidence that most of the territory is under environmental protection for its outstanding natural beauty.
Below, in sequential order, are the beaches from the northern side of Marina Torregrande, while here you will find the beaches of southern side of Marina di Torregrande.
Coarse, light-coloured, fine gravel sand and a calm waterfront, hemmed in by tall palms. Very well equipped with wheelchair access. Large car park, also suitable for campervans.
Closeby the Paleo-Christian church of San Giovanni, the Punic remains of Tharros and the Spanish tower of San Giovanni. Very well equipped beach with large car park, also suitable for campervans.
The name, which means “healing spring”, is connected with the presence of a fresh water spring which is said to have therapeutic properties. Golden sand with surface rocks. Small car park and bar.
Very light-coloured sand and pink and white quartz pebbles. Large car park and bar. Ideal for surfing.
Sand made up of small, round quartz grains of various colours. One of the most popular surfing spots.
Beach of bright white quartz, with areas of fine, ochre coloured sand, contained among tall dunes. Shallow waters and gentle sea slope. Large car park.
Very fine, white sand, shallow waters and gentle sea slope. Large car park and bar.
Very popular with windersurfers and kitesurfers.
Very fine, white sand, surrounded by the salt pans. Trips for the island of Mal di Ventre depart from here. Large car park also suitable for campervans. Wheelchair access. Very popular surfing spot.
Coarse, light-coloured sand with greyish hues, often covered by posidonia. Few facilities, car park.
Light-coloured sand, narrow beach, surrounded by low dunes with very clear, crystalline waters. With a shallow entrance and gently sloping sea bed it is ideal for children. Car park and cafè.
Averagely coarse, light-coloured sand, seventeenth century look-out tower. Shallow waters and gently sloping sea bed, numerous facilities. Car park.
Fine, dark ochre sand with fragments of seashells and shallow waters. Large car park with wheelchair access.
The Mal di Ventre island consists of several coves.
Cala Libeccio: light-coloured sand with greyish hues which alternates between pebbles and rocks. Deep water, ideal spot for scuba diving.
Cala Relitto: fairly fine, light-coloured sand with greyish hues. In front of the beach, at a depth of 20mt lies a nineteenth century wreck.
Cala Valdaro: light-coloured sand with greyish hues, surrounded by rock and rock cliffs and partly covered by posidonia. Shallo, gently sloping sandy sea bed.
Cala del Nuraghe: very coarse, light-coloured sand with golden and ochre hues alternate with pebbles which continue along the seabed. Closeby to the ruins of two nuraghi.
Light-coloured sand and pebbles, surrounded by a dense pine forest, ideal for those with respiratory problems due to the iodine rich air. Many facilities, including wheelchair access and a large car park, also suitable for campervans.
Light-coloured sand, stretching for over 2 km enclosed by tall sand dunes and a series of coves surrounded by cliffs. The few services include wheelchair access and a small car park (both paid and free).
Coarse, light-coloured sand, 6 km in length, shallow water, ideal for surfing. The few facilities include wheelchair access and a large car park.
Ochre-coloured sand surrounded by tall dunes for about 1.5km. Several facilities, wheelchair access with a large car park (both paid and free) ‒ also suitable for campervans.
Fairly fine, light-coloured sand with some surfacing rocks and shallow water. A few facilities and a large car park.