In a secluded spot in the south of Sardinia, rich in Phoenician and Carthaginian traces, an old mariner's house acts as home to this charming restaurant overlooking crystal clear waters. Stunningly flavoured fish and meat based combinations are born out of the fertile union of island and Tabarkine cuisine, with freshly caught fish and strong aromas. between the mighty tower and the ancient Spanish tunny net, haute cuisine is as satisfying a pleasure for the eyes as the palate. It is ideal setting from which to make boat trips to the island's wonderful beaches and cliffs. In May and June one can watch the tuna fishing and throughout the year there are interesting Punic-Roman remains to be visited in Sant'Antioco and Monte Sirai in Carbonia.