Sant’Isidoro is a seaside village that is located behind a sandy beach, just south of Porto Cesareo. The small town, developed in recent years, named after the ancient coastal tower, which overlooks a long sandy beach, divided into two small islands called ‘Lido dell’Ancora’ and ‘Frascone’. The water height remains low for several meters from the coast (therefore ideal for families with children).
Characteristic for the area is the tasting of seafood (and urchins) in fish shops and restaurants on the coast. At about 2 km from Sant ‘Isidoro, we find a large underground cavity, called ‘Palude del Capitano’, has arisen due to the erosion of the weather, a body of water, which communicates with the sea through a network of underground channels.
The coves of Sant’Isodoro, the islets and the coastal towers, have represented and still represent a unique and enchanting natural landscape and seascape protected since 1997. The water clarity is guaranteed by a continuous flow of sweet water currents, which help to maintain a rich habitat for different creatures of the Mediterranean.