The Mal Di Ventre Island (in Sardinian “Malu Entu”, bad wind) is located in front of the Sinis peninsula, which is about 9 km away. It is a flat granite rock covered with Mediterranean scrub, spreading about 80 hectares, with a maximum height of 18 m, rich in creeks and lovely beaches. The seabed is particularly rich in fish because it is a protected area. There is a pool of spring water that allows the survival of some species of animals such as rabbits, white mice and varieties of sea birds.
You can get there with boats departing from the coast of Putzu Idu.