Where we are

The advertised apartment is part of a Villa located in the “Orosei Gulf” (named the most beautiful gulf in the Mediterranean Sea by the founder of WWF Italy, FulcoPratesi). If you fancy an organized boat trip to visit the Gulf and all its famous beaches (Cala Luna CalaFuiliCalaGoloritzeCalaMariolu), just drive to the small port of Orosei (about 8 miles to the jetty) where boats depart daily.

The resort Calaliberotto is in the municipality of Orosei, the main village being 6 miles to the south.

FUILEMARE beach (175 yards walk)

Enchanting beach of pure white sand, gently sloping, with crystal clear water, in a protected cove within the gulf; Never overcrowded, not being run by a hotel. Perfect if you prefer the sound of the waves to loudspeakers and organized entertainment. The natural beach, surrounded by the green Mediterranean shrubland and pine trees, is crossed by a small seasonal stream in the winter months. Fuilemare lets you enjoy the sun from dawn to sunset, as there are no hills to the west blocking the evening sun like in most other beaches in the gulf.

Two small restaurants, two bars, a newsagent, a grocery store, a coach stop (for servicese to Olbia and central Sardinia)are within walking distance. Within two miles you can reach all other services such as supermarkets, local cheese shops, Pizzerias, Rotisserie, Butcher, Fishmonger, Restaurants, Bicycle and Moped hire, boat hire, local artisan products sale, Bars, Hairdresser, Doctors, Police, church, Cash machine, there is a local produce market on Saturdays.


Less than 3 miles drive north along the coastal road is the entrance to the protected wildlife area “BIDEROSA”. This area covers 5 beaches (managed by the forest authority, with a limited number of visitors). Tranquillity is the main feature of the 5 enchanting beaches. The pearl grey sand is of the finest kind, the turquoise and blue water is crystal clear. In the shallow water you’ll enjoy a bemusing light show of reflections that you won’t see elsewhere. The surrounding Mediterranean shrubland and a number of streams that depending on the season will be dry, or flowing into the sea, makes an interesting walk through the Maquis.