The small cove opens up to the majestic profile of Tavolara, with a seabed of fine sand with glittery reflections, transparent, shallow waters, and rocks smoothed by the wind. Puntaldìa, whose name, meaning sighting point, reveals the strategic importance of this place, is the northernmost tip of the Cinta, and is the continuation of the symbol-beach of San Teodoro. They are separated by the small mouth of the Teodoro lagoon. The splendid coast of Lu Impostu is its northern boundary. Here you will find small coves with rocks made even more beautiful by the Mediterranean scrub: follow the tracks among the rocks to go from one cove to another.