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Orrì Lido and Cea Beach
in the immediate vicinity, t
hese beaches are truly agreeable due to their fine sand and crystal-clear water.
They are also easily accessible and are equipped with all essential services.

km 4. This archaeological area has only recently been discovered. It is full of giant tombs, a menhir, sharp stones, "domus de janas" and nuraghi.

The Ogliastra Coast
can be reached by the sea. Here you’ll find unbelievably enchanting inlets where the white cliffs rise from a crystal-clear sea. The most famous bays are Cala Luna, Cala Sisine, Cala Mariolu and Cala Goloritzé

Supramonte and Gennargentu Park

this park, with an interesting naturalistic landscape in the Ogliastra region can be reached from different points. There you’ll find the "Gulf Chasm" which at 295 metres is the deepest of Europe; the Su Gorroppu Gorge, a spectacular canyon made of limestone walls 200 metres high; and the Nuragic village of Tiscali, which stands within a partially collapsed cave.


8 km. A nice seaside village full of signs from the era of Spanish domination, such as the Saracene Tower, the church of St. Maria of Navarra and the olive groves of exceptional size.

The Selene Giants Tombs

19 km. These graves have only recently been discovered and are found near the built-up area of Lanusei, within the Selene woods. They are made of granite and belong to different eras. 
21 km. This area boasts remarkable nuragic a prenuragic ruins. However it is best known for its luxuriant St. Barbara Forest, where you’ll find a little rural church of the same name.
29 km. At the entrance of this village you’ll find the ancient "Sa Omu de S’Orcu" nuraghe just opposite the Co-operative Wine Producer with the aged oak barrels, used to age the red wine. Above the town you can admire the splendid natural environment characterized by unusual rock formations called "Tacchi".


33 km. A wonderful tourist attraction in the small village of Ulassai. This cave is more than a kilometre long and is characterized by high vaults full of multicolored stalactites and stalagmites. 
35 km by sea. This is one of the largest and most interesting Sardinian caves due to its small lakes and fantastic formations. Its name comes from the fact that it was one of the last refuges for "nun seals", a species which still survives today in limited numbers.
35 km. This small uninhabited village is an example of an old country architecture with its typical stone cornices and balconies.
67 km. One of the largest Nuragic villages of Sardinia, Serra Orios is well conserved and consists of about 70 huts with wells, a holy altar and two rare little temples. Nearby are some giant tombs called "S’ena de Thomes" and the impressive "de Ispinigoli cave".
69 km. This is the terminal station of the "Green Train" which goes from Tortolì-Arbatax to Mandas through a unique and uncontaminated landscape. Worth visiting is the rich and well documented Museum of Folk Art, as well as the Spanish Prison.
69 km. The Capital of the province of the same name, this town sits on a high granite plain nearly at the centre of Sardinia. Amongst its principal tourist attractions are: il Museo della Vita e delle Tradizioni Popolari Sarde (The Museum of Sardinian Culture); the house where Nobel Prize winning Grazia Deledda was born, now a museum; the pleasant Sebastiano Satta Square, with granite sculptures by Nivola; and a nearby excursion to Monte Ortobene, where you’ll find the Statue of the Redeemer and where you will enjoy a magnificent view.
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