Holidays to Sardinia

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  • Alghero
  • Alghero - what to do in Alghero
  • Alghero beaches
  • Alghero - Porticciolo camp
  • Mugoni beach and Porto Conte bay
  • Porto Ferro beach
  • Cape Caccia lighthouse
  • Castelsardo
  • Castelsardo pictures
  • Stintino La Pelosa beach
  • Stintino Le Saline beach
  • Costa Paradiso village
  • Oristano
  • Sinis peninsula
  • Costa Verde beach
  • Costa Verde and surrounding
  • Pan Di Zucchero islet
  • Bosa - charming town on west coast
  • Costa del Sud
  • Cagliari old town
  • Cagliari - Poetto beach
  • Villasimius and Capo Carbonara
  • Solanas beach near Villasimius
  • Costa Rei 8 km long beach
  • Cala Gonone hotels
  • Golfo di Orosei - Orosei Gulf
  • Orgosolo Murales
  • Laconi - castle and park of Aymerich
  • Marina di Gairo - colored beaches
  • San Teodoro Costa Smeralda
  • Capo d' Orso Rock of Bear
  • Capo Testa
  • Porto Cervo - Luxury
  • Losa Nuraghe Abbasanta
  • Fordongianus - spa therme
  • Barumini Su Nuraxi
  • Travel to Italy
  • Sicily
  • Pompeii
  • Amalfi Coast
  • Venice

    Sardinia is a small but very varied Island; the scenery of its beaches is colorful almost everywhere you go. One of choises to enjoy on beaches and inland places is to create an itinerary for 7 to 14 days staying for 3 or 4 days at a time in Sardinia hotels Spend some time on the Costa Smeralda, move to Alghero, famous Stintino or explore nuraghe arround Sassari. If you have enough of time then enjoy a visit in the bustling centre of Cagliari.

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    Wild beaches of Orosei Gulf  

    The town of Dorgali is situated on the north eastern coasts of Sardinia between the sea and slopes of Monte Bardia. The area around the town is the ideal place to enjoy a mixture of rambling, sunbathing and swimming

    Cala Mariolu - Orosei Gulf


    Dorgali - town above the Orosei Gulf

    Dorgali is one of the best places to see (and buy if you wish) some of Sardinia's   traditional crafts. It is a little town situated on the slopes of Monte Bardia with an excellent archaeological museum. Surrounding of Dorgali and Orosei Gulf is stunningly beautiful and unspoilt, the ideal place to enjoy a mixture of rambling, sunbathing and swimming. The natives of Dorgali relies on the wine production and tourism.


    Cala Goloritze - Orosei GulfFrom Dorgali to Cala Gonone resort

    The area around Dorgali has a large number of attractions. In the surroundings of Cala Gonone there are numerous long and short walks to choose from, as well as boat trips.
    It is recommend an excursion by boat to the double sea cave Bue Marino - Grotto of the Monk Seal and Cala Luna beach. The small town Cala Gonone is a main tourist resort of Barbagia; it can be reached from Dorgali through a tunnel and steep winding but scenic road to the sea. The town extends along extinct volcano Monte Codula Manna and you can find black volcanic stones nearby the beaches.

    Cala Mariolu - Orosei Gulf

    Beaches of Orosei Gulf

    Gulf of Orosei has beautiful beaches, not only in the sense of the worldliness, but also from a naturalistic aspect, for the waters, for the colors, for the type of sand, and for the morphology of the territoryCala Gonone resort - Sardinia.Cala Gonone - Orosei Gulf Map of Orosei GulfFrom Cala Gonone you can take a boat trip to famous beaches of Orosei Gulf like Cala Luna, Cala Sisine, Cala Biriola, Cala Mariolu and Cala Goloritze. A group of boat owners offers transport of visitors along entire coast. You can also stay in one of the hotels of Cala Gonone. The most of hotels are situated just a step away from the beach and at it is ideally for the traveller and tourists who just wants to bask and indulge. Parking is mostly on the street or in the car park. Of course it is recommend to book room with balcony and sea view room to enjoy view and air of the nature.

    Cala Luna - Orosei Gulf


    Cala Luna beach

    Cala Luna is one of the most famous beaches in Sardinia. Hikers can also get there on foot. The path winds between the two seas through a lush maquis. When the hill slopes downto the sea the beach appears like a crescent moon; snow white in contrast with blue of the sea.
    Another way to reach the beach (and pretty easier) is a one day trip by boat from Cala Gonone or from Arbatax. Cala Luna has a pignant beauty with its dazzlig light and its treasured sandy shore between the rock and cliffs. Behind the beach there is a natural freshwater pool and exotic copse of blooming oleandres in white and purple colors