Ogliastra extends from the top of the Flumendosa basin to the eastern side of the Supramonte overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea with a high and rocky coast of spectacular beauty. It also includes, on the southern borders, a part of the historical territory of the ancient marquisate of Quirra.
The variety of the coastal landscape is one of the great riches of the territory. In the north, overhanging limestone rocks open up into small silent coves, such as the famous Cala Goloritzè and Cala Mariolu, reachable only on foot or by boat.
On the other hand, Ogliastra is considered the land of trekking par excellence, in particular as regards the internal areas of the Supramonte, Gennargentu and the Tacchi d’Ogliastra.
Further south, in the territories of Lotzorai, Tortolì, Bari Sardo, Cardedu, Gairo and Tertenia the wide sandy beaches, such as San Gemiliano, Orrì, Cea, Musedduuledda, alternate with red porphyry rocks, granite or the unusual beach with the pebbles of Coccorocci.
Ogliastra is one of those wonderful places where, between mountains and sea, every space can represent the discovery of a different and enchanting landscape.