Consider a paradise of mountain tops and seas, in the Ogliastra Coast to Punta Nera around the gulf of Orosei.

Here you’ll find all of the landscapes you usually imagined of: limestone coves plunging towards the Mediterranean and beyond, the ultimate extensions from the Supramonte and coves running across the coast with many different white-colored sandy beaches, mysterious caves and unpredicted wind-created rocks.

To possess a great holiday Sardinia, more precisely within the eastern coast, you are able to arrive in the ocean, using the wild birds as buddies, in the sky (landing in Olbia or perhaps in Cagliari) after which move as you would like to be able to achieve the greater hidden shores previously mentioned, by walking, in bike or on horseback.

All of the natural amazing landscapes you will notice leaves you awestruck.

Consider Cala Gonone, in which you will love small fjords, stalagmites created through the rain and delightful creeks and coves.

Pass the Cormorant Grotto after which just take a look or take the occasions in Cala Luna, most likely probably the most amazing beaches of Europe: six larges caves open right into a limestone high cliff are hiding a seaside, bordered by pink oleanders.

Just take a look around the spur of rock referred to as Su Masongiu, maybe will you will find the opportunity to see someone doing free climbing onto it! Just amazing!

Should you sleep inside a neighboring hotel Sardinia, you’ll enjoy your relaxing night to go to increasingly more the location.

Further Cala Sisine and it is 480 metre table-top mountain and white-colored sand, you’ll find Cala degli Innamorati after which Caletta del Pirata as well as their fast ocean, which completely is different from the turquoise waters of Piscina di Venere.

Finally, after Cala Biriola and Cala GoloritzĂ©, you’ll find tha Aguglia (a 143 meter high peak) and Capo Monte Sanu, which encloses the Gulf of Orosei, in which the falcons nest and break the nearby silence when hunting.

Beyond this zone, the supramonte of Baunei continues, always for the Mediterranean and beyond, after which comes the red rocks of Arbatax.