Info on Plag'e Mesu
Along the southwest coast dela Sardinia, in the municipality of Gonnesa, we are the beach diPlag'e Mesu (or Plagemesu).As part of the so-called Costa Verde, the beach Plagemesu is a great beach with white sand medium grain, compact, overlooking a beautiful blue sea of an iridescent green color. Its depth, medium depth in sandy character, with the presence in some parts of reefs and rocks. From the beach you can admire the view of the most famous cliff of Sardinia: Sugarloaf. It is beaten by the mistral, which is why the destination of many surfers. It is on average frequented in summer.from Cagliari, drive on State Road 130 in the direction of Iglesias and take the exit for Gonnesa onto State Road 126. Continue straight ahead without entering the village and follow the signs to the sea. He is on the right the intersection reported for Plagemesu. Turn away and go straight up to the picnic area.There are dining and there is the possibility of renting beach equipment such as sun umbrellas, deck chairs and sun loungers.near the beach there is a bunker dating back to World War II, there are also numerous nuraghi and the nuragic Seruci.This content was automatically translated, please feel free to write us if you think it contains some mistakes.
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