Spiaggia di Su Barone
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Bellissima spiaggia con pineta. Beautiful beach surrounded by a thick pine forest.
Paghi 4€ per tutto il giorno e ti porti l'auto fin dentro l'oasi, sotto gli alberi all'ombra, davanti al mare. Se hai un amaca, scegli due pini, e ti sembrerà di non essere in Europa...
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“The boat tour in the Gulf of Orosei is one of the main experiences you should absolutely do. Look up on the Internet Cala Mariolu beach, Cala Luna, Cala Sisine, Cala Goloritzè... you'll understand why I am suggesting you to dedicate one day of your holiday to this journey... ”
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“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 shady, spacious natural caves that offer shelter from the sun in the hottest months. The golden beach in the centre of the cove is washed by theclear blue, sea. It is particularly popular with recreational underwater fishing enthusiasts or people who simply want to take a dip in its waters. It is equipped with a bar, a place for dining/refreshments and has shallow waters that makes it easy for children to play in the sea. The beach can be reached via sea, by boat, such as the boats departing from the nearest tourist ports (Cala Gonone, Santa Maria Navarrese and Arbatax). For trekking enthusiasts, the beach can be reached via a difficult trail (suitable for real experts), leaving from Cala Fiuli (Dorgali) or from Baunei. Because of its unusual beauty and wild charm, it was chosen as the setting for the film entitled 'Swept Away' by Lina Wertmuller, with Mariangela Melato and Giancarlo Giannini, an Italian cinema cult movie. It was also the setting for the remake of the film, starring the superstar, Madonna. All around the bay, are the mountains of the Gulf of Gennargentu NationalPark, with their inaccessible peaks, the land whitened by pure white stones scattered all over the territory and large green valleys offering picturesque trekking trails. Holm oak, strawberry tree and oak woods create a picture-postcard landscape throughout the year, especially when spring and autumn bring with them a kaleidoscope of colours. Further south, along the gulf, in the territory of Baunei, you will find other havens with their unspoilt nature and crystal clear waters: the coves of Biriola, Sisine, Mariolu and Goloritzè,other corners of paradise that will remain in your memory for a long time and all of which can be reached by boat or via exciting trekking trails.”
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“Absolutely stunning experience, you cannot say you've visited Sardinian East coast unless you hike to reach Goloritzé shores. If hiking is not really your thing, you can also sail (get by boat or raft) to reach other amazing places like Cala Mariolu, Cala Sisine or Cala Luna, to name a few. ”
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