The beach of Nora is found in the locality of the same name, in the municipal area of Pula. It has white, mixed grain sand, enclosed by a rock formation, and its waters are shallow and thus ideal for families with children that can play on the shore without being in danger.
Close to the beach is the small medieval church of Sant'Efisio, in memory of the place where it is said that the saint found martyrdom.
The beach is near the archaeological zone of Nora, a city founded by the Phoenicians between the 9th and 8th centuries B.C., the most ancient - it seems - in Sardinia. The archaeological area is found at the foot of the promontory of Capo di Pula, in a position that allowed sure landing, whatever the type of wind.