Included in the Capo Carbonara Marine Protected Natural Area, which runs between Capo Boi and the area in front of Serpentara Island. The seabed included in this natural area holds shipwrecks from all times, making it a favorite half of diving and diving enthusiasts at all levels. Its dreamy beaches, are interspersed with small cliffs and the promontory of Capo Carbonara. White sand dunes characterize the beaches of Porto Sa Ruxi, Campus and Campulongu. Rice Beach is a small natural gem nestled between Campulongu Beach and Porto, owing its name to the composition of its sand made up of the smallest white pebbles, smoothed by the sea, that evoke the grains of rice. Framed between the green of the promontory with Mediterranean scrub and the plasticity of its granite rocks, it creates a unique setting that has made it world famous. In addition to the many beautiful beaches and coves the Notteri Pond, which serves as the backdrop to the stunning Porto Giunco Beach, has been a source of life for animals and humans since prehistoric times, it preserves an intact habitat where it is possible to see flamingos and other endangered species of migratory birds.
Villasimius contrary to what one might imagine is not only sea. Culture and traditions enliven this town, welcoming those who choose to spend their vacations here, in an embrace of flavors and in the dances of the festivals. In the various restaurants and clubs you can taste the delicacies of the sea and Sardinian gastronomy. Handicraft stores flaunt the finest pieces of island tradition, from ceramics to wood and textiles, not forgetting the flourishing art of goldsmithing. The town is a starting point for pleasant excursions to the most interesting archaeological sites such as necropolis from the Nuragic period and sites from the Phoenician-Punic and Roman periods. The local archaeological museum offers a chance to learn more about the history of the entire island. The various festivals and events organized to enliven the summer season ensure that one will not be bored even in the evening, offering the chance to learn more about the heart of Sardinia and its inhabitants.
Villasimius for over 30 years has invested many resources in tourism and its real estate scene. It has done so consciously, managing to best combine its valuable environmental resources, its extraordinary beaches and coves and its promontories rich in history and endemic species, with a real estate patrimony that is perfectly embedded in the territory. Thanks to its policy and the collaboration between public and private, it offers a wide choice of solutions of apartments in town, villas by the sea, luxurious villas with swimming pool that enrich the tourist offer of those who want to spend their vacations by the sea in the southeastern coast of the Island. Below are the properties proposed by Sardinia Chic to spend a fantastic vacation in Villasimius.