Along the western coast of Sardinia, in the municipality of Iglesias, we find the beach of Masua, commonly known as Il Molo, due to the presence, to the north of the beach, of an old concrete pier and, as visible still today, the remains of an old warehouse used when the Masua mine was still active.
The small beach is characterized by a crescent shape enclosed by rocks at both ends, with fine sand in amber and gold tones. The sea, between turquoise and blue, has a predominantly sandy bottom. The coast of the Masua beach is often chosen for the beautiful view it offers. In front of the beach, there is the Pan di Zucchero sea stack, a natural beauty that rises from the sea for about 130 meters.