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  Posada ( Nu )


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Graziano Deledda

Via Goffredo Mameli 21

08020 Posada ( Nu )

       +39 351 539 8593

The B&B S'Ercole offers accommodation in Posada. Free WiFi access is available.

All units have a patio with garden views. An Italian or continental breakfast is included in the price.


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The most beautiful beaches on the Sardinian east coast

Holidays in Sardinia? , it is everyone's dream. If you are planning a trip from us to Sardinia, we remind you of the destinations not to be missed. The most beautiful beaches, bays, islands and islets, towns overlooking the sea and villages on the coast or hidden inland. There are many opportunities to travel to Sardinia, depending on the itinerary followed and above all the time available. What is not lacking is certainly beauty. Whatever area you will visit, you will be amazed. Sardinia has so much to offer: sea and beach activities and a territory to be discovered, with wild landscapes, ancient archaeological sites, countries where time has stopped. A region rich in history, art and culture. Where nature is the protagonist.


The territory of Posada


The beaches of Orvile and Su Tiriarzu

Protected by the rocky spur on which the picturesque medieval village of Posada is set, surmounted by the spectacular Fava Castle, Su Tiriarzu is one of the largest and most beautiful beaches of the Baronia, surrounded by an unspoiled natural setting: a long and wide expanse of sand clear, thin and deep, punctuated by sea lilies, in front of it immerses in limpid waters with shades ranging from blue to green, at the back it is surrounded by luxuriant vegetation on the banks of the Tondu and Longu ponds and from the mouth of the Rio Posada , while in the distance the Montalbo stands out majestic and candid.
The beach is the southernmost part of a long sandy stretch (of four kilometers), which takes various names (Orvile, Iscraios, Su Tiriarzu, La Foce di San Giovanni) in its wide and straight course, and is a few kilometers from the town . You will descend the limestone walls on which the village climbs, then leave the car or the bike in the parking lot (also suitable for campers), a path will lead you to the beach through a wooden bridge. The beach, which derives its name from the tyrant, a type of broom that grows in the green near the sand, is equipped with all the services, including rental bathing equipment and patinas. Nearby there are hotels, camp-sites, bars and restaurants. Beaten by the wind, it is a destination for surfers and is ideal for snorkelling enthusiasts and underwater fishing.
As on Tiriarzu, the other beaches of Posada are a short distance from the village, all along the low coast formed by the mouth of the Rio Posada.
To the left of the beach, the view is closed by a sand arch surmounted by a low round hill. To the right you will see the tower of San Giovanni, next to which the beach of San Giovanni stretches. Further south is La Caletta and, in the background, Santa Lucia, seaside districts of Siniscola. Heading north, you will find the beautiful beaches of Orvili and Iscraios. Behind Su Tiriarzu there is first a stretch of dunes and a pine forest, then the lagoon area, alternating with Mediterranean scrub and consisting of delta of the river and ponds communicating with each other and with the sea, habitat of various species of birds, between where the pink flamingos. For those who like a canoe ride, it will be a wonderful viewpoint.
For info: (Consorzio Tepilora)

Bèrchida - Siniscola

The beach of Berchida is located in the province of Nuoro, in the municipality of Siniscola. Considered one of the beaches to visit absolutely for its Caribbean features, it forms a single coastline, with some rocky break, with the Mandra 'e Pische beach, that of Cannazzellu, that of Pedra Marchesa and Bidderosa. To reach it, take the state road 125 in the section that runs from Siniscola to Orosei, cross the Capo Comino junction, continuing south for about 12 km until you find the Berchida road station; take the junction for the beach of Berchida which is about 500 m before the road sign, coming from Siniscola, or 500 m after if you come from Orosei. After about 3.5 km, leave your car in the parking lot behind the beach (usually for a fee, in high season) and continue on foot. It is a beautiful beach consisting of a beach formed by very fine white sand, very soft. Transparent and crystalline water of a blue-green color with turquoise shades and a shallow and shallow sea bed. Present various services. Crowded at access points.


Bidderosa - Orosei 

Fine white sand, sea lilies and granite rocks outcropping characterize the five coves: an enchanting and silent landscape, perfumed by vegetation and bathed by crystalline sea, with shallow water. You will swim and snorkel in waters of constant depth even tens of meters from the shore. The oasis is also comprised of Mount Tuttavista, cloaked in cork oaks and holm oaks, Fuile 'and Maree Senna' and Sachita, covered with Aleppo pines and domestic, where you will find tables for picnics and relaxation during the sultry hours. Eucalyptus, junipers and Mediterranean essences will welcome you at the end of the gravel path to the creeks, which winds through the pine forest and skirts the lagoon sa Curcurica (the pumpkin), populated by resident and migratory birds, which you will observe from birdwatching stations . Next to it is Mount Urcatu: from the summit you will see miles of neat paths and clean beaches. Bidderosa is the pearl of Orosei, renowned tourist center that can boast among other sa dream beaches, also Cala Liberotto, Cala Ginepro, Marina di Orosei and Cala Osalla, on the border with Dorgali.


La Cinta - San Teodoro

The beach is equipped with all services: parking, tourist information point - to organize itineraries in the surroundings - beach bar, beach equipment rental, canoes and skid, raft trips and fishing trips, water sports, sailing and kite school surf. For this exciting specialty there is an area dedicated to fans of active holidays (the kite zone). La Cinta is the symbolic beach of San Teodoro and closes to the north with Puntaldìa. Just after the promontory, you will find two other works of art of nature, separated by Capo Capicciolu: Lu Impostu, a kilometer of white sand dunes, very fine and soft, dotted with junipers and mimosas, and Cala Brandinchi, known as Tahiti , one of the biggest attractions of the island. Further south, you will find s'Isuledda, which is no less for the beauty of the sea and the clarity of the sea.

Cala Brandinchi - San Teodoro

The beach of Cala Brandinchi has conquered over time the name of Little Tahiti for the great beauty of this town, characterized by a beach with fine and compact white sand, bordered by the florid and beautiful Mediterranean vegetation, consisting of junipers, thistles, rushes and other aromatic plants. It overlooks a crystalline sea, characterized by a shallow and sandy bottom, ideal for bathing children and families, with beautiful colors that have the different shades of emerald green, blue and turquoise. The view is really very impressive, and allows you to admire the beautiful island of Tavolara in the background, really fascinating.
How to get to Cala Brandinchi beach:
to reach the locality of San Teodoro along the Strada Statale 125, and continue in a northerly direction. Turn right following the signs for Capo Coda Cavallo, and proceed straight, turning right again to the Cala Brandinchi beach, as indicated by the yellow sign. Proceed therefore always straight up to the parking area.


Isuledda - San Teodoro

A jewel of the north-eastern coast of Sardinia represents the southern limit of the Tavolara marine area: an expanse of light and fine sand that is immersed in infinite shades of blue and, behind it, a dense Mediterranean scrub.
A spectacular beach, which perfectly summarizes all the characteristics of the other 'pearls' of San Teodoro: silky white sand, waters with shades ranging from turquoise to emerald and crystal clear seabeds. Colors that contrast with the fragrant Mediterranean scrub, typical of Gallura, which surrounds the beach: yellow of the broom, green of myrtle and juniper, vermilion of the fruit of the strawberry tree. The Isuledda, extended half a kilometer, is located a few kilometers south of the inhabited center teodorino, on the homonymous promontory, which represents the southern limit of the protected marine area of Tavolara. From the bay you will admire to the north-east the imposing silhouette of the island and the look will arrive up to Puntaldìa and Capo Coda Cavallo, where two other splendid beaches stand out. Behind the sandy expanse is a small lagoon fed by the Rio Lu Chissaggiu, which is home to rare species of birds. Around a huge expanse of olive and fruit trees frame the beach.


Cala Girgolu - San Teodoro

The beach is a marvel of continuous surprises: ocher sand alternated with polished pebbles. The seabed is low and sandy, ideal to enjoy a nice bath in peace and safety, even for children. There are all the services: parking, facilities for the disabled, camping, refreshment point, rent umbrellas, sunbeds, canoes, pedal boats and rafts. Behind Cala Ghjlgolu the landscape is enriched by a small pond, habitat of various species of birds.
Along the nearby coast alternate enchanting and connected bays, surrounded by Mediterranean scrub and light granite rock. Small paths allow you to move from one to the other with the background of the marine area of Capo Coda Cavallo and the island of Tavolara, which stands like a mountain on the sea with bright colors.


Cala Goliritzè - Baunei 

It is located north of Arbatax, after Cape Monte Santo, along the Eastern Sardinian Coast, and south of the Gulf of Orosei.
Cala Goloritzé can be reached via two routes: one by land, the other by sea. By land it is possible to make a trekking route after leaving the car parked in the Su Porteddu car park. From here originate paths that lead up to Cala Luna and continue up to Cala Goloritzè. The route, through the Supramonte of Baunei, lasts about an hour downhill (and an hour and a half uphill), is quite simple and is passable by anyone who is used to walking. Reaching the site by sea you can use, exceeded the boundary buoys placed 300 meters from the shoreline, only boats without a motor.
THE BEACH Named "Italian National Monument" in 1995, it is certainly the most photographed beach of Ogliastra. The backdrop, very transparent, is 30 meters and deceives those who visit the cove for the first time, so as to encourage delicious dips from boats. The beach is made up of a myriad of white pebbles and for this absolutely unique in its kind. The water has a temperature a little colder than the other creeks due to the presence of numerous streams of ice water coming from the nearby river. In this beach it is absolutely forbidden to collect the pebbles and bring the boats within 300 meters from the shore.


Cala Luna - Gonone

One of the wonders of the Gulf of Orosei, as well as a symbol of the eastern coast of Sardinia. Cala Luna is located halfway between the territories of Baunei and Dorgali and is characterized by the mouth of the Codula di Luna stream. The cove is protected by steep rock walls that frame it and punctuated by shady and wide natural caves that offer shelter from the sun of the warmer months. The golden beach in the middle of the creek is immersed in a blue and crystalline sea.
The beach can be reached by sea by boat, even with boats departing from the nearest marinas (Cala Gonone, Santa Maria Navarrese and Arbatax). While for lovers of trekking, the beach can be reached through a difficult path (suitable for real experts) starting from Cala Fuili (Dorgali) or from Baunei. Holm oaks, strawberry trees and oaks make the landscape a postcard-like subject. year, especially when in autumn and spring it lights up with colorful colors. Further south, along the gulf, in the territory of Baunei, you will find other havens with pristine nature and crystal clear waters: the creeks Biriola, Sisine, Mariolu and Goloritzè, other corners of paradise


Cala Mariolu - Gonone 

A dip in the sea that seems painted. It is also known as is pùligi de nie (snow fleas) for round pebbles, white and pink, mixed with sand, which compose it. Cala Mariolu, in the territory of Baunei, owes its name to the monk seal, which is said to 'steal' the catch from the nets of fishermen coming from Ponza, so it was called the mariolo (thief).
Its panorama is striking for its infinite shades of blue, emerald green and blue and for pebbles that look like snowflakes. The cliff that surrounds it reaches 500 meters in height and falls vertically over the water to the north and south, making Cala Mariolu accessible from the ground only through a challenging trek (for experts) in the middle of thick Mediterranean scrub. Punta Is Puligi in the past served as a loading point for coal for the furisteris, the charcoal burners that populated Baunei.
The shallow water deserves an immersion with the mask.


The Maddalena National Park


Established in 1994, first in Sardinia, the national park of the Maddalena archipelago extends over land and sea for over 20 thousand hectares. It embraces 180 kilometers of coastline, including over 60 islands, large and small, granite and schistose, shaped by wind and currents. Budelli, Caprera, Razzoli, Santa Maria, Santo Stefano and Spargi stand out, destinations of unforgettable boat tours starting from Baja Sardinia, La Maddalena, Palau and Santa Teresa Gallura. The inlets create a myriad of landings, the colors of the sea are unique, the rocks shaped as natural monuments and the seabed is a paradise for diving, particularly the shoals of Spargiotello and Washington, Punta Coticcio and grottino di san Francesco.
The park is part of the European network of areas of environmental excellence and is extremely protected: recreational, fishing, diving are allowed but must be authorized. It is a suggestive landscape for morphology and flora. Almost one thousand plant species, about 50 endemic, others very rare. The fauna is very particular. Budelli's Rosa beach, for example, derives from the sediments of a small organism that adheres to shells, algae, corals and shells. Characteristic is the pinna nobilis, the largest bivalve mollusk in the Mediterranean. While the bottlenose dolphin is the most common cetacean: it could happen to see even groups of thirty specimens. You will also easily encounter the caretta caretta turtle in the park. Among the birds dominate course gull and shag.
In addition to the agglomeration of Stagnali in Caprera, home to the centers of environmental education and research on cetaceans and mineralogical and sea museums, which exhibit minerals, fossils, sands, shells, flora and fauna, the only inhabited center of the archipelago is La Maddalena, founded in 1770 and a long base of the Navy, witnessed by the Nino Lamboglia museum. Among its beaches of clear waters and fine sand do not miss Bassa Trinita, the French and Long coves, Monti d'a Rena, Punta Tegge and Spalmatore. The archipelago is an obligatory passage of the Mediterranean: its strategic position attracted Napoleon Bonaparte and Admiral Nelson. While Garibaldi lived in Caprera his last 26 years: the figure of the Hero of the two worlds is told in the Compendio Garibaldino.