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Discover 15 places to see in Dorgali

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Archaeological area Nuraghe Mannu

 

The archaeological complex rises on a basalt plateau dominating the gulf of Orosei and consists of a nuraghe and a village. The nuraghe Mannu (literally %u201Dbig%u201D), dating from the 14th century BC, is slightly small and was probably named after the wide surrounding village. It is a single tower nuraghe (5m high) built of trachyte and local basalt. The east facing entrance, typical of nuraghi, is to take advantage of sunlight. After a short corridor covered with large flat slabs (plat band), a central chamber with spiral staircase led to the higher level. Now


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Cala Fuili Beach

The beautiful beach of Cala Fuili is situated in the north of Arbatax and the south of the Gulf of Orosei.
The cove is located near the Grotta del Bue Marino, is not large but it is a beautiful beach, with a very clear gravel bottom and large, mixed with a fine white sand.


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Cala Gonone

Cala Gonone is an Italian seaside town and a civil parish (frazione) of the municipality (comune) of Dorgali, Province of Nuoro, in the region of Sardinia. In 2007 it had 1,279 inhabitants.

History

The area around Cala Gonone was inhabited in the Nuragic Era. The remains of a Nuragic settlement can be seen at Nuraghe Mannu on the outskirts of the village, just off the road to Dorgali. The modern village was founded by a colony of fishermen from the island of Ponza at the beginning of the 20th century. The town however remained largely isolated from the rest of Sardinia until the tunnel through


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Cala Luna

Cala Luna is a beach on the Gulf of Orosei, in the province of Nuoro. The beach is the mouth of a river that marks the border of the municipalities of Dorgali and Baunei towns claiming ownership of the site in turn, such a stream, called Codula di Luna, stretches for several kilometers, originating on the slopes of Mount Oseli (984 m a.s.l.) in the municipality of Urzulei.
The beach is characterized by the presence of some caves and coves in front of the shoreline, due to sea erosion on limestone rock.
Cala Luna is famous for its beauty and uniqueness, and was used as a setting for the recording


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Dolmen of Monte Longu

Monte Longu, due to the culture of Ozieri, a period of time ranging from 3200 b.c. to 2800 b.c., is one of the best preserved dolmens of the territory of Dorgali, which counts about fourteen of which are in excellent condition. It is characterized by these, as well as almost all of the dolmens of Sardinia, to be built in limestone.


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Gola di Gorropu

The gola di Gorropu or di Gorroppu is a deep canyon in Supramonte is situated.
The easiest way to access fault, which extends from the Gulf diOrosei the Supramonte, is near Urzulei, località Genna Sìlana.
The canyon can be reached via a hiking path (the path Sage ar Baccas-Gorropu B-502) expert for which you need the proper equipment.


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Grotta del Bue Marino

The Bue Marino caves are situated in the coastal area of the municipality of Dorgali in the East Coast dellaSardegna. Got their name from the title sardadella-speaking monk. The open part consists of a spacious Gallery and is rich in stalactites and stalagmites that are reflected in the waters of a large underground lake salty (over 1 km of the surface, considered among the largest in the world) and colour effects with multiple shades.
Are accessible by sea and the nearest port is in Cala Gonone, or with a 50-minute walk.


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Ispinigoli cave

The Grotta di Ispinigoli is a karstic cave in the Supramonte massif, near Dorgali, Sardinia, Italy.

Overview

One of the largest grottoes in the island, houses a large stalactite-stalagmite compound, the tallest in Europe and one of the tallest in the world, measuring some 38 m in total. The grotto also include the so-called Abisso delle Vergini ("Abyss of the Virgins"), a c. 60 m-deep hole leading to a 12 km series of caves connecting Ispingoli to the other grotto of San Giovanni Su Anzu. Inside the cave were found traces of human bones and jewelry dating back the Bronze Age, the site was used


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