TIMETABLES AND BEACHES ARE DECIDED BY THE CAPTAIN.
The Pegaso leaves at 10:00, after the normal boarding check for tickets and passengers number. We suggest you to be at boarding 10 minutes before departure, to respect the timing of our boat trip in the Gulf of Orosei.
A SERIES OF CAVES AND THE UNMISTAKABLE "SLICES OF BREAD", AT THE BASE OF "Nosculi" promontory, DELIGHT THE SIGHT AND THE SENSES. WE ARE IN CALA LUNA, ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACHES OF THE MEDITERRANEAN. A TWO HOURS STOP (1 HOUR FOR THOSE WHO VISIT THE BUE MARINO CAVE) WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY THE FIRST BATH OF THE DAY, EXPLORE THE COAST AND THE CODULA WHERE THE RIO ILUNE FLOWS. CALA LUNA IS A SEQUENCE OF NATURALISTIC SURPRISES THAT WE CHOOSE TO APPRECIATE IN THE MORNING, TO AVOID THE TYPICAL CROWD OF THE AFTERNOON.
The trip to the Gulf of Orosei aboard the Pegaso resumes after the relaxing break in Cala Luna. The route is still south-east and includes a navigation under the coast that will give you a complete overview of the wildest stretch of the Gulf, between Cala Luna and Cala Sisine. Anthropomorphic and zoomorphic rocks, ravines and inlets created by nature will give space to your imagination, almost as if immersed in an outdoor reading of a fantastic novel. The Pegaso will enrich your experience by giving you stability in navigation for your photographs and the right relaxation in the shade of the decks.
It is difficult to draw up a ranking of the most beautiful beaches of the Gulf. Our sailing led us to enjoy the beaches of Cala Sisine and Cala Biriola. Just a few hundred meters from the latter opens up a water pool of amazing colors surrounded by limestone: we are talking about the Pools of Venus. The typical turquoise is created by the numerous freshwater springs which, mixing with the salt water, create particular light effects. This is the ideal time to visit the Piscine di Venere and admire this water's peculiarity of the Gulf of Orosei.
We veer south to amaze you once again. At Goloritzè you will see the most beautiful scenery, the postcard one... the one that made you choose Sardinia and its east coast for your holidays. Now it's time to experience which one for us is the most beautiful beach in the Mediterranean. We reach Cala Mariolu when the sun still lingers over the high cliffs that overlook it. Welcome to the perfect beach. Here you will find the limestone grit that made you love Cala Gabbiani. A huge natural aquarium teeming with fish. A natural springboard for diving enthusiasts. A series of caves and sea beds where you can snorkel.
Before returning to the port we stop at Cala Sisine, a beach that develops on the slopes of Monte Plumare, whose cliff overlooking the water exceeds 400 meters. Cala Sisine is the end to the sea of the same-named stream which, retreating in the summer, leaves its dry bed available to bathers. The shoreline is mainly made up of pebbles and extends for two hundred meters inland, where there is a small restaurant bar. The stop in Sisine reveals the only negative note of the day: the fact that the trip is about to end. The time for a last look and we have to resume navigation towards the port of Cala Gonone, with the promise of returning to find these enchanting places. This is a typical day on the Pegaso motorboat.