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Gulf of Orosei

Gulf of Orosei - stunning rocky coves and a hikers’ paradise

With idyllic bays such as Cala Goloritzè, Cala Luna and Cala Mariolu, the Gulf of Orosei is a treasure trove for nature lovers: wild, romantic rocky beaches, some of which can only be accessed via idyllic footpaths – perfect for snorkelling, climbing, bathing and admiring. The Gulf of Orosei stretches 30 kilometres along the eastern coast of Sardinia, marked by the foothills of the Supramonte massif. Rivers flow along the imposing rock formations into the sea, like at the iconic Cala Luna. Nearly all of the beaches are only accessible by walking or climbing – and this is why the bay of Orosei is particularly popular with outdoor lovers and hikers. 

The dream beaches of the Gulf of Orosei in detail:

Cala Goloritzè

Probably one of the most beautiful bays in Europe, Cala Goloritzè is a wild, idyllic bay with bright white sand and crystal-clear water, framed by mighty rock formations. The landmark of the bay is the 100 metre-high Punta Caroddi, a ‘rock needle’ that towers over the beach into the blue sky. A beautiful gate-shaped rock lies at the end of the beach, which can be walked to following the well-signposted trails from the Su Golgo plateau.
Good to know:
A sea protection zone prevents Cala Goloritzè from being stormed boats full of tourists.

Cala Luna

The ‘moon bay’ is a true gem: a gently sloping beach with powdery sand, amazing grottos for diving and snorkelling and fragrant oleander make Cala Luna so beautiful you’ll hardly believe it's real. A small restaurant and a bar in the hinterland make sure guests are refreshed and replenished. This beach is also only accessible via a hiking trail or excursion boat, for example from Arbatax. The hiking train follows an idyllic route alongside the Codula di Lina river, which flows into the sea at Cala Luna. 

Cala Mariolu

This dream beach is another that requires a little hike first, but through the most breathtaking scenery. From Cala Gonone, the trail leads through old, gnarled cork and holly oak forests, along the side of the picturesque Codula di Sisine river. Once at the bay, you’ll be blown away by the fusion of bright, fine sand and turquoise water.

Su Barone

A dream, and not just for families: Stretching 7 kilometres, the sandy beach Su Barone seems endless – gently sloping into the azure water, with the mighty mountains of Gennargentu standing behind it.  

Cala Osalla

A little insider tip south of Marina di Orosei is Cala Osalla. The family-friendly, secluded beach is paradise for divers and snorkellers. It can be reached by car, and a little bar around 100 metres into the hinterland offers refreshments. Alternatively, Cala Osalla can also be reached on foot from Su Petrosu beach.




A selection of the unique Sardinia stands we have put together for you:

Algheros dream beaches

Alghero and its beaches lie amidst the enchanting, powerful nature of Sardinia’s north-west coast. Crystal-clear water, fine sand and lush green vegetation make beaches like Spiaggia Maria Pia and Spiaggia Le Bombarde truly paradisical.


Cagliari Poetto

Cagliari - city beach

Poetta is Sardinia's answer to Copacabana: the idyllic beach stretches ten kilometres and is located just five kilometres from the vibrant centre of Cagliari. Here, Mediterranean and urban flair merge amidst turquoise water, sports, staffed beach resorts and quiet corners like Quartu Sant’Elena.


Cala La Pelosa

Cala La Pelosa is a breath-taking beach on the north-west tip of Sardinia. It is located on the peninsula of Stintino and never fails to impress tourists and locals alike with its beautifully crystal-clear water. The beach is framed by rocky cliffs, rich maquis and the Torre della Pelosa.


Cala Liberotto

Cala Liberotto is a paradisical bay not far from Orosei. The fine light grey sand unites with the turquoise water to create a fascinating interplay of colours. Stunning rocky reefs punctuate the beach and offer lots of underwater for snorkelling fans. Rich green Sardinian flora provides a beautiful background.


Cala Sinzias

Cala Sinzias is a family-friendly, idyllic beach that stretches 3 kilometres along the south-east coast of Sardinia. Its light, fine sand meets the sea on a beautifully flat plain, making it ideal for small children. From areas with lounger hire to quieter corners, everyone will find their perfect spot here.


Capo Ferrato

At Capo Ferrato, the entire power of Sardinia is palpable: the wild rocky cape is a great place for hiking and calming the soul – and afterwards, its southern side awaits with Spiaggia di Portu Pirastu, an irresistibly tranquil beach perfect for relaxing and snorkelling.


Panorama, Strand von Chia

Chia - beaches

Dream beaches in Sardinia? The Bay of Chia is home to several of them - with turquoise water, fine sand and child-friendly water.Ideal wind conditions make this part of Sardinia a hotspot for surfers, kitesurfers and sailors.


Costa Rei, Sa Perda Niedda

Costa Rei

Costa Rei is the king's coast of Sardinia - here, 8 kilometres of long, bright white sandy beach enchants sun worshippers, families and water sports enthusiasts. The beach is flat and child friendly; crystal-clear water glitters all along this unique gem of a beach.


Strand Romazzino

Costa Smeralda

Dream beaches in Sardinia? The Bay of Chia is home to several of them - with turquoise water, fine sand and child-friendly water.Ideal wind conditions make this part of Sardinia a hotspot for surfers, kitesurfers and sailors.



Spiaggia di Feraxi is a beach with light-coloured, fine sand on the east coast of Sardinia. Nestled between an idyllic lagoon and the turquoise sea, its location makes it something very special. Spanning three kilometres, its calm water delights both families with children and those looking for some peace and quiet.



Golfo Aranci

Golfo Aranci and its beaches are located on the picturesque Capo Figari in the north-east of Sardinia near Olbia. Snow-white sandy beaches alternate with small, romantic bays, providing the perfect mix for families with children, surfing fans and those seeking peace and quiet.


Gulf of Orosei

With idyllic bays such as Cala Goloritzè, Cala Luna and Cala Mariolu, the Gulf of Orosei is a treasure trove for nature lovers: wild, romantic rocky beaches, some of which can only be accessed via idyllic footpaths - perfect for snorkelling, climbing, bathing and admiring.


Is Arutas

Is Arutas is a truly unique beach on the wild west coast of Sardinia: tiny, polished quartz stones shimmer in white, pink, grey and amber. This beach, also adorned with picturesque granite rocks, drops suddenly into the turquoise water and is perfect for snorkelling.



On the east coast of Sardinia, Muravera enchants with its extensive beaches: the fine grey sand on Spiaggia di Colostrai, the thin yet endless Spiaggia di San Giovanni and the peace of Spiaggia di Cristolaxedu are guaranteed to get the hearts of all beach fans racing.



Olbia is the lively metropolis in the north-east of Sardinia with idyllic beaches. Just like the main beach Pittulongu, countless idyllic beaches in the Gulf of Olbia await to stun visitors with white sand and crystal-clear water. Relaxation and unspoiled nature - just 5 km from the centre of Olbia.


Porto Rotondo

Porto Rotondo is a sophisticated spot in the north-east of Sardinia with spectacular beaches: small and idyllic or expansive and golden yellow - bays like Spiaggia Ira and Cala Sabina offer something for everyone, whether high society, families or those in search of true relaxation.


Beach of Tinnari


Portobello’s beach on the north-west coast of Sardinia is something truly special: red, grainy sand is framed by rugged, rocky reefs and crystal-clear water. Not far from here, the endless dream beaches of Cala Vignola stretch 25 kilometres all the way to Capo Testa.



Pulas beaches

Pula and its beaches are some of the most popular in southern Sardinia: the scarcely populated coastal region between Capo Teulada and the popular bathing area of Santa Margherita di Pula captivate visitors with a range of bays. In the bay of Nora, you can even dive to Roman ruins.



Sant Elmo - Cala Sinzias

Sant’Elmo lies at the northern end of Cala Sinzias, nestled between broom and juniper. This quieter, beautiful section of the coast features impressive granite and lava rocks, which offer a great alternative to lounging on the beach.



Sant’Antioco is an island off the south-western tip of Sardinia. With extraordinarily beautiful beaches and a very special highlight: the L’Arco dei Baci natural pool. Pure nature and stunning beach relaxation in a fascinating area for divers and snorkellers.


Torre delle Stelle

The relaxed residential area of Torre delle Stelle is surrounded by several fine sandy beaches. Genn’e Mari, Cann’e Sisa and Spiaggia di Solanas leave nothing to be desired for sun worshippers and families. All beaches offer a good infrastructure.


Beach of Torresalinas

Torre Salinas

Torre Salinas is a beach on the south-east coast of Sardinia - perfect for everyone who wants to enjoy a slower pace of life. The long, fine sandy beach stretches for kilometres; birds breed in the former salt pans behind. The perfect beach for families and those in search of peace and quiet.



With a row of idyllic beaches, Tortoli is guaranteed to impress. Fine white sand, Caribbean-like water and extensive bays make the heart of the east coast one of the most beautiful coastal areas in Sardinia. Perfect for families, peace seekers and sport lovers.


Porto Giunco, Villasimius


On the south-east tip of Sardinia, Villasimius and its beaches sparkle with Caribbean flair: to the left and right of the sun-drenched protected area of Capo Carbonara, turquoise bays like Cala Giunco, Spiaggia Campulongu and Punta Molentis beach mean visitors are spoilt for choice.


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