The pine grove on one side and the pond on the other embrace the vast beach where the low dunes and sea lilies give way to an expanse of fine white sand, washed by the water that weaves its colors between cobalt blue and emerald green, giving life to a unique landscape.
The first documents that attest to the occupation of the territory of Siniscola date back to the Mesolithic and Neolithic times. In fact, the Domus de 'Janas of Cuccuru' and Janas, in the provincial road between Siniscola and La Caletta, can be visited about three kilometers from the town. These are prenuragic tombs carved into the rock on a schist hill. Popular imagination, as in much of Sardinia, had attributed an imaginary origin to the domus, as unreal places populated by fairies.