Spiaggia di Masua & Porto Cauli – Masua, Sardinia, Italy
Masua beach (Spiaggia di Masua) is located right by the village of Masua, part of the municipality of Iglesias in the province of South Sardinia, Italy.
The beach’s sandy shore has a crescent shape with very fine sand of a light amber color mixed with golden. It is not large in size and is enclosed by rocks at either end.
The sea has a mostly sandy bottom, but flat rocks and reefs are present; it has a color between blue, turquoise and green, depending on the reflections.
From Masua beach, there is a beautiful view of Scoglio Pan di Zucchero, a tall stack of Cambrian limestone that rises lonely from the sea for about 130 meters: very impressive indeed.
Next to the beach of Masua, we also have the beach of Porto Cauli (Spiaggia di Porto Cauli).
This beach like that of Masua is surrounded on the sides by rocks, while the seabed is rather shallow for a few tens of meters, ideal for those who want to bring children.
The whole area of the two beaches lends itself to snorkeling.