Two kilometres of cream-coloured sand, which is occasionally tinged with grey and ochre, washed by a sea that alternates shades of turquoise, emerald green and indigo. This would suffice to describe the charm of the beach of Colostrai, on the Sarrabus coast, six kilometres south of Muravera. The coast is protected by the pond of the same name behind it and to the south, a paradise for birdwatchers, and also by the varied Mediterranean vegetation, where you will find eucalyptus trees, pines and junipers. Near the beach, there are also small sand dunes, covered with sea daffodils and yellow horn-poppies. To the north, the spectacular promontory dominated by the tower of Salinas establishes the border, while the northernmost stretch of the beach takes the name of Cristolaxeddu.