An uncontaminated sea. Muravera means the beach: 32 kilometers of beaches, to be precise, where endless stretches of sand, rocked by riveting breakers (especially in the afternoon), are alternated with small inlets of rock or sand, caressed by the emerald water.
At no more than five to ten minutes by bike from the residential areas you can reach the beaches of Muravera, from San Giovanni to Feraxi (stick around for the sunset!) by way of Torre Salinas and Colostrai: amber-colored sand, a turquoise sea, facilities for families and for the disabled, kiosks with all amenities and restaurants which are positioned right on the beach.
But if you’d rather wander among the fragrant sea lilies and the stretches, shining with mother of pearl, softly descending underneath the shallow, crystalline coastal waters, you had better take the car: along the Costa Rei, at about fifteen minutes from Muravera, you will be kept in awe by the pastel colors, the natural swimming pools shaped by the rocky seabed (one of these, the Scoglio di Peppino, you do not want to miss out on) and the numerous attractions on offer by this tourist district. It is no coincidence that the authoritative Lonely Planet has included it in its selection of the five most beautiful beaches in the world.