The tourist port of Oristano Marina di Torregrande is one of the best equipped in Sardinia.
Located in the centre of the island’s west coast (near the Santa Giusta pond), it is well protected from extreme weather phenomena thanks to its position.
It is located within the Marina di Torregrande at Latitude Lat 39° 54′ 10” NORTH Longitude Long 8° 29′ 29” EAST.
The facility can accommodate up to 405 boats and provides assistance for mooring and unmooring operations from land and sea.
It is an excellent starting point for discovering the natural and artistic beauties of the province of Oristano, an ideal destination for visiting the western part of the island with its unspoilt beaches and seabed.
To the west is the Capo San Marco peninsula, where the Sinis-Maldiventre Marine Protected Area begins, with its unique beaches that range from soft, pale sand like talc to grains of quartz in shades of green, pink and white.
A few miles away are the archaeological remains of the Phoenician-Punic city of Tharros, one of Sardinia’s most interesting tourist destinations.
To the south-east lies the long, sandy beach of Torregrande, which has been awarded the Blue Flag, an important FEE prize for the best locations in Sardinia.