The Beaches.Chia's promontory. It is a promontory overlooking the bay of the marina to the east and the long, mostly sandy expanse extending to the west. The characteristic feature of this site is the Chia Tower.
Sa Colonia. It is an expanse of white sand, about a kilometer long, enclosed between the promontories of Chia and Monte Cogoni; Together with the Porticciolo the beaches of the town of Chia properly said. Separated from the open sea the Chia Pond.
Spiaggia Campana. It is a formation of golden sand dunes, the back of which is covered with shrubbery. It represents the first of Spartivento's beaches to the west.Cala Cipolla. Only walking on foot is a small and crowded beach that stretches out into a sheltered bay enclosed to the east by a rocky promontory that separates it from Su Giudeu and to the west from the cliff of Cape Spartivento. From Cala Cipolla starts a path leading to Cape Spartivento Lighthouse, from which overlooks the entire southern coast of Sulcis.
Cala del Morto.It is a small sandy work overlooked by Monte Cogoni and enclosed in two short cliffs.Su Giudeu.Also, known as beach de s'Abba Durci (sweet water beach) is a long sandy expanse that together with Campana Beach is the evocative diving training of Spartivento, one of the largest in southern Sardinia. On the back, in the central section, is the Spartivento pond. The beach of Su Giudeu has been several times film and TV commercials. In front of the beach, the isolotto Su Giudeu is located just a short distance from the mainland, which separates it from the mainland.