Cala Luna beach (Spiaggia di Cala Luna) is a crescent of beautiful white sand protected by steep cliffs that is well-known as one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia.
Blessed with miles of sandy shores, Sardinia is an island that is home to man paradise beaches, and Cala Luna is undoubtedly amongst the best of the bunch. No luxury yacht charter vacation would be complete without a visit to Cala Luna, with its powdery sand and sun-drenched sea.
With a backdrop of dramatic limestone cliffs covered in lush green Mediterranean fauna, breathtakingly blue waters and alabaster sands, you could be forgiven for mistaking this serene spot for a Caribbean island.
You could be forgiven for mistaking this serene spot for a Caribbean island.
Cala Luna beach (Spiaggia di Cala Luna) is a remote stretch of sand found in the Gulf of Orosei, just south of Dorgali. Tucked away in a secret cove surrounded by rocky headlands, its remote location means that it is only accessible via a 4km hike from nearby Cala Fuili but the best way to get there is by sea.
The beach itself is a beautiful crescent of white sand, owing to its name ‘Moon Beach’, and the cliff faces that frame area protect it from the winds to offer a warm, sheltered spot to relax.
The snow-topped peaks mountains of the Gulf of Gennargentu National Park provide a unique setting to enjoy a day on the beach, and there are plenty of nearby beauty spots that are also worth a visit.
With its small caves that are primed for adventure, this beach is perfect if you are chartering with children. The Blue Marino Caves with their ancient stalactites, stalagmites, and rock carvings are just 3 km away whilst the beaches of Biriola, Sisine, Mariolu, and Goloritzè in the Baunei territory each offer their own slice of Mediterranean paradise.
Spiaggia di Cala Luna
08022 Dorgali NU