What to see in San Giovanni di Sinis, an ancient village of the peninsula originally fishing village, today pretty seaside resort holiday.
Apartment San Giovanni di Sinis
San Giovanni di Sinis is located in Sardinia and is a fraction of Cabras located in the southern part of the Sinai Peninsula. The road through the village leads first to Tharros, a town of ancient origin, and continuing south to Cape San Marco. Originally quiet fishing village, now a picturesque tourist resort also.
What to see in San Giovanni di Sinis and surroundings
The main tourist attractions are the long sandy beach, stretching for more than 2 km from the town of Funtana Meiga and Tharros, and the church of San Giovanni di Sinis of 300, one of the oldest of Sardinia. This religious building, originally a domed central plant was enlarged around 1000 with the addition of two aisles characterized by barrel vaults.
Cabras is a town belonging to the province of Oristano that bordered on the west by the Sea of Sardinia, on the north by the Province of Sassari, on the east by the Province of Nuoro, on the south by the provinces of the Middle Campidano and Cagliari.
The Sinai Peninsula is located about halfway down the west coast of Sardinia and precisely between the Bay of Arenas north and the Gulf of Oristano in the south. To the west is the peninsula lies the island of Mal di Ventre, which falls in the archipelago of Sardinia in the Mediterranean Sea and is about 7 kilometers from Sinis.
Although uninhabited during the summer is popular with tourists that reached by small private boats or rental. For fans of archeology should visit the town of Tharros, founded by the Phoenicians, located in the lower end of the Sinai Peninsula and ending with the promontory of Capo San Marco.