Resembling a huge plate sugary suspended in the middle of the sea, the island Pan Di zucchero creates the striking scenic admirable from the beach in the bay of the same name Masua, located along the coast Iglesias. A limestone cliff, 133 m tall, characterized by a light-colored dishes and the stepped surface which extends to 3.72 hectares in the south and north walls pierced by two large arches that create within karstic galleries feasible even in boat. The island was formed by the erosion and removal of the mainland of Punta Is Cicalas. Nearby, observing the monument from the coast of the main island, you can see the cliffs of Porto Flavia, where he opened a gallery of the mine of the same name, from which the ore was shipped directly. All around the cliffs rise up to 100-160 m.