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What to see and do in Golfo Aranci?

03.04.2024
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The northern area is certainly the most famous and popular in Sardinia. You can get to Golfo Aranci by sea, at the port of Olbia, or by plane. Here you get everything needed for the perfect holiday: enchanting beaches, trendy bars, exceptional restaurants and nature trails bearing witness to the ancient Nuragic Era.

The historic town centre of Golfo Aranci

This small town dates back to the 19th Century when fishing communities settled here definitively. In reality, its history is much more ancient, as the ruins of Pozzo Sacro di Milis, from the Nuragic Era, bear witness to. The town centre of Golfo Aranci is just a stone’s throw from the port, where all the ferries dock.
The best way to visit the town is by taking a long walk, also at night, when the Summer temperature is a little more pleasant. There are various sculptures, fascinating benches with quotations from thinkers of the past and a playground for the little ones.
One lovely attraction is the canto della sirena [The Siren’s Song], a bronze work which emerges from the sea twice a day, accompanied by music. A decidedly curious event which enchants visitors to the lovely seafront.

Golfo Aranci: the nicest beaches

What to visit in Golfo Aranci if not its magnificent beaches? There are so many of them, especially when considering the size of this part of the Gallura Region. Here are the beaches you really should visit.

Cala Moresca

A little to the south of Golfo Aranci, we have Moresca, a seaside location characterised by two enchanting coves of fine golden sand. The sea offers a variety of hues ranging from emerald green to turquoise blue, surrounded by a lovely stretch of pines and Mediterranean scrub. From this beach you can also admire the little island of Figarolo, which is inside the protected Nature Reserve of Golfo Aranci.