Putzu Idu offers a beach with fine white sand with nuance of grey. It is surrounded by the “Saline” that are directly behind it stretching between Mandriola and S’Arena Scoada. It lookslike a long, nqarrow beach very welcoming, especially thanks to its crystalline and very low waters.
On the edge of the Sinis peninsula we find the bathing locality of San Giovanni, once famous for the characteristic fishermen’s huts built in wood and rush, of which a few remain the beach because of its location, it is very well equipped: it is a large car park suitable for campers. To eat no shortage of eateries and bars. The backdrops are full of pleasantsurprises for those who love scuba diving and snorkeling and you can finally enjoy all varieties of surf.
Mandriola is the continuation of the beach of Putzu Idu it is made up of low rocks covered in poseidonia oceanic. The beach is lapped by crystalline waters. The rocky sea-botton attracts snorkelling enthusiasts.