Two kilometres of white cliffs shaped by the northwesterly ‘maestrale’ wind and coastal storms, when the waves reach heights of 25 metres: from the top of the cliffs, you can admire the breathtaking views of the western coast of the Island. The cliff of su Tingiosu stretches between capo sa Sturaggia, the northern limit of the beach of Mari Ermi, and the cliffs of su Cantaru, just south of the seaside village of s’Arena Scoada. A path for trekking and mountain bike riding allows you to travel along the entire coastline between the two beaches, connecting the territory of Cabras and that of San Vero Milis: here, the sea takes on shimmering shades of turquoise and green, in some places speckled thanks to the play of colours that the sun’s rays create with the rocky outcrops and the rocks lying on the seabed. In front, on the horizon, you can clearly distinguish the outline of the island of Mal di Ventre, an integral part of the protected area of the Sinis peninsula. At sunset, when the sun hides behind the sea, the colours reflecting on the white limestone, on the rocks and on the water are magical.