The Sette Fratelli Park is a mountainous region of 62 square kilometers, spanning through the Campidano region from the eastern edge of the Golfo degli Angeli (Angels' Gulf) in Cagliari, with peaks as high as 1000 meters.
The only inhabited center it the town of Burcei. All around, shrouded by the fragrance of mushrooms, lies a seemingly boundless forest: carpets of cyclamens in spring, thyme and lavender, leeks and oaks as far as the human eye can see. A multitude of creeks provide relief for the many species inhabiting the Park such as boars, moufflons, deers, hares and even eagles.
An intricate web of lanes leads adventure-lovers to trekking and mountain bike sites, as well as to cultural and archeological sites, such as the botanic garden, the 'Sa Fraigada' nuraghe and the tomb of giants. On the southern side of the park, its rocky formation dive into the crystalline sea of Golfo degli Angeli, in a sinuous sequence of wonderful bays spanning from Cagliari to Villasimius.
Among these, Mari Pintau is renowned its white cobblestone which become nothing more than sand as one approaches the shoreline whose immaculate water seems painted; Geremeas, for its eucalyptus forest which borders a white strip of sand extending from Kal'e Moru to Bacu Mandara; Solanas, with its flourishing vegetation and white-sand sea bottom; last but not least, Porto Sa Rux, surrounded by a forest of junipers which calmly degrades into a thin, candid sea shoreline sprouted with granite rocks.