Torre Grande beach, a coastal town located on the central-western coast of Sardinia, in the municipality of Oristano, and very close to Cabras (one of our favorite places on the island) extends next to a small tourist center, founded by farmers and fishermen, and observation post of the Spanish tower from which it takes its name, built between 1542 and 1572.
This video has been filmed in winter, where you can appreciate the beauty of the landscape in all its splendor.
The sand is surrounded by palm trees, a space for walking, running, cycling or rollerblading. The wide stretch of sand extends along about 3 kilometers, from the marina to the mouth of the Tirso River. The beach has a medium grain sand of golden color.
Torre Grande is full of bars, pubs, restaurants and pizzerias.