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The Coast

THE COAST
40 Kilometers of unspoilt coastline

According to the “Guide to the Nature of Sardinia” by Fulco Pratesi and Guido Tassi: “Maybe there is not much else in our country such a wide and unknown coastline: 40 kilometers of limestone bastions and limestones, just interrupted here and there by a few bays, probably the most beautiful stretch of the Italian coast in an absolute sense and without doubt the harshest and wildest”

The Gulf from Santa Maria Navarrese to Cala Luna is made up of high calcareous rocks that form a strait seafront on deep waters, groomed by caves, shrines and canyons that reach the sea, forming beautiful white sandy bays.

Cala Luna and Cala Sisine are the terminal part of the homonymous canyons.