Arbus Territory

Arbus Territory
The extraordinary territory of Arbus stretches 26,716 hectares along the south-western coast of Sardinia, coming down from Capo Frasca to Capo Pecora for a total of 47 km of coastline.
It also includes the mountain range of Mount Arcuentu to the east and a part of the internal hilly area where one can find the charming mineral areas of Montevecchio, Ingurtosu and Gennamari which slope smoothly towards the sea. The territory of Arbus is characterised by the presence of hills and mountains that faces beautiful beaches. Arbus is situted at the bottom of these mountains and it overlooks all over its territory. It is an old village with several granite houses. An extraordinary example of Byzantine art is the local church. Furthermore Montegranatico, the old town hall, the knife workshop and museum are worth a visit. From Arbus you can reach the seaside, which extstends for 47 km of beaches and uncontaminated cliffs. In addition to the seaside resorts, Arbus offers the possibility to follow archaeological, natural and mining itineraries, without forgetting the gastronomy of agriturismo. In Arbus village you will find the Hotel Meridiana and a selection of B&B,rooms to stay overnight and courtesy are always available, La Piazzetta and Profumo di Mirto will be more than happy to welcome you. Right at the centre of the town you will have an information centre and booking desk office called Arbus Vacanza, were you can enquire about the Ciao Arbus Consortium turistc and hospitality business association for the region, and about their own organisation witch today looks after all natural excursions around Arbus area and provide support with; territory knowledge, maps and itineraries for trekking, walking and mountain bikers riders, Finally the mayor influence of interest is: the Arbus Art craft Geo Ceramic Artist company, were the traditions and pure Art melts in beautiful ceramic objects of art.
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