Of course the beach which we will discuss today is not a beach known only to a few people, in short, a hidden gem of this island, but anyone who has gone to Villasimius and had the opportunity to visit this beach, he could admire the fine white sand with pink opal shades(due to the pink granite coast) and the clear waters of a pale blue color, and will confirm that the journey to get here is nothing compared to the pleasure of making a bath in this corner of paradise. Precisely because it is a known beach , arriving at this beach you will also be able to notice the large presence of beach club(beach umbrellas and deckchairs available), but the magnitude of the beach makes it always possible to find a corner of beach all to yourself, where lie back and be enchanted to admire the view.
His nickname “two seas” depends on the fact that it lies between the sea and, behind it, the salted pond of Notteri. Here, when the weather is colder, you can admire rare species of pink flamingos that stop to rest on the crystal clear waters of the pond.
On a near promontory we find an ancient tower (ancient evidence of the mistrust and of the fears that inhabited the island centuries ago, when pirate attacks were the order of the day) from which you can enjoy an amazing view of the entire territory around Villasimius.
The beach is characterized by shallow waters, making it safe for children to play. The particular position of the bay once again serves as a natural protection from the wind and helps to create a perfect atmosphere for your vacation.
The beach has many facilities: boat rental, thalassotherapy, sandblasting, sun loungers, deckchairs and thatched umbrellas of Africa, water park, floating sun beds, hotel, bar, refreshment and nightlife.
How to get there: from Cagliari you go toward Villasimius in the first instance for a short time on the SS125, then on the SS54. If you follow this road you will pass on the more coastal road, otherwise the varSS125 is the innermost. Always follow the directions to Villasimius.
GPS coordinates Cala Rush: 39.118603, 9.520839