One of the most evocative beaches in Sardinia, born from a landslide in 1962, it is famous for the 143 meters high pinnacle that overlooks the cove, also known to climbers for its sport climbing routes; the most famous is the Symphony of the Windmills, opened by Manolo and Alessandro Gogna at the end of the seventies. Another characteristic feature of the beach is the natural arch that opens on the right side of the bay. In a ravine between the rocks inside the beach there is also a source of fresh water that flows from the subsoil into the sea. The beach is made up of small white pebbles and sand. Goloritzé can be reached by sea, or by a path that from the Golgo plateau reaches the cove, with a vertical drop of 470 meters and about an hour and a half walk. Currently (since summer 2007) the coast near the beach (200 m from the shore) is completely closed to the traffic of motor boats to protect the beach from pollution and from the onslaught of tourists. Cala Goloritzè was declared a "Natural Monument" of the Sardinia Region in 1993, and then named "Italian National Monument" in 1995.Request more information
Cala dei Gabbiani opens onto the Gulf of Orosei, in the locality of Punta Ispuligi. Its waters are of an iridescent blue due to the play of light created by the sun reflected on the pebble bottom. Candid white rocks emerge from the crystalline water creating a fascinating natural spectacle. La cala is a section of the wider beach of Cala Mariolu, characterized by a landscape of high scenographic impact made up of rocky walls dotted with greenery.Request more information
The Cala Mariolu beach opens into the Gulf of Orosei, in the locality of Punta Ispuligi. The name is linked to the monk seal, addressed by the fishermen "mariolu" (thief) as he took the catch from the nets. The waters are clear, the sand is mixed with round pink pebbles. The area is full of caves, one of which opens right onto the cove, while not far away is the Grotta del Fico, reachable thanks to the boats departing from the marinas of Arbatax, Cala Gonone and Santa Maria Navarrese. The beach is characterized by a shallow seabed which makes it safe for children to play. It is always very crowded due to the enchanting beauty of the naturalistic scenery and the seabed, which attract those who wish to immerse themselves in its waters.Request more information
A corner of paradise nestled between the green of the Mediterranean scrub in the cliffs between Cala Biriola and Cala Mariolu we meet the splendid Piscine di Venere with the characteristic intense turquoise color of the water, dominated by the limestone wall. The Piscine di Venere can not be reached either by car or on foot but only by rubber dinghy starting from Cala Gonone or Santa Maria Navarrese, depending on the currents, every year a small beach of white sand can form which makes this place one of the most fascinating of the east coast of Sardinia.Request more information
The beach of Cala Biriola opens into the Gulf of Orosei under the Biriola forest, rich in vegetation and in particular with junipers that grow on the rock. The original natural rock arch that embraces the small beach and the extremely clear water rich in fish fauna, make this location particularly suggestive, suitable for scuba diving or simple swims with a mask and snorkel.Request more information
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