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Cala Luna

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It is probably the most famous and celebrated cove of the Gulf of Orosei (and perhaps in the whole of Sardinia) and - according to many visitors - one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. The beach is 700 metres long and the sea has got wonderful azure-blue reflections that stand out against the green of the vegetation ( a wood of oleander trees lines the beach) and of the freshwater lake behind it.

Northward the beach is enclosed by steep limestone faces spotted with 6 high caves, where you can hide from the summer heat.

Cala Luna is charcterized by a low water level. Therefore it is an ideal place for those who want to play in the sea with their children.

How to get there

You can reach Cala Luna either by the numerous boats or on foot by land or by mountain bike.

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Additional Info

  • latitude: 40.2252
  • longitude: 9.6262
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