Orosei (Sardinian: Orosèi) is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Nuoro in the Italian region Sardinia, located about 140 kilometres (87 mi) northeast of Cagliari and about 30 kilometres (19 mi) east of Nuoro.
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4.5 based on 343 reviews
The beach of Su Barone with more than 3 km long is one of the largest in Sardinia, surrounded by pinewood and widespread from the pond of Su Petrosu avale, for about 15 years and was recognized Site of Community Interest.
nice place. popular in locals, who use this park as a grill bar. next to the beach there is a pine wooded section, what is the place for cars, and place for locals who picnic there, they bring little households there, with mobile tables chairs hammocks tents mobile fireplaces.
good squid sendwiches in the bar!
a little steep coast.
4.5 based on 520 reviews
I came here with my fiance, family, and friends for a whole day relaxing. This beach has a couple serving bars and other water/beach equipment for rental. It does get very crowded maybe half a meter to the next person. If you plan to spend the whole day here with a large group then you need to book ahead for a private table and arrive early 7-8am. The beach is beautiful and the water as clear as can be!
4 based on 366 reviews
we arrived at cala liberotto in the late morningtime and were astonished that no many people were arround, because we heard that the beach is high frequentated during high season. the beach has more different small beach sections, which are separated from each other by beautiful red rock formations and cliffs. these areas are perfect for norkeling and the offer of mediterrian underwater wild is very various. watershoes are necessary, because the rocks are slippery and sometimes sharp-edged. further sea urchines are located there.
the beach itself is sandy and slopes gently to the sea and so cala liberotto is very nice for families with small children. the water is crystalclear and presentes all shades of blue and green. there are nearly no waves, because the beach sections are protected by the red cliffs around.
further there are no shadowzones on the beach and it is absolutely necessary to have an umbrella and sun protection in your beach luggage.
because some shops and minimarkets are located near the parking area it is not absolutely necessary to bring food and drinks, but about the prices in these shops we cannot give any information.
a Beach Bar we didn´t saw on cala liberotto, a toilette we missed also.
we can recomment cala liberotto very much. we had a perfect stay there in a relaxed and quiet atmosphere.
4.5 based on 281 reviews
osalla beach, located in the south of the village orosei is well signposted and in relation to the other Beaches in the gulf of orosei very untypical. the landscape behind the beach has absolutely nothing to do with the rough steepcoast, which was built by nature behind the most of the other breathtaking Beaches a little bit more far in the south. also the surrounding is not so spectacular. behind the beach some maccia and small trees are growing.
the fine sandy beach is near a port and a big harbor wall is close to the beach, but the water is crystalclear, shallow and shines in different types of blue. for families with small children the beach is okay and a small restaurant offers drinks and simple food for the customers.
further osalla beach is one of the three Beaches, which are reachable by car from cala gonone and orosei. other ones are spiaggia di cartoe not far away and cala fuili in the south of cala gonone on the other side of the mountain. so a visite is not so expensive like on the other Beaches, which are only reachable by boat.
we stayed at osalla beach for an lazy afternoon with a good book and some expresso at the restaurant and it was okay.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Great beach to go to when it's windy! It's a small cove with lovely calm, clear blue waters and despite it being small, it's not too busy as it's not much known about with other tourists. There are no sun loungers to hire, but there is a restaurant just off the beach called Da Bao which is really very good, clean, friendly and not very expensive!
4 based on 31 reviews
Marina di Orosei è un paesino della Sardegna molto semplice con un bel centro storico. Proprio nel centro è presente un mercatino serale molto carino con oggetti di artigianato locale e non solo.
4 based on 27 reviews
Abbiamo visitato il Nuraghe durante un giorno di maltempo visto che si trovava a due passi dal nostro agriturismo.
La visita è libera, breve e piacevole.
Osalla è uno dei pochi Nuraghe Sardi che si affacciano direttamente sul mare e il Panorama da li è speciale, ci è piaciuto molto!
Consigliamo una sosta anche se si ha a disposizione una sola mezz'ora.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
We tried several times to visit this Museo and it was always shut. We asked at the Tourist Information Office NB not a very user friendly lady, and we told that it opened on Thursday afternoon (we were out on a boat trip) and Friday PM (we had left Orosei by then) It's well signed posted and lots of posters, but not very accessible.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
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