Vacanze in Sardegna, trascorri le tue vacanze estive nell’isola di Sant’Antioco

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It’s time to plan your Holidays in the                      south west of Sardinia                     


Maladroxia

Maladroxia

Maladroxia Beach

Beautiful beach, hotels and houses with sea view

Maladroxia is a 800 meters long beach and it is one of the most populated beaches as it is perfect for visitors of all ages. It is also one of the most particular localities as over time it has become more and more a small village with its inhabitants, restaurants, hotels, holiday houses with sea view and kiosks.
The beach establishment on the beach offers showers and cabins for its guests. Also you can rent umbrellas, sunbeds, pedalos, sups and canoes. The establishment is also the starting point for boats and raft trips to discover the Sulcis archipelago, with its unique coves and caves in the South West of Sardinia. Events are organized on the beach periodically, such as games and parties for children, cultural entertainment, sports and much more. (Source: Sardinia tourism and promotion)

Maladroxia is the ideal beach from which to admire the sunrise while sipping a cool drink and for the more romantic it is also a charming place to dine on the sand at sunset. However, there are restaurants overlooking the Gulf of Palmas where you can taste the typical dishes and enjoy the view.

Curiosity:

Teenagers love to walk on the "altine": a platform made out of algae that rises from the seabed up to almost the surface of the sea. The altine are located about 5 meters from the shore, but they occupy only a small part of the sea floor. We recommend to visit them while wearing sandals or fins to not risk to step on sharp stones or sea urchins. 
On the left side of the beach, a few steps from the shore, if you just move the sand with your feet you will feel an irresistible and unique sensation: the one caused by a hot water jet that escapes from the subsoil. The hot water source is easily traceable and it is not dangerous, that's why it is loved by children who enjoy digging the seabed to see the bubbles!

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