Sardinia east coast

1 • Tavolara

Starting from Cala dei Sardi, heading south, crossing Capo Figari and the Gulf of Olbia, you will arrive at the island of Tavolara. You can anchor in the bay of Spalmatore (excellent backdrops for anchoring), right in front of a beautiful beach, you can swim and enjoy a fantastic view. In the evening you can eat in the beach restaurant. The north-east part of the island is forbidden to navigation and anchoring is prohibited due to the presence of a military zone. Further south, the islets of Molara and Molarotto, and the famous "pools" deserve a break.

2 • Porto Ottiolu

Going further south, we will find San Teodoro, with its famous Cinta beach and descending further we will reach the well-equipped Ottiolu port. Here you can take a break and go ashore. In the marina there are several restaurants and pizzerias and nightclubs for good nights.
Around the port there are several beaches that can be reached on foot from the marina.

3 • Cala Luna

Sailing further south you will find the Grotte del Bue Marino, after Cala Gonone, you can anchor in front and take a guided tour inside the cave, very impressive! Resuming navigation, we arrive at Cala Luna. The creek is narrow with steep rock walls that open onto the beach with large caves in which to cool off in the summer heat. Behind the beach there is a small stream of fresh water crossed by a wooden bridge that leads to a service area, restaurants and bar.

4 • Cala Sisine / Cala Goloritze

Further south you will find Cala Sisine, about 200 meters wide, representing the mouth of a small winter stream that descends from the nearby mountains, the beach opens up between the spectacular cliffs that descend steeply from the height of over 500 m above sea level. It is flanked by two rocky ridges that give this place a unique mountain appearance, enhanced by the forest on the walls of the gorge with its centuries-old carob and holm oak trees. The seabed is made of white sand of large calcareous grains and rocks rounded by the sea. Its waters are of a changing turquoise due to the play of light created by the sun reflected on the seabed. This town is therefore an ideal destination for those who want to dive, even if only with a mask and a snorkel, in its fish-rich waters. There is a restaurant on the beach.
Cala Goloritze.
One of the stretches of the Gulf of Orosei where sea and mountain meet in perfect harmony is Cala Golorizte: towards the east, a crystalline sea that fades from an intense blue to an incredible turquoise will leave you spellbound; to the south, a stone arch plunges into its crystal clear waters and further enriches this scenic inlet.
Always towards south, but this time towards the promontory behind, rises Punta Caroddi. It is a spire 147 meters high above sea level, which stands out on Cala Goloritze with its fascinating form of eagle.

5 • La Caletta

The village of La Caletta has an equipped port from which you can reach the town center on foot. In the evening the main street of the town is closed to traffic and becomes a nice walk between stalls and clubs.
The white sandy beach is very long and reaches up to Santa Lucia.

6 • Capo Coda Cavallo

Heading north we recommend a stop in the bay of Capo Coda Cavallo, an oasis of tranquility just a short distance from the Costa Smeralda. The view is breathtaking: colors and sensations will remain indelible in the memory. The beaches are white with fine sand surrounded by rocks, coves, islets, repeating lagoons, no matter how far you turn, you will never see them all. You will always find, with any wind, a beach with calm sea, or on the South or North coast, and a deserted corner just for you.