Golfo Aranci

Golfo Aranci is a town of 2,400 inhabitants in the province of Olbia-Tempio, in the Gallura region. One of the most interesting places in the area is Cape Figari, 344 meters high and 200 meters above sea level, accessible not only from the water along the Cala Greca coast, but also from Cala Moresca beach. Also worth seeing is the island of Tavolara, Cape Coda Cavallo, the island of Figarolo and Cala Moresca.

Not to be neglected are the beaches in the area, known for the clean sea and white sand, the beaches widen cove by cove as far as Olbia. To the north, immediately after Cape Figari you reach the Gulf of Congianus, the heart of the Costa Smeralda and all the famous places of the area.

One of the special features of the place is the old fishermen’s village by the sea, where you will find colorful houses and fishmongers who offer fresh fish all year round.