The marvellous, vast and long beach of fine, white sand of Capo Comino, one of the largest on the east coast of Sardinia, is an 'earthly paradise' that is part of the tourist resort of the same name in Siniscola. It forms a single shoreline with s'Ena 'e sa Chitta, 'the beach of sugared almonds', a beautiful southern stretch of coastline, measuring about three kilometres.
The promontory of Capo Comino is the easternmost tip of Sardinia, closing the Gulf of Orosei to the north. The 'cape' is controlled by an ancient lighthouse, the symbol of the place, looking towards the small Ruja island, which you can reach by swimming or walking, depending on the tide. The waters are crystal clear and blend in with the green of the surrounding vegetation, consisting of a beautiful and regenerating pine forest. Completing its exceptional beauty are the lively and beautiful dunes interspersed with junipers and mastic trees, the ponds of Salina Manna and Salinedda, a natural habitat for aquatic birds.