Costa Rei

Costa Rei is a seaside resort of Muravera and is located on the south-eastern coast of Sardinia, more precisely in Sarrabus. It is a tourist destination, especially during the summertime, and is known for its fine, white sandy beaches. One of the most famous beaches is the Scoglio di Peppino, in the locality of Santa Giusta, a low and wide rock visited by tourists all year round. Serpentara Island can be seen on the horizon.

In addition to the authenticity of the beaches, most of which are freely accessible, you will find picturesque bays and, above all, the crystal clear, clean sea. In 2009, the area was awarded the “Travel Blogger Award” by the prestigious publisher of the travel guide “Lonely Planet”, which declared Costa Rei among the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world.

The place extends over about 10 km from Porto Pirastu to Cala Sinzias and has its actual center at the foot of Monte Nai (200 m), which gives its name to the area. The local area is divided into the settlements of Sa Perda Niedda, Sa Murta (centre), Le Ginestre, Gli Asfodeli, I Ginepri (south), Turagri, Rei Marina and Rei Plaia (north). A “monument” of Costa Rei is the “House of the Countess”, the oldest house in the area, not easy to reach. It overlooks the entire coast, one can enjoy a breathtaking view from there. A destination for many tourists, especially young people, the house of the Countess has been abandoned for a long time and is covered with many legends.

The three squares of Costa Rei (Piazza Rei Marina, Piazza Italia, Piazza Sardegna) offer varied animations for tourists on summer evenings.