Cala Goloritze

Jagged rocks soar into the sky over the Sardinian coast of Italy, where Cala Goloritze sit. There is something about this spot that calls for exploring and adventure. The waters of Ogliastra are turquoise and unbelievably crystal clear. Cala Goloritze beach is perfect for an afternoon canoeing adventure or hiking on the trails that twist and turn up the cliffs towering over the water. Located in beloved Sardinia, Cala Goloritze is exotic, quirky, and refreshing all at once.

Getting There

Your travel to Cala Goloritze has never been easier with the amount of flight options offered. Fly into Rome’s international airport, Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport, from any major airport across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Another short flight from Rome to Olbia Airport will be the quickest and easiest way to arrive near the beach. From the west coast of Italy (from cities such as Genoa, Naples, and Palermo), you can take a ferry ride to Sardinia. From there, you can take a tranquil boat ride from Cala Gonone or Santa Maria Navarrese to get to Cala Goloritze or drive to Su Porteddu by taking a rewarding hike through Cala Luna.