Spiaggia di Seu – Cabras, Sardinia, Italy
To dominate the landscape, falling within the territory of Cabras, there is the Tower (Torre di Seu), from which the naturalistic area, and the nearby beach have taken their name.
The small beach (Spiaggia di Seu) extends in a bay just east of the tower, composed of light-colored sand with amber reflections and some pebbles. The sea is clear, with blue, turquoise and emerald green tones, the seabed is shallow and sandy.
The oasis owes its preservation to the will of the landowners who acquired possession of it at the beginning of the 20th century, transforming it into a hunting reserve. The area then became a wildlife oasis managed by the WWF, maintaining it is wild and uncontaminated features.