Cala Domestica is located on the southwest coast of Sardinia, two kilometers from Buggerru.
The beach enjoys a unique landscape where the mining history of the area merges with the wild nature and one of the most beautiful seas in Sardinia, with turquoise and blue colors and shallow, sandy seabeds.
Until 1940, minerals extracted from the mines were shipped from Cala Domestica. Ruins of warehouses, deposits, and galleries dug by miners are still visible on the beach.
One of the galleries dug in the past now leads to a second cove called “La Caletta.” The larger cove is naturally framed by high cliffs and dominated by an eighteenth-century Spanish tower from which you can admire unmatched views. It is a deep inlet with a wide golden sand beach.
Cala Domestica has a large parking lot, a camper stop area, a refreshment point, an access walkway and a camping site.