About Spiaggia di Foghe Pizzinna
Drive northeast from Orosei for a short while, in the direction of Sas Linnas Siccas, and you’ll discover the beach of Foghe Pizzinna (Spiaggia di Foghe Pizzinna). It’s a quiet beach with a length of just about 300 meters. Foghe Pizzinna faces south-east and features vast vistas of the sun-streaked waters of the Gulf of Orosei and the mighty Tyrrhenian Sea. What makes this beach quite unique is that it’s tucked between a creek on the north side and a riverbed on the south side where the Fiume Cedrino river flows into the sea. The Fiume Cedrino, also known as the Rio Boloriga, is the fifth longest river in Sardinia. It’s nearly 80 kilometers long and has its origins in the Gennargentu mountains, near the Supramonte of Orgosolo. Given its sheer length and captivating points of interest, the Fiume Cedrino river is one of Sardinia’s most famous (and challenging!) rivers for kayaking. Most of Spiaggia di Foghe Pizzinna is backed by dense Mediterranean shrub. On the south side, there’s a small pine tree forest where you can find some shade during the hottest hours of the day. The car parking is located right behind the middle of the beach. Do note that there are no other facilities such as a restaurant or bar, so bring something to eat and drink. If you feel like getting a bit more adventurous, near the creek on the north side there’s a 700-meter long footpath that leads to a tiny isolated cove named Cala Su Zegu. You won’t find a sandy beach there to unroll your beach towel, but it might be worth exploring if you’re looking for a bit more solitude during your holiday in Orosei. The walk to the Cala Su Zegu will take you about 10 to 15 minutes.
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Beaches Near Spiaggia di Foghe Pizzinna
Spiaggia sa Curcurica
Your holiday in Orosei wouldn’t be complete without spending a day at the beach of sa Curcurica (Spiaggia sa Curcurica). That’s especially true if you like snorkeling or want to experience the Caribbean in Sardinia, Italy. The most attractive feature of Spiaggia sa Curcurica is the pine forest located directly behind the beach. That’s where junipers guarantee some more cooling air and shelter you from the sun. If you have children, you’d want to unroll your towels here.
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Spiaggia di Bidderosa
When it comes to natural attractions in east Sardinia, Spiaggia di Bidderosa is one of the most popular beaches to visit and certainly one of the best things to do in Orosei. Featuring a sublime stretch of coastline and stunning forests, this is also a pocket of the island in which wide open spaces are in abundance and time seems to stand still. Spiagga di Bidderosa is the perfect escape and an opportunity to see the quiet and more enchanting side of east Sardinia.
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Spiaggia di Berchida
Spiaggia di Berchida 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! What makes this beach in the province of Nuoro quite unique, is that it is bordered by two other beaches: Spiaggia di Bidderosa on the north side, and Spiaggia sa Curcurica on the south side. Plus, both the northern and southern tips of Berchida are backed by two lagoons: Stagno di Bidderosa, and Stagno di Curcurica.
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Spiaggia di Capo Comino
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.
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Spiaggia di Cala Ginepro
Cala Ginepro beach is characterized by fine sand, shallow and crystal clear water with pink granite rocks that occasionally rise from the water.
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Spiaggia di Cala Liberotto
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.
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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.
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Spiaggia Osalla di Orosei
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.
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Spiaggia di Su Barone
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.
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Spiaggia di Marina di Orosei
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.
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