WHERE WE ARE
According to F. Pratesi and G. Tassi‘s “Guida alla Natura della Sardegna” (Guide to Sardinian Nature), our Baunei coast is referred to as “the widest and most unknown stretch of coast in our country: 40 km of chalky cliffs, interrupted by small creeks. This is absolutely the most beautiful and at the same time wildest Italian stretch of coast”.
From Santa Maria Navarrese to Cala Luna, high limestone rocks, which form a coast overhanging deep waters, crossed by caves and canyons that reach up to the sea forming beautiful white coves characterize the Gulf.
Cala Luna and Cala Sisine are indeed the last part of the deep valleys (codulas) carrying the same names.