Where the sea is the sea
For those who come to Cala Gonone for the first time, the impact is breathtaking. After having overcome a narrow tunnel about 50 mt long, an incredibly beautiful scenery opens up before your incredulous eyes. Uncontaminated nature made of myrtles and juniper and mastic trees that line the road all the way to the coast, with the sea as undisputed protagonist of the landscape that appears in front of your eyes.
The coast of Cala Gonone is many kilometres long and is made of white sandy beaches interrupted by small, charming coves where you can rest in the sun, far away from crowds of tourists. This is the favorite destination for people who decide to spend their summer holidays on a peaceful and magnificent beach and a crystal clear sea.
The most famous beach in Cala Gonone is the central beach, near the tourist port, dominated by the splendid Ticca Villa, a magnificent Liberty building built in the 20s. The beach is composed of light sand mixed with gravel and it is protected by a rich vegetation that usually makes the sea calm.
The Palmasera Beach
The largest beach in the area, much appreciated because it is easy to get to for families with children, elderly and disabled people; in fact, in some places there are even some gangplanks for prams. There is a large parking area at the entrance to the beach and there are bars, coffee shops and restaurants nearby.
The Cala Fuili Beach
Heading south along Bue Marino Avenue you can find the Cala Fuili beach, that you can reach down an evocative staircase that in just a few minutes takes you to the sea. Continuing on Bue Marino Avenue there is the Ziu Martine, where fine sand interchanges with white pebbles and volcanic rock.