One of the wonders of the Gulf of Orosei, as well as the symbol of the eastern coast of Sardinia. Cala Luna is located half way between the territories of Baunei and Dorgali and is characterized by the mouth of the Codula di Luna torrent. Sheer rock faces protect and frame the cove, dotted with…
Beautiful beach with caves, can be reached only by boat from Cala Gonone or through a long hike (5 hours).
The beach can be reached by sea with private boats or with boats departing from the port, or through the mountain path which leads from Cala Fuili (medium/high difficulty, 1 hour and 30 min walk). It is possible to climb.
you can be there with excursion, starting from here by boat..very cheap to arrive there and is like a paradise, believe me !!!
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“Cala Goloritzè it is a hidden pearl in the coast of the gulf of orosei. One of the most fascinating beaches in the whole Mediterranean. A limestone arch that plunges into the turquoise sea are experiences that only a holiday in Sardinia can offer. the cove can only be reached on foot after a walk of about 1 hour. We start by car from the town of Baunei, go up to the Golgo plateau and reach the guarded parking area of "Su Porteddu". A quick coffee at the refreshment point immersed in a unique nature and off we go for a walk. There will be a 6 euro ticket to be paid in order to enjoy one of the most exclusive trekking in all of Sardinia. Bring at least two liters of water each with you because on the beach you will find nothing but turquoise sea rocks and a small beach of small white pebbles. The path that leads you to the cove is a succession of emotions: centuries-old holm oaks, very high limestone walls, ancient sheepfolds and then finally the wonder: the sea. The sea of a color that you will never have seen! The walk has a vertical drop of about 400 meters, so the beautiful descent you have found to arrive will be your ascent to return to the car park. But you will have the emotions of a beautiful day that will give you the strength to face the climb and then a good iced Ichnusa beer will be waiting for you: you deserved it!”
“One of the most beautiful coves in the whole Mediterranean, gem of Ogliastra - Cala Goloritzè. Cala Goloritzè was declared a "natural monument" by the Sardinia Region in 1993, and then named "Italian National Monument" in 1995. Hiking route to be booked in advance. Distance 3,6 km. Ascent 513m. 1,5 hour to go and 2 to come back. My personal advice: start hiking early morning, take good trekking shoes, water (2L per person), snacks and don't forget your sunblock ;). ”
“Bellissima spiaggia con pineta. Beautiful beach surrounded by a thick pine forest.”