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Cala Goloritzè is one of most suggestive and famous beaches of Sardinia and was born in 1962 due to a landslide and very famous for its imposing pinnacle 143 meters high which overlooks the entire cove.
Named "Spanish National Monument"In 1993, it is certainly the most photographed beach in theOgliastra.
Il backdrop, very transparent, is 30 meters long and deceives those who visit it creek for the first time, enough to entice you to delicious dips from boats.
La beach is made up of a myriad of white pebblesie for this absolutely unique of its kind.
Water has a temperature a little colder than the other coves due to the presence of numerous streams of frozen water from the nearby river.
In this beach it is absolutely forbidden collect the pebbles and bring the boats within 300 meters of the shore.
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La beach is easily accessible in boat or rubber dinghy, and a little more laboriously on foot, passing by Golgo road (baunei) and continuing downhill for about an hour and a half through a marked path.
Cala Goloritzè it is located north of Arbatax, after Capo Monte Santo, along the Eastern Sardinian coast, and south of the Gulf of Orosei.
Recall that the beach it is absolutely untouched and wild so there isn't any service.
If you want to admire other beautiful beaches consult MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACHES IN SARDINIA.