From the mouth of the Rio Cedrino, which passes through Orosei to the Bidderosa Pond, there are over 18 kilometers of coastline to explore among white sandy beaches, granite bays and small promontories to explore on foot.
The beach between the Pond of Bidderosa and the beach of Berchida is certainly the wildest area of North Eastern Sardinia. Interdetted in summer to the cars, the naturalistic oasis allows to live an authentic Sardinia where it is possible even in the middle of August to be protected from mass tourism.
The abandoned village of Rempellos, almost hidden in the Mediterranean, is one of the many examples of ancient Sardinian settlements to be explored.
Cala di Osalla
To the south of Orosei, passing the Marina of Orosei, two other beaches not to be missed are Cala di Osalla and the nearby cove of Cartoe. Both are reachable on foot after crossing the long pine forest that runs alongside the Petrosu pond. Even in these areas the beaches even in the summer months are usable in solitary and allow you to enjoy the crystal clear sea at best.
If you decide to spend your holidays in Cala Liberotto and have rented the house for at least a week, you can not explore the coves of the territory of Baunei: Cala Goloritzè, Cala Mariolu, Cala Sisine represent beautiful beaches, reachable through an ancient trekking river courses, junipers and ancient shepherds’ shelters. The beaches can also be visited through a boat excursion.