The Piscinas dunes are accessible by path that passes by the ruins of the mines. It’s like a small Sardinian Sahara where the dunes can reach up to 60 meters high. There are juniper bushes bordering the wind-shaped dunes and a huge white-sand beach at the end. It’s a completely “wild” area save for the old mining building which is now a hotel. Piscinas is a pleasant place to enjoy the beach in its natural state, especially during the low season when parking is free.