The region occupies the south-west coast of Sardinia is known as Sulcis, the coast is developed in splendid cliffs and fine beaches framed by a typically Mediterranean vegetation, the sea is characterized by the crystallinity of the water. We point out some of the most charming coastal areas, especially in Cala Domestica and the near Caletta, two beautiful beaches nearby and considered one of the most beautiful places around the Mediterranean, they are not very far from Bugherru. Heading to south across the Gulf of Fontanamare, where you can moor and export of a number of beautiful beaches that surround it, such as Porto Paglia. Further south, the stretch of coast facing the island of San Pietro, with its pristine beaches and a little crowded, and Sant’Antioco, island connected to the mainland by an artificial isthmus, where there are some beautiful beaches, including remind Maladroxia, a paradise for tourists eager to plunge into its clear blue waters of a low background and thin gray sand, hemmed by cliffs and rocks. Thus we come to the headland that marks the southern tip of Sardinia, we are in the province of Cagliari, ending in Cape Teuladaand Capo Spartivento. This is probably the best known tourist area of the south coast, with its splendid beaches of Chia and Santa Margherita di Pula, certainly the most appreciated of the area. Following the Gulf of Cagliari, ending in the east in the beautiful area of Porto Giunco, where are the beautiful beaches of Timi Ama, a large carpet of white sand and impalpable that it leaves a lick sea. We are in the territory ofVillasimius, the tourist center of considerable fame in Sardinia, also thanks to the marina. Thus circumnavigating the promontory of Capo Carbonara is inserted so again in the east coast.