From its summit you will admire the entire south-eastern coast. You will reach it with private boats or organized excursions from the port of Villasimius. Navigation, fishing and diving are regulated by the protected marine area of ​​Capo Carbonara, of which Serpentara is an integral part, as well as the nearby island of Cavoli, about one kilometer away. For its protected birdlife and marine fauna, the island has been included among the sites of community interest.
The territory of Villasimius, a jewel of Sardinian tourism, offers infinite quantities and varieties of coastal pearls. Starting from Capo Boi, the southern limit of the protected area, along the panoramic road, you will find the splendid beaches of Porto sa Ruxi, Campus and Campulongu, all characterized by clear blue sea and fine white sand dunes. Near the town, there is the very special Riso beach. And beyond the modern marina, a series of coves, including Cala Caterina. On the eastern side of Capo Carbonara, get ready to discover places to hold your breath: Porto Giunco, with the Notteri pond behind it and heading north, Simius and Traias, Rio Trottu and Manunzas, beaches that surround the wonderful Punta Molentis. Nearby you will also take a dip in prehistory: in the necropolis of Accu is Traias and that of Cruccuris.
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