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.