Villasimius Travel guide
Villasimius : Michelin's recommendations
The little fishing village of Carbonaria, renamed Villasimius in 1862, has been transformed into a pleasant and popular seaside resort. A few sites evoke the history of the area: the Museo Archeologico and the Fortezza Vecchia, which is believed to date back to the 14C. Make the most of the beautiful beaches in the area: Cala Pisanu for its clear waters, Porta Sa ruxi for its fine white sand, Campu Longu and Campus for surfing and, for a rest, try Punta Molentis.
Tourist attractions Villasimius : Things to see and do
I - 09049 Punta Molentis
Film crews come to Punta Molentis to film scenes supposedly taking place in the Caribbean! This dream beach, the best of the bunch, boasts sand and pebbles, exotic coral reefs and sensational waters.
I - Isola dei Cavoli
Off the coast of Villasimius there emerges Isola dei Cavoli to the southeast of Capo Carbonara, and Serpentara to the east of Punta Molentis: these two islands are part of a protected marine area, the Parco Geomarino di Capo Carbonara. The Isola dei ..
Via Vittorio Emanuele 25 I - 09049 Villasimius
Located 50 metres from the main square of Villasimius, Hotel Stella D'Oro offers traditionally furnished rooms with a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi in communal areas, and free parking. Simius Beach is 1.5 km away. A sweet and buffet breakfast is provid..
Via Pallaresus, 16 I - 09049 Villasimius
Prix Prices from : 48 €
Le Anfore is set in Villasimius, just a few metres from the beautiful white sandy beaches of south-eastern Sardinia. You can enjoy dining out on the veranda at the restaurant. Guest rooms are air conditioned and come with a minibar. There is a large..
Via G. Marconi 40 I - 09049 Villasimius
At only 30 metres from Villasimius’s central square and 1.5 km from the Mediterranean Sea, Hotel I Graniti features free Wi-Fi in public areas and Sardinian-style rooms with handcrafted furniture. The air-conditioned rooms have a private entrance, a..