Portoscuso and Sulcis Iglesiente
Portoscuso lays in the coast of South West Sardinia, where Sulcis and Iglesiente meet, right in front of the islands of Sant’Antioco and San Pietro. The ancient oaks bent by the northwest wind and the intense sent of Mediterranean shrub, welcome who enter the town through this wonderful coastline. An overview of imposing cliffs rising sheer from a blue sea that expands as far as the eye can see.
For its strategic position in the heart of a still savage Sardinia, Portoscuso is the perfect base to explore this charming region during all seasons. Here the natural beauty blends in with the ancient Nuragic traces where the more recent mining activities also speak of the islands past.
In the summer, along the coast from Capo Spartivento to Piscinas, you can explore wonderful bays still unknown to mass tourism. During the mild climate of Spring and Autumn, you can visit the interesting archaeological and mining sites of the area, savour the sensation of a solitary walk across unlimited sand stretches or simply immerse yourself in the vibrant and unspoilt nature.