SARDINIA - SEPTEMBER 2009
The beaches on the East Coast of Sardinia in the Gulf of Orosei, near Cala Gonone, are, fortunately, still a somehow hidden gem...
"CALA SISINE - The white, sandy beach divides the turquoise sea from the green of the Mediterranean maquis which covers the hills"
"CALA FUILI & CALA SISINE - Fuili (first row pictures) has white limestone, covered by scented Mediterranean plants, endless white sand and a gorgeous sea. Sisine, we already know..."
"BIRIOLA - SORGENTE - PISCINE DI VENERE - Biriola (first row) is characterized by a little stone arch over the sea, the white, limestone sand, marble-rocks, junipers and the maquis on the rocks. Sorgente is bottom left and the other three are from the Piscine di Venere"
CALA MARIOLU - A stunning pebbled beach overhung by a chalky hillside covered by Mediterranean vegetation. You get sun in the morning and shade the rest of the day"
"CALA MARIOLU - From Sea..."
"CRYSTAL CLEAR WATER"
"CALA GALORITZÉ - The sun was hiding itself..."
"CALA GOLORITZÉ - In 1995 it was elected «Italian National Monument» and it is the most photographed beach in the area, probably due to the menhirs/obelisks... The white pebbled beach is unique and its waters are colder than the other beaches in the area"
"CALA LUNA - The most visited of the beaches in the Gulf of Orosei, south of Cala Gonone"
"CALA LUNA - Busy in a Sunday afternoon, early September..."
"CALA LUNA ROCKS"