Punta Nera is just past the curve leading to Girin beach. It’s an ideal beach for families with children, because it can be reached by car, although one must then park on a dirt road at the entrance of the road.
The beach is a wide strip of fine and warm sand. It’s very large and divided into two parts by an artificial stone dam that protects the beach from the mistral winds and waves. Sheltered from the wind, surrounded by private houses gardens and local vegetation, it overlooks the island of Sant'Antioco and its waters aren't immediately deep.
On the beach, a kiosk offers refreshment and shade during the summer season. There is no lifeguard rescue and is also accessible by persons with reduced mobility, thanks to a platform facilitates the walk from the road to the beach.
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