Welcome to Dorgali and Cala Gonone

A beautiful and rich land filled with opportunities. From the beautiful sea, to the ancient archeological sites, to the fabulous caves, without forgetting the traditions and wine. Here visitors will find the finest things of Sardinia. This is why we like to say that "Sardinia is here." Join us in Dorgali and Cala Gonone.


The underground caves at the bottom of the sea of Orosei

The Gulf of Orosei, with its impressive cliffs and extraordinary climbing opportunities, is also a diver’s paradise.  The underwater world is an explosion of color, with lobsters and cicadas, sea daisies and colorful sponges that characterize The Gallery, an underwater cave suitable only for expert scuba divers.

Arc Lupiru: breathtaking landscapes

A beautiful natural monument which can be reached by a path that starts from Cala Luna within the territory of Dorgali. It is a spectacular arch of limestone with a central opening of about thirteen meters, from which you can admire a breathtaking panorama of the coast up to Cala Gonone.

The famous Wild Blue

The Wild Blue is a very challenging trekking route that touches the crags on the coast of the town of Baunei. Fascinated by this fabulous coastline, in 1987 mountaineers Mario Verin and Peppino Cicalò followed the paths of the shepherds and their flocks, passing along the old mule trails of nineteenth century coal miners, and blazed a difficult-to-find track through the limestone rocks and vegetation of the Supramonte.

Kayaking on the Cedrino

The Cedrino is a river of Nuoro mentioned by Grazia Deledda in her Nobel Prize winning book Reeds in the Wind, where the night passes by with the "sighing of the reeds" on this river. The Cedrino originates in the Gennargentu, near the Supramonte of Orgosolo where it is known as Rio Boloriga. After a tortuous 80 km it flows into the sea at Orosei.

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