Its name means 'ponytail' and derives from the sinuosity of the coast with its numerous inlets. Coacuaddus is a long beach of white, coarse-grained sand, divided into two parts by a large rock and bordered by limestone cliffs. It is one of the pearls of the Island of Sant’Antioco, which will enchant you with the clarity and colours of the sea: the bay, thanks to the green hills that surround it, has turquoise and green hued waters. The sandy bottom remains shallow for several meters, making swimming easy and safe even for small children. You will have various services available, including ample parking and dining options.
From the sand towards the sea, the view opens onto the beautiful dunes of Porto Pino (in the territories of Teulada and Sant'Anna Arresi). Close to the rocks, the rich underwater life and the transparency of the water make for great snorkelling and scuba diving, and attract underwater fishing enthusiasts.