The Golgo plateau is a vast more or less flat expanse, located about 400 meters above sea level, bordered by Dolomite ridges crossed by streams and waterways that lead to the sea, giving rise to numerous beaches that are unique in the world. Near the Golgo we find a fairly easy path, which can only be traveled on foot and which after about four kilometers of descent overlooks a breathtaking panorama and the Goloritzè cove, a small beach unmistakable due to the presence of the homonymous stone arch, and for its sea made crystalline by the very white limestone stones.
The beach called Isuledda is the first to welcome us and also the first of the many pearls we will meet. And in fact, immediately after Cala d'Ambra, we reach the beach of La Cinta, the very famous beach of San Teodoro. As a side dish to these beaches, other no less pleasant ones such as Baia Salinedda. Finally, we are now a few tens of kilometers from Olbia, where we visit the beaches of Cala su Pinnone and here we stop, and mentally retrace the stages of a journey of a thousand colours.
Moving to the north-eastern part of the island we cannot miss the Maddalena archipelago which can be reached from Palau by ferry in twenty minutes, it remains one of the most sought-after destinations for a beach holiday. The islands that make up the archipelago, Caprera, S.Maria, Spargi, La Maddalena, as well as offering glimpses of the sea of a thousand colors, give us historical stories that come from characters such as Garibaldi and Napoleon.
Stretching to the western part, we find Alghero, another destination of indescribable beauty with the city surrounded by walls and towers from the sixteenth century and immersed in the Conte park, a natural park, and in a marine reserve called Capo Caccia-Isola Piana.
Olbia is a city with a particular and ancient history and culture which can be found in the remains of the numerous archaeological sites present in the city: the Riu Mulinu nuraghe (Cabu Abbas), the tomb of the Giants of Su Monte de S'Abe, the Nuragic Sacred Well of Sa Testa, the Punic Walls between Via Torino and Via Acquedotto, the Pedres Castle and that of Sa Paulazza, the Roman Aqueduct, the Roman farm of S'Imbalconadu, along the road leading to Padrune.
Located within the area of Tavolara and Capo Coda Cavallo, the Island of Molara has less steep coasts than those of Tavolara and Molarotto, and is therefore easily accessible by boats. Called by the Romans Buccina, it has a more rounded shape than that of Tavolara and constitutes the ideal habitat for thousands of species of birds that nest among its cliffs, including, for example, the beautiful peregrine falcon.
Sardinia authentic and genuine land. Let yourself be intoxicated by the clear colors of its sky and its beaches, by the exhilarating smells of its harsh vegetation. Also try to savor it, and thus discover its millenary culture.
Sardinian cuisine is simple and refined at the same time, and its variety is revealed only to those who have the desire to dive into a timeless world.
If you have never tasted myrtle liqueur, you have never smelled the scent of seadas honey or the fragrance of carasau bread, then you are ready for this journey.