Hiking in Cala Sisine

Cala Sisine is an underrated, enchanting and astonishingly beautiful beach on the East Coast of Sardinia, and the opportunity to hike around this area is too good to pass up!

Cala Sisine is one of Sardinia’s great hidden beauties, often overshadowed by its more illustrious neighbours. This means its gorgeous natural beauty is relatively unspoiled, ensuring more space, peace and quiet for you! Its clear blue water is surrounded by white pebbles and sand, with tree-lined and rocky cliffs and crags looming high above, giving off a mountainous look right next to the ocean. Hiking around here is an epic and awesome way to explore this gem of a place, as there are countless exquisite nooks and crannies to discover whilst also taking in the amazing views. Take a look at our selection of hiking trips in Cala Sisine – an oasis of calm and tranquility.  
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Cala Sisine

Cala Sisine is peacefulness personified, as its difficulty to reach makes it a secluded and isolated spot, with few distractions or people. It is a great place to disconnect from the modern world, and choosing which of hiking, swimming and snorkeling you want to indulge in will be your only worry!

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+39

Currency

Euro

Language

Italian

Best time to visit

September-October

Weather

Mild Winters and hot summers, with average temperatures of 20-25 degrees celsius from June-October

How to get there

Fly in to Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport in Olbia, from there drive to Cala Gonone, and from there the easiest way to reach Cala Sisine is by boat

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Cala Goloritze is a secluded and hard-to-reach place, so starting your trip and basing yourself in either Olbia or Cala Gonone is recommended, as there is also plenty to do in both places. Due to its wild and untouched landscape and terrain, some of the hiking can be challenging, so being very fit and in extremely good shape will help you enjoy the hiking more. Sardinia has its own unique and fascinating characteristics that are distinct from Italy itself, so taking the time to explore the small towns and villages will give you a greater insight to the culture, which the local people are fiercely proud of

 

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