In Cala Gonone, the boat rental, is one of the experiences that will allow you to enjoy your holiday to the fullest exploring the Gulf of Orosei.
The experience of these years has allowed us to provide our customers with a wide range of services in order to meet any need.You will surely find the your ideal model of inflatable raft among our proposals. The units are all characterized by the large space available and the remarkable functionality.
The practicality of use of rented dinghies will allow you to fully enjoy the autonomy that this type of vessel allows both in terms of trips and timetables.
In Cala Gonone you will not have any difficulty in finding a watercraft to rent among the various companies. What you need to consider is without doubt the inflatable raft that you are renting and with which you are "going overboard". Saving a few euros means very often finding yourself with an uncomfortable dinghy or, even worse, an unreliable one, threatening to ruin a potentially wonderful day. Saving 10 euros could mean finding yourself in the middle of the sea without anyone who can promptly give you help in case of problems.
The decision to establish Consorzio Noleggiatori Cala Gonone depended on the desire to offer the best possible service at the lowest possible price:
The first attraction you will find when renting a boat in Cala Gonone. Touristically frequented since the 50s thanks to the first fishermen coming from Ponza, Bue Marino Caves have been the "home" of the monk seal until the 80s. After the last explorations that allowed access to "Su Palu" Cave, Bue Marino is, with its 70 km extension, the longest karst system in Italy. You can easily visit two of the three branches of the cave (the central branch can be visited through diving). You haev to pay a ticket inside for the guided tour which lasts about 1 hour.
Cala Luna Beach has a background of coarse light sand mixed with stones. The waters are transparent and of an iridescent blue due to the play of light created by the sun reflected on the seabed, which is not particularly deep, allowing children to play in the water. Behind the beach, a natural pond of fresh water and a wood of oleanders. Squeezed in a hug by steep rock faces, it is featured to the north by the opening of 6 large caves so as to find shelter from the summer heat. On the beach there is a bar restaurant with restroom and a beach equipment, canoes and pedal boats rental activity located directly on the sandy shore.
Beyond Cala Luna, Cala Sisine beach, composed of small pebbles smoothed by the action of the sea, opens up between two ridges of rock and featured by a centuries-old forest of holm oaks. The triangular shape of the beach surrounded by cliffs and rough gorges gives the environment a particular and unique appearance. The beach can also be reached on foot through a path that we recommend tread with the accompaniment of trained guides. Just like in Cala Luna, there is a catering service located on the inside of the beach and surrounded by woods.
Another wonder of the Gulf, which will not fail to amaze you alike. Emerald-coloured water, a perfect mix of blue, cobalt and turquoise reflections surmounted by a sandstone ridge and a forest with overhanging holm oaks and junipers, and where you can still see the ancient paths of the charcoal burners.
Venere Natural Pools are another pearl of the Gulf of Orosei. By sailing to the south through the high cliffs between Cala Sisine and Cala Biriola you find this tiny strip of white sand that widens or disappears almost completely depending on the winter coastal storms and the strong underwater currents of the area. This small corner is enchanting for the transparency of the water and its seabeds, which will be appreciated by snorkelers. You can't miss a dive from the boat!
Fico Cave is a coastal cavern located in the territory of the Municipality of Baunei between the beaches of Cala Mariolu and Cala Biriola open to guided tours since 2003. The presence of stalactites, stalagmites and columns, of different sizes and colors, allow you to enjoy an incomparable spectacle, enhanced by the play of lights and the transparencies created in its internal paths. Formed by two distinct galleries and connected by a long siphon with the open sea, the cave is passable through some walkways, which run along the fossil bed of the ancient underground river whose waters have, over the millennia, generated the cave itself
The colours of the sea and the clarity of these waters have no equal in the Gulf. A blue hue that recalls the bottom of a pool framed by a white sand mixed with pebbles that have been rounded by time.
This bay is completely immersed in the green of the typical, fragrant and green Mediterranean scrub. On the high rocks above it various species of seabirds nest, among them a large quantity of seagulls and some species of peregrine falcon and golden eagle.
The name of the beach is linked to the monk seal: the now extinct mammal preyed on the nets of the fishermen of Pontone who had settled in Cala Gonone, so that these latter called it MARIUOLO, that means a thief.
Cala dei Gabbiani is located in the town of Punta Ispuligi. It is a larger section of the nearby Cala Mariolu and boasts a landscape of high visual impact consisting of rocky walls dotted by green vegetation and a blue and transparent seabed. Due to the presence of the rockface also this beach like Cala Mariolu can be exclusively reached by sea.
Cala Goloritzè has been declared "Natural Monument" of Sardinia Region in 1993, and then designated "Italian National Monument" in 1995 for its beauty and environmental integrity. The beach is famous for its beautiful limestone arch on the sea and the presence of the Spire, a calcareous monolith about 140 meters high that rises above the small bay. Il fondale trasparentissimo è profondo circa 30 metri ed inganna chi visita la cala per la prima volta. The beach, unique in its kind, is made up of a myriad of tiny white pebbles. The water has a lower temperature than other areas of the gulf, due to numerous streams of frozen water coming from the backcountry. The coast near the beach is completely closed to traffic by a buoys fence, in order to preserve its integrity and avoid a wild assault on the part of visitors.