Cala Gonone is located in the center of the Gulf of Orosei. To the north you will find a low and sandy coast. In the south coast, the marine Supramonte offers imposing cliffs overlooking the sea interspersed with small bays and numerous sea caves. Starting from the port of Cala Gonone for an excursion to Cala Mariolu allows you to admire the entire coast of Baunei (with the sun that illuminates it in the mornig) giving you the best experience possible. The last beach that can easily be reached by land from Cala Gonone is "Cala Fuili". On the boat travel to Cala Mariolu you will discover in succession Cala Luna, Cala Sisine, the beach of Isuili, Cala Biriala, the Piscine di Venere up to Ispuligidenie with the beautiful Cala Mariolu and Cala Gabbiani. Continuing you can reach Cala Goloritzè where access is allowed only by land.
The "scirocco" current, coming from the southeast, is one of the most frequent winds in the Gulf of Orosei during the summer period. The sirocco waves usually "rise" around 11:00, reaching the peak of frequency when the temperature of the day reaches its maximum. Leaving for an excursion to Cala Mariolu from Cala Gonone early in the morning allows you to tackle the outbound navigation "in tranquility" reaching "Cala Goloritzè" (last beach of the gulf) in about 40 minutes. In the afternoon you will have the stern sea, or the waves will follow the direction of your return allowing you (even when there is no calm) to enjoy the return journey.