The beach of Cala Goloritzè is located along sardinian northeastern coast, in the north of Arbatax.
In 1995 it was elected "Italian National Monument" and it is the most photographed beach in the Ogliastra area. The bottom is clear and 30 m. high. The white pubbled beach is unique of its kind and its waters colder than normal.
- Hey, it's a paradise: you don't need anything
- Family with children
- Who loves diving
- Who loves snorkeling
- Who loves trekking
- Who loves climbing
- Who loves free climbing
- Who loves bird-watching
HOW TO GET THERE (CLICK HERE): The beach can be reached overland starting from Santa Maria Navarrese beach, from Baunei and following the same road that leads to the Altopiano del Golgo (Golgo Plateau), until you get to a car park with a bar. There you leave the car and continue on foot, along a path that in one and a half hours (at normal speed and with appropriate lace-up shoes) will take you directly to the bay. You can also go there by boat, bearing in mind that you cannot land directly on the beach, where as you can in the bays next to it. This is also the only one where shuttle-boats are not allowed to disembark tourists.
Accommodation (Eastern Sardinia): Hotel (click here) - Resort&Residence (click here) - B&B (click here)
What to do: Special Offers Excursions and Tours in Eastern Sardinia (click here)