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Cala Gonone

Dorgali rises to 456 m. above sea level, it has 8035 inhabitants who are divided between the town and its marine fraction Cala Gonone. With its 225 square kilometers of territory, it is among the largest cominias in Sardinia and among the luckiest thanks to the variety of the landscape. The crystal clear sea of the Gulf of Orosei and the pristine mountains of the Supramonte constitute its enviable natural heritage.

The town can be easily reached from the major Sardinian cities (Cagliari, Sassari, Oristano, Olbia) along the SS 131 - Abbasanta/Nuoro branch - Lula/Dorgali exit. It is connected to Cagliari and Olbia by the ss 125 (also called Eastern Sardinian because it joins all the towns along the eastern coast of Sardinia) longer and more tortuous but full of incredible panoramic views.

Crafts, agriculture, breeding and tourism are the strong points of the Dorgali economy which is characterized by the integration and close ties between the various economic sectors.

The cooperative cellar, the dairy, the oil mill, the bakeries of "pane carasau" (music paper) and the numerous pastry shops are the flagship of its agricultural economy which, while accepting technological innovations, does not renounce the knowledge of tradition.

Knowledge and imagination that are found in the artisan laboratories specialized in different processes (filigree, ceramics, carpets, leather, knives, wood) which find an elegant home in the shop windows that overlook the main streets of the town.

Tourism has contributed to the preservation of ancient activities and crafts.

The new generations of craftsmen, while respecting the classic forms, have contributed to the affirmation of new and original expressive styles. A rich cultural deposit, easily visited and usable, is made up of the innumerable prehistoric archaeological sites that dot the surroundings of the town, which can boast the existence of two museums: the archaeological civic one and the Salvatore Fancello museum, dedicated to the young ceramist who died during World War II.

The sea, the beaches, a virgin and uncontaminated coast make up the incredible naturalistic offer of Cala Gonone, a renowned seaside resort just 8 km away. away from Dorgali, Equipped with modern and efficient facilities.

The numerous hotels, mostly family-run, offer a warm welcome, consolidated over decades of openings to the world of holidays.

However, there is no shortage of larger accommodation complexes, which guarantee an all-inclusive stay.

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It allows you to admire and experience the most beautiful views and beaches of the Gulf of Orosei, taking advantage of many comforts that only our yacht can offer, having on board the kitchen and grill for fantastic fish and meat barbecues, fridge, bathroom, 2 bedrooms , satellite TV and radio.

Upon reservation it is possible to have lunch on board, our catering service allows us to plan menus for all needs and occasions.

The mini-cruise takes place with a maximum of 10 participants, departing at approximately 9.30 from the port of Cala Gonone and returning to the port at approximately 16.30.

The Nuraghe Arvu is a 4-star superior hotel in Cala Gonone, a small seaside village on the Gulf of Orosei, in Eastern Sardinia.

Immersed in a park at the foot of Monte Bardia, the Hotel Nuraghe Arvu Resort is located just 500 meters from the nearest beach of Cala Gonone and represents the ideal place for those who like to spend a holiday away from tourist stereotypes.

The Hotel stands out for its elegant and essential architecture, proposing the use of natural materials such as stone, wood and terracotta. The heart of the hotel is the 400 m2 outdoor swimming pool, with a children's pool and lumbar and plantar hydromassage system. The 44 panoramic rooms, each with an independent entrance, are distinguished by the refinement of the furnishing elements, a great expression of design by local master craftsmen.

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