The northwesterly mistral wind caresses the sand that resembles grains of rice. The fine, golden sand, made of tiny pink and white pebbles of quartz, colours Mari Ermi with multiple iridescent shades. An integral part of the peninsula of the Sinis marine area - island of Mal di Ventre, the beach stretches for two and a half kilometres along the coast of Cabras, set between the charming Is Arutas and Porto Suedda, a strip of land where rocks of various shapes appear, hiding another little beach.

From the long shoreline bathed by a melodious undertow, you can enter a deep blue see with a seabed sloping gently out towards the open sea, making the beach ideal for families and children. For sea sports enthusiasts, this is the ideal place do some kitesurfing and windsurfing. At the beach, you will find ample parking, places for dining and refreshments and services. For nature and adventure lovers, there are campsites and agri-campsites a short walk from the sandy shore.