Boat holidays between Chia and Teulada in the beautiful southern coast of Sardinia
Our drivers will guide you on a journey to discover the beaches Chia, Su…
Our drivers will guide you on a journey to discover the beaches Chia, Su…Read More
If you wish to include Cala Goloritzè during a charter in Sardinia, then rely on our yacht charter brokers. Sardinia Boat Rental is at your side to plan an exclusive holiday on the Sardinian island.
Cala Goloritzè was hitby a landslide in 1962in the Baunei region and is now renowned for its unique beauty and fascinating rock formations. Declared a Natural Monument in 1993 for its uniqueness and its unspoiled beauty. In 1995 it was elected Italian National Monument.
The beach is immersed in a picturesque ravine, in the beautiful area of Ogliastra,on the Gulf of Orosei. We are on the east coast of Sardinia. The contrast between the limestone rocks and the crystal clear sea is breathtaking. Priceless the view if you come from the sea. Reaching it by land is a real challenge, which is why it is dotted with yachts and superyachts that enjoy the view for entire days.
In fact, yacht charters with crew, or with in-depth knowledge, spend here a large part of the holiday both for the priceless opportunities of snorkeling and for the exclusive environment.
Cala Goloritzé, testimonial of Baunei, is one of the coastal stretches of the Gulf of Orosei where sea and mountains meet in perfect harmony. For trekking lovers we recommend going ashore and admiring the surrounding nature in all its majesty. Your yacht will be waiting for you at sunset for a gourmet dinner.
Vacation days permitting, we advise you to rely on the advice of the captain, who will surely take you to discover the most fascinating places on the east coast of Sardinia. In fact, halfway between the territories of Baunei and Dorgali you can reach the wonder of wonders: Cala Luna. A true terrestrial Eden, the setting for the film ‘Overwhelmed by an unusual destiny‘. Its beach, with its wild and unspoiled beauty on the border between Barbagia and Ogliastra, is considered a natural monument, symbol of the east coast of Sardinia. Impossible not to take a bath and spend pleasant hours in its waters.
Not far from the
caves of the Bue marino
. Its name comes from the name with which the shepherds called the monk seal “Su Oe ‘e Mare”. These mammals used the most sheltered corners of the cave for weaning their cubs. Until the 80s the Gulf was populated by the largest seal colony in Italy.
The presence of fresh water and the meeting point with the salt water of the sea is clearly visible inside the cave creating spectacular reflections near the entrance mouths of the Bue Marino.
Now you just have to plan your next luxury holiday by viewing the entire fleet of superyachts available for yacht charter in Sardinia made available by Sardinia Boat Rentals.
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