It opens in a crescent shape next to the beach of Simius, but it doesn’t look out of place at all next to its more famous ‘big sister’. The beach of is Traias is set inside a bay. Its sides are bordered and protected from the northwesterly wind by two small rocky promontories, at the foot of which other short stretches of beach with smooth pebbles emerge. The vegetation is low and shaped by the wind, almost reaching the beach and giving is Traias a wild appearance, despite its closeness to the residential area of Villasimius, just four kilometres away.

The captivating colours of the beach will remain impressed in your mind: the fine white sand, the blue and emerald green sea, the dark rocky outcrops and the Mediterranean greenery around and the island of Serpentara in front. It is about 150 metres long and 25 metres wide on average, with a seabed sloping gently out to sea. The areas around the cliffs to the sides are a destination for diving and snorkelling lovers, thanks to the variety of fish that populate this stretch of coast, included in the marine protected area of Capo Carbonara.