Santa Maria Navarrese
Santa Maria Navarrese is set in a green valley surrounded by wild olive, fig and carob trees and scented Mediterranean bush.
Some say that the princess had been kidnapped and had to land in Ogliastra when the ship she was sailing on was caught up in a storm.
According to the legend which is based on historic facts the princess and her travelling companions later left for the peninsula of Sulis.
Home holidays Le Agavi
The “Agavi “apartments are situated in S.Maria Navarrese, 450m from the sea, with splendid views of the tourist port and the entire gulf of Arbatax...
Home holidays Supramonte
The “Supramonte” holiday homes, Santa Maria Navarrese, are situated in a brand new, elegant residence only 500m from the sea and 400m from the village centre....
Ogliastra's coastline contains beautiful oases of sand wedged between the sea and the surrounding cliffs, and is one of the Mediterranean's most charming marine landscapes. Starting from the north, we come to sandy bays (cale) reachable only by boat or on foot, such as the famous Cala Luna, Cala Sisine, Cala Mariolu and Cala Goloritzé...
The natural monument of the Golgo di Baunei, also known as Su Sterru, in Sardinian "abyss", is found on the highland of the same name, around 400 meters above sea level. It is a karstic gorge, one of the deepest caves in Sardinia and surely among the most unusual in Europe...
Trenino Verde della Sardegna
Leaving from Arbatax, railway station by the sea, we travel through the territories of Girasole, Villagrande, Elini, Arzana, Ilbono and Lanusei; the Gennargentu mountain chain appears majestically , its peaks reflected in the Flumendosa lake, the highest in Sardinia
Home holidays Monte Oro
The “Monte Oro” apartments are situated in S.Maria Navarrese, 150m from the sea and the modern tourist port, with splendid views of the enchanting gulf of Arbatax...
Home holidays Le Mimose
The “Mimose” holiday homes are situated in S.M.Navarrese, in a newly built residence with a total of 8 apartments and private car park, only 350m from the sea...
The Ogliastra region is in the east of Sardinia, and is bounded to the north by the Supramonte, to the west by the Gennargentu and to the east by the sea. It's a mostly-mountainous area, with mountains, high crags and deep gorges. The plain of Tortolì seems to offer the only relief from the tormented form of the land, where often villages are built on rocky hillsides, and much of the territory is uninhabited. This is a true wilderness, where the visitor can really rediscover the pleasure of entering into a world of primordial beauty, with few signs of being previously explored