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For us this is the type of beach we enjoy resting and switching off on for a few hours.
Poetto is too commercial for us but others will enjoy it.
The previous reviews of Calamosca say it all but if you get the chance (we...More
This is a small beach to which you can get on within 20-30 minutes from Cagliari downtown by bus Zeus_5/11 (or if not taking No 11 from San Bartolomeo (Parcheggi) then 15 minutes walk. Parking for free.
Before you get down the beach I recommend...More
After tiring of the expense and lucky luckies hovering round us at Poetto we thought we’d try this little beach, it’s just a cove really, the number 11 bus takes you right there. At the beginning of September it was pretty quiet, I can imagine...More
It is magnificent sandy beach, never crowded, with fantastic access from Cagliari and from the street level. It is small and cosy, with small bar on the edge of the beach and a small stall with some beach/sea equipment. Also it feels safe as you...More
Made a reservation on the web, had a confirmation for our reservation. When we came to the restaurant, it was closed. The website, Tripadvisor and the reservationpage all had the restaurant marked for open.
Will we try again? Not likely!
I host people from all over the world and when it comes to going to the beach in my town, Cagliari, most of them prefer Cala Mosca because it is protected from our strong Mistral, while when Sirocco blows it doesn't bring as much sea...More
White sand and transparent sea water merit 5 circles ("excellent") on Trip Advisor (see photos).
Unfortunately, Calamosca beach has many defects:
- no drinking fountain;
- no shower;
- just 2 "mobile toilets" at the entrance of the beach (see photo) and only for basic...More