A natural paradise, suitable for families, couples or a relaxing solo break. The beautiful beach of Maladroxia is one of the jewels of Sant’Antioco, about nine kilometres from the centre of the main town on the island. It is characterised by a long and undulating sandy beach of about 500 meters of soft, fine and soft sand mixed with sections of pebbles, plunging into the limpid and crystalline water of a sea with colours ranging from emerald green to turquoise. The seabed is low near the shoreline and gently sloping; just a little further out, you will come across dry dunes of posidonia, on which you can walk. The frequent winds make it an ideal destination for surfers and it is loved by scuba-diving enthusiasts. The beach is surrounded by Mediterranean greenery, and backed by the small village of Maladroxia, a tourist resort with private villas, holiday homes and hotels, restaurants and pizzerias, kiosks and bars. The wide range of services complete the picture: ample parking, buses, and rental services for bathing equipment, pedal boats, canoes and rafts. The village is dominated by a hill surmounted by the s'Ega de Marteddu nuraghe.