A paradise of natural and gastronomic wonders

The history of Giba is fascinating and dates back to ancient times, reaching as far back as the Neolithic period. This community has a rich cultural and culinary tradition, with typical products such as artichokes, Carignano wine, and olive oil. There are several nuraghe structures, such as Villarios and Meurra, and archaeological findings from the Phoenician-Punic and Roman eras.

One of the most significant historical landmarks in the religious context is the
Church of Santa Marta. This church is an example of early Romanesque
architecture in Sardinia, built by Benedictine monks.

Grapes of Carignano wine Giba Southwest Sardinia
Porto Botte Giba Southwest Sardinia

Giba on the Gulf of Palmas is surrounded by extraordinary nature that captures the heart of anyone who visits. Coastal beaches, like Porto Botte, are renowned for their crystal-clear waters and white sand dunes. This beach is the perfect place to relax in the sun or take long walks on the sand.
If you are a nature enthusiast, Giba also offers the opportunity to explore a wide variety of flora and fauna within the Mediterranean scrub. It’s a paradise for hiking and nature observation, such as birdwatching.