Wednesday, 26 January 2011 16:34

Cala Sisine

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Beyond Cala Luna you will find Cala Sisine between two large, rocky stretches of coastline, decorated with a thick, rich wood of age-old hollies. The beach has got intensely white limestone sand that is composed of small pebbles smoothed by the action of the sea waves over thousands of years. They give transparency, reflections and incredible shades from azure to green to the sea.

The landscape is so very particular not only because of the triangular shape of the beach, which is surrounded by steep faces, but also because of the rugged gorges of the interior and the vast and dense woods of Codula di Sisine ( a little winter torrent which comes down from the near mountains of the Golgo plateau).

How to get there

You can reach the beach on foot, by cross-country vehicle or on horseback proceeding a gravel road which ends in an area called “Planu’e Murta” about 2 kilometres from the sea. An easy path leads from here to the beach that you can reach after a 30 minutes walk.

Nearly every year, the gravel road is seriously damaged by winter rainfalls and is repaired at the beginning of the summer.

the beach can also be reached from the seaside by boat or by rubber dinghy starting from the boat harbour of cala gonone.

bars and refreshment bars

behind the beach there is a refreshment bar.

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Additional Info

  • latitude: 40.1791
  • longitude: 9.634
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