Cala Luna has something special, something intangible and mysterious; a king of magnetism that is impossible to define in words. It is a place that must be experienced in silence, listening to the sound of the waves and the seagulls, while the sun warms up one’s face and body. Anyone would love to live on such a fascinating piece of Paradise.
Along the path that leads to this unpolluted and remote beach, our experienced guides will allow you to discover Sardinian thriving nature and history. We love Cala Luna and are positive you too will be inspired by its beauty. It should not be a surprise to discover that its enormous caves have been home for so many animals and humans over the course of history.
The beach is located along the coast of the Gulf of Orosei, renowned for its inaccessible and beautiful coves. Cala Luna is the beach at the end of the Elune River and is locked between an emerald lagoon and the crystalline sea waters. Five colossal caves adorn the sand stretch, offering a shady retreat during the hot summer days.
Our journey to Cala Luna starts from the beach of Fuili, in Cala Gonone, walking almost 2 hours on an uneven but not too difficult path. Once to the beach we will relax and possibly enjoy swimming. The return journey will be on the same path. If participants want to, they can return with the 6pm boat, but that price is not included.
Walking time: 4h
Total time: 6h
Elevation Gain: +150