Baia Chia with its silky sand, up to 30 meter-high white dunes and crystalline, turquoise-hued water is reminiscent of an idyllic Caribbean beach. The bay is bordered by majestic, age-old junipers and a few stone traces of the Phoenician city of Bithia whose site Baia Chia now occupies. And if it’s your lucky day, you might catch a glimpse of dolphins and, on the lake, flamingos. Chia is also a wonderful venue for windsurfers because the winds blow just the right way. On this lovely bay there is also a nice restaurant, Dune di Campana, where you can enjoy the aromatic Mediterranean maquis.
The beach is located about 1,5km from center of Setti Ballas. You can walk or go by car along road Viale Spartivento to reach the beach.