Dorgali represents the meeting point between the crystal clear sea of Central-Eastern Sardinia and the rugged landscape of the Barbagia. Dorgali is close to Cala Gonone, one of the most important seaside resorts of Sardinia, which is 7 Km away. Dorgali and Cala Gonone like two beautiful sisters, each with their own priorities: Dorgali is famous for its ancient tradition, natural landscapes, folklore, Cala Gonone is renowned for its beautiful beaches and coves. In the territory of Dorgali you can do various outdoor excursions, while in Cala Gonone you can choose boat trips along the coast. The hotel, excursions and tours in Dorgali can be booked online on Sardegna Magica.
There are still several archaeological sites that document the importance of Dorgali during the nuraghic, Punic and Roman periods. The name of Dorgali appears in official documents in 1300.
The town of Dorgali is picturesque, the central streets become alive with numerous shops selling local crafts: Sardinian filigree gold and silver jewellery, carpets, leather accessories, ceramic objects. Food lovers can take a tour of flavours, to the cheese factory and the Cantina Sociale di Dorgali. Dorgali is famous for its beautiful forests, you can make pleasant excursions to Supramonte. Thanks to the hiking trails you can get to the wonderful Grotta di Ispingoli and Tiscali village. Moving towards the coast we arrive in a few minutes to Cala Gonone, located on the Gulf of Orosei. The Gulf is a succession of coves, ramparts on the sea, strips of white sand and sea caves. The most important is the Grotta del Bue Marino, famous because it is inhabited by the last surviving monk seal. In Cala Gonone you can visit the largest aquarium in Sardinia, rich in rare sea creatures, particularly interesting for children and lovers of the depths.
Sardegna Magica allows you to book online hotels and excursions in the territory of Dorgali.