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Cala Gonone: photo description (Cala Gonone)

Cala Gonone is a small seaside town in Sardinia, part of Dorgali municipality in the province of Nuoro. According to the census of 2007 it has a population of just over a thousand people.

The area around Cala Gonone was inhabited in the so-called nuraghic period, from the mid - 2nd Millennium BC, the Traces of those settlements can be seen today in the village of Nuraghe Mannu on the outskirts of Cala Gonone, just to the side of the road on Dorgali. The modern city was founded as a colony of fishermen, who arrived from the island of Ponza in the early 20th century.

Cala Gonone lies on the shores of the Gulf of Orosei on the Eastern coast of Sardinia in the Supramonte subregion 9 km from Dorgali and 108 km from Olbia. Road by car from Olbia take approximately 1.5 hours from Porto Torres for 2 hours, and from Cagliari - almost 3 hours.

Thanks to its beautiful natural environment and excellent water quality (the area of the city is part of the national Park Gulf of Orosei and Gennargentu) Cala Gonone is a very popular tourist vacation spot. Best beaches this Spiaggia Centrale (Central beach), S Abba Durkee, Cala Luna, Cartoe, Osalla, SOS Dorroles, S Abba the Make, Tsiu Martine and Cala Fuili. In addition, in the vicinity of the city is located a cave of the Grotta del blue Marino, which you can reach by boat or boat to the tour group. By the way, book a tour for every taste right at the local pier - here you can rent a boat to explore the Bay of Orosei. Rent will cost about 80 euros per day. You can also go to the national Park of the Gennargentu to explore mountain ranges and high peaks.

In the evening on the picturesque waterfront open their doors numerous restaurants where you can enjoy an incredible variety of sea food.