It appears to the right of the modern little tourist harbour, with light reflecting on the sand and splendid blue waters. The beach of Buggerru is a soft and welcoming expanse washed by a transparent sea of iridescent colours, which often receives awards from Legambiente (Italian environmentalist association) and the Touring Club. The waters are shallow and the seabed is sandy.

The beach is very close to the residential area, so all the main services are at your disposal. Buggerru, a former mining village, emerged in 1864 and is concentrated on the floor of a valley that looks out to sea. At the end of the 20th century, it became a tourist centre, thanks also to the port, overlooked by the exit of the Galleria Henry, through which a steam train once travelled, carrying the mineral extracted from the nearby mines, now a tourist attraction. Its coastline is low and sandy, as far as Capo Pecora, the southernmost locality of the Costa Verde (Arbus), and is protected by high dunes.

Among the nearby beaches, don't miss a chance to visit the wonderful inlet of Cala Domestica, a dreamy gem set between the white limestone cliffs, located in the south, in the middle of the former mining area. To the north, there are the large dunes of San Nicolao, behind which there is an impressive area of reforestation of pines, a perfect stretch for mountain bike excursions and, further up, in the territory of Fluminimaggiore, there is Portixeddu (or beach of Rio Mannu), featuring ochre-coloured fine sand and delimited to the north by a cliff that favours the formation of natural pools.