Hike to Cala Mariolu, a paradise in Sardinia. Widely known as Cala Mariolu, shepherds from Baunei called it Ispuligedenie, because they thought the tiny white pebbles of its sand were like “fleas of snow”.

The trail leaves from loc. Piredda, in the plateau of Golgo ans is about 6 km long (about 3 hours). In the first part, it climbs gradually, then it crosses the ridge of Serr’e Lattone and it goes down to the cove, at a 500 metres gradient. Extraordinary experience that involves some of the most important landmarks of the area, of the culture and typical architecture of baunei: some shepherds’ huts, the famous Scalones (juniper ladders built by old-time shepherds) and spectacular arches of rock.

Difficulty of the hike to Cala Mariolu: trail for expert hikers (EE)

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. Gather at 9 am in Santa Maria Navarrese

If you don’t have a car, our guide will pick you up from your hotel or apartment and drive you to the beginning of the trail.

. Leave Cala Mariolu at 3 pm

A rubber boat will take you back to Santa Maria Navarrese: you can stop and visit the Grotta del Fico and enjoy the Coast of Baunei comfortably relaxed.

Important: the trail moves over stony ground, steep slopes and juniper ladders, so you’ll definitely need a pair of good hiking boots. Don’t forget also enough water and the swimsuit: once you get there, there’s no way you’ll stay away from the crystalline water!
To book the excursion, here are our Contacts.