A sneak preview
The beach of Porto Ferro, the northern border of the Corallo riviera, stretches for around 2 km, dominated by three Spanish look-out towers dating back to the XVII century. It is covered by ochre-coloured sand whose grains at times are mixed with shells: there are rocky outcrops here and there. The beautiful bay attracts a great number of beach-goers every year for various reasons. First of all for its beauty, given the clear crystalline waters which pervade the wide inlet, playing with the sandy shore and the trachyte rocks. Then we should remember that the beach is framed by a magnificent stretch of green, the pine grove that reaches as far as the nearby lake of Baratz, the only natural lake in the whole of Sardinian.