S.s. 125 Km 78,700, Sn
B&B Cala Murtas is located on SE coastline of Sardinia 80 km of Cagliari, 70 km of Arbatax/Tortoli and about 30 min of famous white coastline of Villasimius.

B&B far only 5 minutes from the beautifool beach, is set in a part of the island, rich for historical places of interest and ancient civilization of the Nuraghi, that flourished on the island from 1800 to 500 BC. Ideal place for those, who want to enjoy vacation full of the sun and seaside, combined with ancient cultures, architecture and art of Sardinia.

Our B&B is a villa of 2 levels, surrounded by a Mediterranean garden, at disposal for our guests. Ideal for the moments of relax and enjoyment. We have 3 big double bed rooms with TV and 2 bathrooms. Bed linen and towels are included.

Continental breakfast includes also typical Sardinia’s products. For ex amaretti, ciambelle, pardule. It’s served on the ground level in the lounge. After breakfast, we are ready to help you with the choice of trips, places of interest, ideal beaches, historical places etc. It’s also possible to order excursion by off road or a ship.

Not only crystal blue sea and white beaches are within easy reach of the B&B. There are also places with rich history. It’s worth the effort to climb on the mountain of Quirra to get to the ruins of Castello di Quirra. Build in the 12th century. The place is pure combination of history and legends. From the top of the mountain, you can admire the beauty of Sardinia’s panorama under your feet. Varied coastline of sculpted cliffs covered with wild Mediterranean nature. Down, under the mountain, there is a monument known as Pozzo Sacro (The Sacred Well). Still from the Nuraghi times. The spring of the well is still active. Even so active, that in some days, you can descent only on a couple of many steps leading you down into the well. Not far away from the Pozzo, there is the Medieval church of st. Nicolas Romanesque church build of red bricks. Among other places of interest close to our B&B there are for ex. Aragones tower on Murtas beach. Sardinia is famous mostly for its sea and coastline, but it attracts also by its spectacular natural scenery and numerous archaeological ruins and monuments.
Declared by the Innkeeper