Mal di ventre Island

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




Seu Oasis

It is an oasis of Mediterranean scrub that lies between the beach of Maimone and Funtana Meiga village. It is a place that stretches for 1 km of coastline, with paths immersed in the scrub, and a Spanish tower on the cliff. It is the right

S’archittu Beach

It is a rock that forms an arch 15 meters high, the remains of a natural cave, corroded by the sea waves. The rock is made of ivory white limestone that slopes towards the sea in a very suggestive way that reminds of lunar landscapes and that in

Tharros Site

Tharros is the site of a Punic-Roman city founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century B.C. and extends over the Capo S. Marco isthmus in the Sinis peninsula, with a splendid view on the Gulf of Oristano and the ponds of Cabras. The area is an

Maimoni Beach

MAIMONI is a particularly wide beach, close to Is Arutas, with, in its background, “Turri and Seu”, a protected area covered with Mediterranean scrub. The magnificent wideness of the beach ensures a sufficient personal space to enjoy the beach and

Is Arutas Beach

It is the most famous beach of the Sinis of Oristano: it has been built in millions of years on the erosion of Malu Entu Island (bad wind island), improperly translated into Mal di Ventre (stomach ache island), and is made up of quartz grains, as big

The Giants of Monte Prama

The giants of Monte Prama or Sos Zigantes de Mont'e Prama, found in the homonymous place, are statues carved in local chalky sandstone and their height varies between 2 and 2.5 meters. Till now, 38 statues have been found: five archers, four

Donigala Fenughedu

It is the hamlet of Oristano where the B&B Prama e Mari is located. Donigala once was an independent municipal administration that was abolished in 1927. Until 1862 the town was known as Donnigala d'Arborea. The word Fenughedu, refers to a village