On this page you can easily browse through all the beautiful beaches of east Sardinia. The beaches are located in the following areas, from north to south: Gulf of Orosei, the Dorgali area, the Baunei area, and around the Gulf of Tortoli.
Beaches of East Sardinia - Orosei
About Orosei A beautiful city in the Province of Nuoro in the Italan region of Sardinia on the downstream of the Cedrino River giving the name to the Golfo di Orosei. Orosei is one of the most fascinating spots to visit over your holidays in east Sardinia. It’s located about 140 kilometers North East of … Continue reading "Orosei"
Beaches Near Orosei
There are 11 beaches to choose from near Orosei. To learn more about each beach and how to get there, click on its name.
Marina di Orosei with its beach of golden sand and seashells of all sizes, is nearly 3 kilometers long. Its sea is deep has a steep slope.
Nearly 7 kilometers long, Su Barone , in the Gulf of Orosei, is a delightful and unspoilt beach, with tempting white sands and waters of rich blue colors.
Osalla di Orosei, located next to Cala Osalle di Dorgali, has light blue water and fine white sand. A good spot for scuba diving and snorkeling.
The Sardinian beach of Cala di Cartoe, with its white sands and clear waters, certainly deserves a spot in the list of most beautiful spots on Sardinia.
Located roughly 6 kilometers east of Siniscola, La Caletta beach is one of the longest beaches of the Gulf of Orosei with a length of nearly 4 kilometers.
Cala Liberotto beach lies just 1.6 kilometers north-east of Cala Fuili, and belongs to the group of smaller beaches of the Gulf of Orosei.
Cala Ginepro beach is characterized by fine sand, shallow and crystal clear water with pink granite rocks that occasionally rise from the water.
Capo Comino beach, well known for its sand dunes, is one of the longest beaches in the Gulf of Orosei, with a length of 3 kilometers.
Berchida beach has been voted as being one of the best beaches of Italy several times. A must see beach should you find yourself in the area of Siniscola!
Beaches of East Sardinia - Dorgali
Dorgali also has no shortage of natural beauty. Indulge your senses in the sights of the gorgeous willow trees, or the waves of the clear blue sea as they crash against the cliffs of the Orosei Gulf. You’ll feel a sense of wonder when you’re surrounded by rich, postcard-worthy scenery. This down-to-earth village is nestled between the mountains and the sea, allowing you to enjoy the best of both worlds. It’s part of the Nuoro province in east Sardinia, the heart of the Mediterranean Sea.
Beaches Near Dorgali
There are 6 beaches to choose from near Dorgali. To learn more about each beach and how to get there, click on its name.
Cala Osalla di Dorgali has a beach with fine, golden sands and is surrounded by lush greenery, with waters coloured in ever changing shades of light blue.
Sos Dorroles beach offers a different color palette than most beaches of Sardinia. It is located approximately 300 meters away from Palmasera beach.
You'll find the beautiful cove of Cala Fuili three kilometers south of the center of the seaside village named Cala Gonone, in the province of Nuoro, the provincial capital of the central area of East Sardinia. It offers extensive views over the Tyrrhenian Sea, the wooded hills and dramatic cliffs of Parco Nazionale del Golfo di Orosei e del Gennargentu. The beach is sandy with small white pebbles around the water edge. Cala Fuili is one of the best beaches of East Sardinia, therefore it can get rather busy during high season, so it's best to go there early if you can, preferably before 9 AM. Beach activities include snorkeling around the rocks, swimming in the crystal-clear warm water, and climbing. If you'd like to take the 3.5-kilometer walk from Cala Fuili to Cala Luna, the hiking route is well signposted. You can reach Cala Fuili Beach from Cala Gonone by heading south on Viale Bue Marino. There's a parking space for about fifty cars.
Situated beautifully in the Sardinian gulf of Orosei near Cala Gonone, lies Cala Luna beach, with its white sands, clear waters and steep limestone cliffs.
Cala Ziu Martine is surrounded by a ridge of jagged rock, and has remained completely untouched. Its sands are pure white and pebbly.
Beaches of East Sardinia - Baunei
About Baunei Baunei is a small mountain village in the Province of Ogliastra on the Italian island Sardinia, Italy. The village finds itself high in the mountains at 480 meters above sea level and faces Southwest with a location approximately just north of Cagliari and about 11 kilometers North of Tortoli. Home to the Santa … Continue reading "Baunei"
Beaches Near Baunei
There are 7 beaches to choose from near Baunei. To learn more about each beach and how to get there, click on its name.
Cala Sisine beach, north of Arbatax, Sardinia, features fine white sand, and water with colours ranging from the lightest blue to turquoise.
This Sardinian beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the East Coast. Cala Biriola Beach is a good place for scuba diving, snorkelling, and climbing.
Cala Mariolu is another top contender on our list of Best Beaches of East Sardinia. The cove is located just north of the famous Cala Goloritze, and is decorated with little pebbles made round and smooth by the eternal movement of the waters. This spot is very suitable for scuba diving, and is one of the best snorkeling beaches of Sardinia. Due to its location, the beach of Cala Mariolu rests in the shade of the limestone rocks at the end of the afternoon. There are no hotels in the direct vicinity of Cala Mariolu, but there are plenty of accommodations to be found up north in Cala Gonone and down south in Santa Maria Navarrese. The cove can be accessed on foot from Piredda in the Plateau of Golgo (Altopiano del Golgo), but the trek to the beach is not easy and should be done well prepared. Boat trips are available from the villages of Cala Gonone and Santa Maria Navarrese.
Cala Goloritze is one of the most photogenic Sardinian beaches of its kind. Elected a UNESCO site in 1995, this is what paradise looks like.
Cala Gabbiani is a quiet and secluded beach in Dorgali, Nuoro, Sardinia with white sands, and opaque, greenish-blue cool water.
Pedra Longa beach has a rocky seashore, making it unsuitable for a relaxing day at the beach, but perfectly fine for hiking, scuba fishing, or scuba diving.
Beaches of East Sardinia - Tortoli
Beaches Near Tortoli
There are 2 beaches to choose from near Tortoli. To learn more about each beach and how to get there, click on its name.
Cea beach is located on the south of Capo Bellavista near Tortoli. It 's known for its characteristic red rocks. A good snorkelling and diving spot.
Bari Sardo beach lies 3 kilometers south of Cea beach. Its main attraction is its beautiful coastline that continuously stretches on for 10 kilometers.
Beaches of East Sardinia - Santa Maria Navarrese
You will feel rejuvenated after visiting this charming village along the east coast of Sardinia. Whether you take a boat tour along its crystal clear blue waters, hike the Supramonte, or enjoy a walk along the many nearby beaches, you’re sure to feel refreshed. Immerse yourself in the area’s bounty of rich cultural and natural wonders.
Beaches Near Santa Maria Navarrese
There are 4 beaches to choose from near Santa Maria Navarrese. To learn more about each beach and how to get there, click on its name.
Santa Maria Navarrese beach is located 5 kilometers south of Pedra Longa. It has a beautiful bay that's being sheltered from mistral winds from the north.
Iscrixedda beach, backed by cooling pine forests, is located in the popular area of Lotzorai, and is located 2 kilometers south of Santa Maria Navarrese.
Isula Manna Beach (Spiaggia Isula Manna) is located just a few kilometers south of Iscrixedda Beach, and is approximately 1200 meters long.