What to see: Cala Goloritzè is one of the most beautiful bays along the Orosei Gulf. Located near Baunei, a town of the Ogliastra province, Cala Goloritzè is a ‘protected National and Natural Monument’ and cannot be approached by sea, since boats are forbidden to land in its surroundings. Is truly is a place for adventurers, who can embark in a breath-taking 2-miles naturalistic route in the middle of Baunei’s Supramonte, through an old pathway barely signaled by arrows pictured on stone, which leads to a little beach with cristal-clear water, surrounded by flourishing vegetation and majestic white rocks.
What to hear: the footsteps and the chant of the wildlife inhabiting the Supramonte: deers, goats, wild boards and birds such as royal eagles and hawks, silently observing those who enjoy an excursion through their wild, fantastic region.
What to smell: the scent of centuries-old junipers adorning the mountain, offering shelter from the summer heat during the walk leading to the seaside.
What to taste: a refreshing sip from the spring coming out a little creek in the sand and then flows to the immaculate sea.
What to touch: lay the palm on the little white marble cobblestones, getting thinner and thinner the closer you get to the shoreline until they begin just white sand.