A wonderful bay, three kilometres long on the eastern side of the Golfo degli Angeli, featuring three white sandy beaches, surrounded by promontories covered in Mediterranean scrub and by a sea of endless shades of blue. Geremeas is a tourist locality in southern Sardinia, which is part of the municipality of Quartu Sant'Elena and of Maracalagonis, residential areas less than twenty kilometres away. The two territories are separated by a river of the same name, riu Geremeas, the capacity of which increases considerably during the wintertime and flows into the sea, while during the summer it is reduced, creating a small pond close to the shoreline.