The region offers a wide variety important of geological and botanical elements along with many wild animals that all kinds of nature lovers will appreciate. Supramonte is an extraordinary resource for hikers and mountain climbing aficionados.
There is an abundance of evidence and ruins that are still miraculously intact that bear witness to a remote past: Tiscali archeological site and the Serra Orrios Nuragic village, numerous Tombs of the Giants and Domus de janas are scattered throughout the area that tell of our history
Dorgali has been an agricultural and pastoral settlement for centuries and has also evolved into an important centre of handcrafted works: the artistry and mastery of Dorgali natives is expressed in the sectors of goldsmithing and filigreeing, pottery, carpet weaving, leatherworks, woodcarving and knife-making.
These sectors are all prevalent and have found their way into the tourism industry, whose main attraction is the seaside resort at Cala Gonone.
On the other side of Monte Bardia, as soon as you get out of the tunnel, you can admire the enchanting landscape that sets the scene for the town of Cala Gonone.
Boats and dinghies heading south depart daily from its tiny port: you can reach the grotte del Bue Marino and the many beaches along the coast that are outlined by huge cliff overlooking the Mediterranean sea: Cala Luna, Cala Sisine, Biriola, Cala Mariolu, Cala dei Gabbiani, Cala Goloritzè.
You can easily reach the beaches north of the Gulf of Orosei from our holiday farm. Long stretches of fine white sand at Cartoe and Osalla are waiting for you to arrive and fully experience the Eastern Sardinian seaboard.
Cliffs that plummet into the sea, the wild hinterlands, paths in the woods, the caves, canyons, the sea and the lake are all places where sports aficionados can practice their favourite disciplines while taking in the magnificent landscapes surrounding them. The staff at Agripaules is at your total disposal for any information you might need in order to best organise your holiday