Along the road south-west of the Gulf of Cagliari (SS 195 Sulcitana) find the popular resort of Chia, a village in the municipality of Domus de Maria, a small seaside resort lies along the coast, where the attractions are the beaches with immense dunes modulated by the winds, where rise the juniper bushes that face the sea which is of great beauty with the clear water colors ranging from deep blue to emerald green and the tourist is captured by wild atmosphere and embracing fragrances, where nature is still unspoilt and the coasts alternate between high and rocky headlands and low and sandy coasts.
Coastal ponds of Chia and Spartivento immediately behind the dunes, are common parking areas and breeding of various species of waterfowl that contribute to further enhance a natural setting with few equals in the entire Mediterranean. The pink flamingos have become familiar to tourists passing along the banks of the ponds to reach the beaches.
The symbol of Chia is the tower, of Spanish origin dating back to the seventeenth century, is visible from all the beaches, even at night when the glare of the light makes its image even more suggestive, stands on the promontory which housed the acropolis of ‘ancient Punic city Bithia. It can be reached on foot in 5 minutes starting from the harbor taken by surprise in front of a splendid panorama that surrounds the background of blue sea and sky the coast to the lighthouse at Capo Sparetivento.
From the climatic point of view the area of Chia is one of the driest areas of Sardinia. In the summer the weather is usually maintains perfect for those who want to make a holiday of swimming with the sea remains sufficiently protected from the wind in the various jagged coves with beaches surrounded by reefs, such as the location of Pinus Village , the beach of Sa Colonia, Su Giudeu and Cala Cipolla.
Continuing in the direction of Capo Spartivento over a rocky promontory, it opens the beach of the dead, a small sandy cove surrounded by rocks and Mediterranean, while on the side opens the largest beach of Porto Campana. A small rocky promontory ago from curtain to the next, magnificent beach Su Giudeu, the flagship of the coast of Chia, a magnificent beach of 1.3 km at the center, a few meters from the shore of the small island on Giudeu (which gives its name to the beach) is almost connected to the mainland by sand. A cordon of dunes protects the beach, and a pond opens inside. In addition, always towards Capo Spartivento is the beautiful Cala Cipolla, small but spectacular rocks and vegetation overlooking a turquoise sea and clear.
In addition to tan the sea, Chia offers many attractions, including outdoor shows, nightclubs, restaurants, pizzerias, bars, shops, until late at night where tourists can shop, eat and drink comfortably seated and immersed in the summer nights.