Cala Liberotto and the surrounding area

Cala Liberotto, all the beaches to discover

Cala Liberotto is a seaside village founded from the 60’s that overlooks one of the most picturesque coast of the Eastern Sardinia, with its white sandy beaches and spectacular cliffs of pink granite.
The shore line to explore consists of small coves interrupted by sea cliffs, ideal for those who enjoy fishing.

Cala di Fuile ‘e Mare
The pristine beach that is located in southest part of the area is Cala Fuile ‘e Mare, a small inlet surrounded by Sardinian maquis (junipers, reeds, arbutus and mastic trees).
Being slightly away from the village of Cala Liberotto, the location is perfect for those who love peace and quiet. It is a beach just 300 meters long with fine sand and a sea gently sloping, making it particularly ideal for families with children.

Sas Linnas Siccas
The next cove you meet going North is Sas Linnas Siccas. The small beach, surrounded by pink granite, offers a wide range of colors, so much appreciated by passionate photographers.

Cala Liberotto
Cala Liberotto begins just a bit further north than Sas Linnas Siccas and features several sandy beaches alternate with rocky promontories of pink granite. Its particular structure makes it one of the most beautiful areas to explore, reachable walking via paths along the beach and rocks. Before arriving at the headland that separates it from Cala Ginepro, the beach gives swimmers hundred meters of sandy shore overlooked by a thick pine forest.

Cala Ginepro
Cala Ginepro is particularly suitable for those who love long stretches of white sandy beach and shallow water. It is ideal for families with children and for long walks or relaxing picnic in the shade of the beautiful pine forest behind.

Sa Curcurica
Continuing north, the scenery becomes more and more breathtaking thanks to the presence of the Sa Curcurica Pond. Urban settlements and hotel diminish and the mediterranean maquis and the typical wetlands vegetation take over. The site is one of the coastal areas of greatest interest for its flora and fauna, and is under the protection of the Forestry Service of the Sardinia Region.

The Bidderosa Oasis
The natural Oasis of Bidderosa is a natural park with limited entrance to cars, permitted only from May to September. Walking and cycling the Oasis is instead open all the year. The dunes, the trails through the beautiful pine forest, the small coves of white sand and the secular juniper trees rapresent unique factors of one of the most beautiful destinations in Sardinia.

Berchida, together with Bidderosa Oasis, form the area identified by the region of Sardinia as a Site of Community Importance (SCI), deserving protection and preservation through appropriate policies and actions from the municipalities involved (Orosei and Siniscola). The Berchida beach is one of the most beautiful of the island, reachable by car through a dirt path. The closest restaurant is a highly recommended Agriturismo (farm house) where you can taste traditional specialties of Sardinian cuisine.