With its beaches and coves, Golfo Aranci is characterized as a real natural paradises.
wild beaches surrounded by greenery, comfortable and equipped beaches, Golfo Aranci offers a wide range of choices, giving the visitor an unforgettable experience.
From our hotel, it will be really easy to reach the most beautiful beaches of Golfo Aranci:
Located in the northeast coast of Capo Figari, Cala Sabina beach is one of the most fascinating beaches of Gallura. Surrounded by Mediterranean scrub and juniper trees, the creek is characterized by 300 meters of beautiful white sand that alternate with rocks and reefs.
Cala Moresca relaxes on the northeastern side of the island and Golfo Aranci is just headed for the train station. It is a particular and evocative beach of soft sand with cliffs and rock formations that make contrast with the emerald water with depths that become quickly deep.
“Prima Spiaggia” Beach
it is at the center of Golfo Aranci town, so it is easier to reach and even better served. And from here that you can also see the wonderful panorama of the Gulf and the island of Tavolara.
Cala Sassari is protected by two headlands and consists of several beaches just a few kilometers from Golfo Aranci. You will find yourself in front of a picture postcard setting: green vegetation, the crystal clear sea and in the background, the Tavolara Island and the island of Figarolo. To get there, coming from Golfo Aranci you need to turn left just before the junction for Terrata village.
Considered the most fascinating beach of the south coast of Golfo Aranci, the Sos Aranzos beach stretches on the north eastern side of the island, in the southern section of Golfo Aranci, about 8 km from Olbia and is reached with a panoramic road. A small beach with white sand that slowly slopes.
The white beach of Golfo Aranci, is located in the north-east coast of Sardinia on the panoramic road from Olbia to Golfo Aranci. A wide beach with crystal clear and clean and shallow water, from which you can admire the spectacle of the gulf and the island of Tavolara.