The territory

Orosei is a town of about 7000 inhabitants, located in the center of the Gulf of the same name on the east coast of Sardinia.
Nestled in the plain formed by the sediments brought by the Cedrino river over the centuries, to the west it is dominated by the peaks of Monte Tuttavista while to the east the town overlooks the coast characterized by long white sandy beaches and the transparent waters of the sea of ​​the Gulf of Orosei.

The closest beaches to the town are those of Marina di Orosei, Su Barone and Osalla.

The Marina is only 1 km from the town, easily reachable on foot or by bicycle through the cycle path. The golden sandy beach is bathed by a transparent and green crystal clear sea.

The Su Barone area is of particular interest due to the lush pine forest and internal lagoons where various species of birds find shelter.
The waters of these ponds are important for the local economy as the Arselle are collected and the Mullets are caught to produce one of the most typical Sardinian products: the bottarga.

The pine forest of Su Barone extends to that of Osalla delimited by a branch of the Cedrino river which flows not far from the beach. Very wide, bathed by the turquoise waters of the sea, from which it is possible to observe the entire Gulf of Orosei.

The Nuraghe Gulunie is located near the beach of Osalla, a Nuragic tower dating back to the Bronze Age. A walk to reach the nuraghe surrounded by the colors and scents of the Mediterranean scrub is an essential experience.

Orosei is an excellent starting point for a boat trip to discover the coves and cliffs of the gulf: Cala Luna, Cala Mariolu, Cala Goloritzè; pearls of extraordinary beauty, set in a unique and wild natural context.
To the north, 15 km from the town of Orosei, there are other natural wonders such as Bidderosa and Sa Curcurica.

The Bidderosa oasis is a natural reserve that covers approximately 500 hectares, consisting of five coves, which can be accessed on foot, by bicycle and by car (to arrive by car you need to book). During the journey you will be enraptured by the landscape characterized by the succession of granite hills, 2 lakes, very high pines, eucalyptus and specimens of Phoenician juniper, often millennial. Once you reach the beach, you will only be enchanted by the charm of the 5 coves delimited by granite rock arms. The low and transparent waters of the sea suitable for families with children and the unique natural context will make the visit to Bidderosa an unforgettable experience.

Not far from the Bidderosa park is the Sa Curcurica beach which takes its name from the homonymous pond. Crystal clear water and shallow waters make the coast unique.

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