An expanse of two kilometres of light sand, enhanced by grains of quartz with various tinges of white and pink, typical of the Cabras shoreline, which is 13 kilometres away. The amazing and precious beach of Maimoni, with characteristics very similar to the nearby and equally beautiful Is Arutas and Mari Ermi, is located in the marine area of the Sinis peninsula and its name comes from the Sardinian and Phoenician god of water and of the rain. Also linked to the divinity, in a sort of religious continuity, is the church of San Salvatore, built in the 17th century on the ruins of an early Christian hypogeum, a few steps from the beach.