The cove of S’abba ‘e s’ulimu, which in Sardinian means “the water of the elm tree”, consists mainly of volcanic rocks that form a long cliff, bordered north and south by basalt walls that fall sheer into the sea. The water of this cove will amaze you with its transparency and its blue and green overtones. Just as Punta Niedda and Punta Su Mastixi, this cove too is a very solitary place, which highlights even further its beauty and uniqueness.

Directions: Past Punta Su Mastixi continue south, along a dirt road surrounded by Mediterranean maquis.