You're here, and when you go through them, you're there. They're beautiful, meaningful or just fun. They're doors, roads, bridges, corridors, wardrobes, or event horizons. Mediterranean Alley in Orosei, Sardinia | Italy (by LucaPicciau)
Cala Mariolu opens out onto the Golfo di Orosei in Sardinia, in the locality of Punta Ispuligi. The name is connected with the monk seal, nicknamed by the fishermen "mariolu" (thief) because it took fish out of their nets. Its waters are of a changing blue for the plays of light created by the sun reflected on the seabed, characterised by sand mixed with round, pink-coloured pebbles.
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Bidderosa Beach, Orosei, Sardinia, Italy Not all of Sardinia is blinged-out like the Costa Smeralda. Head south to the 15th-century village of Orosei, whose historic center is made up of old stone houses like the cheerful Anticos Palathos B It shares the same pale white sands and transparent azure waters as up north, but not the crowds, thanks to the two-mile walk to get there, off a poorly marked exit on the SS125 highway. anticospalathos.com
Golfo di Orosei, Sardinia, Italy. The Gulf of Orosei is located along the central eastern coast of Sardinia. The gulf consists of sandy beaches and is surrounded by vertical limestone cliffs, cut by deep gorges carved by ancient rivers now disappeared or swallowed up from the plateau karst above.