Where is Cala Luna?
Cala Luna is in Sardinia, on the Central Eastern coast and it is reachable from Cala Gonone, a hamlet in the township of Dorgali in the province of Nuoro.
Can we reach it on foot and get back by boat?
Yes!It is one of the most commonly chosen options by the trekking lovers who want to enjoy the charm of the walk on the outward and return comfortably by boat to Cala Gonone.
Our company guarantees the the shuttle service by bus included in the price from the port to Cala Fuili beach, where excursionists park their cars in the morning.
Do I have to book the ferry?
Booking is appreciated and enables us to organize the best service to reach Cala Luna. The reservation is free and can be achieved by filling out the contact form
. Alternatively you can go to this address
and book online
Is the visit to the cave included in the ticket?
The ticket for the visit to the cave or the “combined trip” don't includes the admission to the south branch of Bue Marino Cave. It must be purchased separately at the ticket office of the municipality (present in the port). The tour lasts about 60 minutes and is comprehensive of a walk along a very easy path of about 800 meters where guides will provide assistance and interesting information about the halls that you are going to explore.
Where are we boarding?
The boarding to Cala Luna and Bue Marino Caves is scheduled from the central pier of Cala Gonone port.
The return from Cala Luna beach is achieved from the little jetty in the south of the beach while from the caves you will embark from the point where you have left at the beginning of the visit. (unless otherwise provided by the guides).