Cala Osalla di Dorgali

cala osalla di dorgali
The beach of Cala Osalla di Dorgali

About Cala Osalla di Dorgali

Cala Osalla di Dorgali, located between Cala di Cartoe and Marina di Orosei in the municipal area of Dorgali, offers a beach with fine golden sands and is surrounded by lush vegetation. Cala Osalla di Dorgali’s waters are coloured in ever changing shades of light blue. Hugged by stunning rocky ridges that offer some shelter, this beach is suitable for children.

Directions to Cala Osalla di Dorgali

By taking the SS 125 in the direction of Dorgali, Cala Osalla can be easily reached. Before getting into the town of Dorgali, turn towards the cave of Ispinigoli, then turn again towards Tinnipereddu. You will find Cala Osalla after approximately 4 kilometers.

Sardinian Beaches Near Cala Osalla di Dorgali

Cala Ziu Martine

  • Length: 250 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling, scuba diving.
  • ✓ This beach is suitable for families with children.

Cala Ziu Martine is surrounded by a ridge of jagged rock, and has remained completely untouched. Its sands are pure white and pebbly.

Cala Luna

  • Length: 500 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling, scuba diving, hiking.
a picture of cala luna beach in east sardinia

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 Fuili

  • Length: 100 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, hiking, climbing.
  • ✓ This beach is suitable for families with children.
a picture of the beach at Cala Fuili in the province of Nuoro East Sardinia

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.

Sos Dorroles

  • Length: 100 meters.
  • Things to do: snorkelling, scuba diving.

Sos Dorroles beach offers a different color palette than most beaches of Sardinia. It is located approximately 300 meters away from Palmasera beach.