Cala Liberotto, Orosei and surroundings


Cala Liberotto is a touristic destination on one of the evocative parts of the East cost of Sardinia, the Gulf of Orosei. The shoreline is formed by little creeks of white sand and stunning pink granite cliffs where the sea is crystal clear with shades of bright blue and emerald green. Its unique structure make it one of the most beautiful areas to explore. Reachable on foot through a path along the beach and rocks. In this part of coast the seabed is smoothly descendent therefore suitable for children.

The Gulf of Orosei is one of the most popular and iconographic areas of Sardinia. From the Oasi of Bidderosa to the most well known beaches and creeks such as Cala Goloritze, Cala Luna and Cala Mariolu, the Gulf today leaves speechless with its breathtaking panoramas which apart from sea and cliffs, enclose treasures of historic and cultural value. The municipality of Orosei presents 15 churches and sanctuaries built in the most symbolic places of the borgo, each of which is celebrated with events and traditional rites associated to the patron Saint James, the Novena of the Sanctuary of the Remedy and the charming feast of Saint Mary of the Sea. For the occasion typical clothes, boats, flower compositions and dishes are made to celebrate the Protectress of the Skippers.


Cala Liberato Beach | Tirreno Resort


Beautiful fine sand beaches, granite rock cliffs and turquoise sea

The charming Cala Liberotto is a well-known bathing place in the municipality of Orosei (Nuoro), about 11km away from the town center. Its beaches, surrounded by Mediterranean pine and shrubs, offer some commercial and tourist services for sport and catering. With a long walk, you can reach, through the sheds one by one through the beautiful granite cliffs, places of high environmental and natural value, such as: Cala Ginepro, Sa Mattanosa, Sa Curcurica and Bidderosa. Finally, in the nearby suburb of Sos Alinos, 1.5km away, there is the modern parish church of St Anthony Abate, as well as useful services such as: pharmacies, hairdressers, supermarkets, bars, jelly, pizza shops, restaurants, newspapers and tobacco.

50m | opposite the hotel


Bidderosa Oasis


A piece of paradise that offers nature lovers unforgettable memories

The Bidderosa Oasis is located only few minutes away from the hotel. This park is surrounded by sea daffodils, native evergreen plants and granites. It’s an unspoilt and protected area with a unique variety of flora und fauna. This small piece of paradise has five coves, that stretch for several kilometres, protected by pinewood and Mediterranean scrub, crossed by several roads that smell like eucalyptus and junipers, and with crystal clear shallow waters. This is the perfect destination to spend the day surrounded by nature while birdwatching or trekking. The Bidderosa Oasis is considered the naturalistic gem of Orosei, that must be visited at least once in life. The route that leads up to the top of the mount is highly recommended.

3km | 5 minutes by car


The churches of Orosei


The churches were built during the Roman age and are dedicated to several Saints

Orosei is famous for its wonderful coves as well as for its seventeen churches, that were built using simple forms and colours, false fronts, poor materials such as volcanic rocks and low-quality wood. The most suggestive of all of them are the church of San Giacomo Apostolo, the patron saint of the town, built during XIV century in the main square; the church of Nostra Signora del Rosario with its two beautiful statues of wood that represent the Holy Virgin and the Christ child; and lastly the Romanesque church, built entirely of volcanic stones, and dedicated to Saint Antony Abate. During the Holy Week all the churches in town will be decorated with flowers and will stay open to give visitors and believers the opportunity to see the artworks preserved inside each church.

12km | 13 minutes by car


The historic city centre of Orosei


The picturesque historic city centre of Orosei, with its Baroque treasures and small shops

The gorgeous city of Orosei gives the name to the Gulf where it is located. The town with its beautiful historic city centre has the typical Sardinian charm, full of old buildings and streets covered in volcanic stones, quarried from the nearby area called Gollai. While taking a walk around the main square and through the suggestive streets of the city centre it is possible to admire not only the small shops of handicraft and typical Sardinian food but also the old jail, the Medieval church of Sant’Antonio Abate and the Casa Soddu Museum, all important examples of the history of this town with feudal origins. Orosei is part of the old region called Baronia, that gives the name to the famous beach of Su Barone.

12km | 13 minutes by car


The feast of Santa Maria ‘e Mare, Orosei | Tirreno Resort


Colorful feast where traditions and tastes give life to a sacred rite

The feast of Santa Maria ‘e Mare, celebrated on the last Sunday of May, is a deeply felt and fascinating day for the way the procession takes place: Sailing on the river Cedrine to the church built at the mouth of the river and dedicated to the mother. The preparation for the festival begins in Orosei in the People’s Square in the morning, with “sa muratura”, the decoration of the fishermen’s boats with colorful flowers. In the afternoon, the aligned boats carrying the Virgin Mary’s simulacrum begin their journey towards the church. The march continues on foot along the embankment, following the boats which line up at the height of the church leaving the one with the Holy Virgin in the center, the first which must touch the ground.

14km | 16 minutes by car


Pisana Tower Orosei | Tirreno Resort


Worship place where history and religion are bound by an antic architecture

Pisana Tower of Saint Anthony Abate is located not far from the center of Orosei in a pen, which includes the homonymous church and the Palatzos Betzos complex. The historic capital of Southern Baronia, Orosei is almost flat on the slopes of a volcanic colle in the valley of the river Cedrino, from which the stone used for the construction of the buildings’ walls and of the “sas petras de sos camminos” (the pebbles which paved the roads and squares) was extracted in the past. The tower, which dates back to the first half of 1,200, is one of many of the many testimonies of the medieval heart of the country, such as the Palatzos Betzos neighborhood, which consists of old houses and a series of buildings in the 16th-17th century that surround the square.

14km | 16 minutes by car