Trips to Cala Mariolu in Santa Maria Navarrese

Perfect for snorkeling, trekking, climbing and free climbing

Being one of the most spectacular Mediterranean beaches, this sand paradise is surrounded by a low sandstone layer, protecting it from the waves and making a natural landing out of it.

Cala Mariolu is a wide beach located in the middle of steep natural walls, gently facing a beautiful sea.
This beach’s name comes from the dialect of Naples, in which “Mariolu” means thief. The particular thief it’s referring to is the Monk Seal, a very tricky animal whose habits are those of stealing fish from the fishing nets.
Its crystal-clear water, its deep blue color and the tiny white pebbles will give you a true relaxing sensation while you’re enjoying a walk by the beach. Moreover, the scenery you’ll be able to enjoy has no comparison, not even within the most exotic and worldwide knownbeaches all over the world: few beaches are as beautiful and fascinating as Mariolu Beach is, due to its spectacular natural scenery.
A big number of tourists visits Cala Mariolu every year: they bath in the crystal-clear waters, they enjoy the white sand, the transparent backdrop, and they take advantage of the tiny stall/bar where you can rent your beach umbrellas and the equipment you need if you want to scuba dive.

There’s also a trekking route, but it can only be undertaken by expert trekkers.


This beach, rich in natural elements, is perfect for:
- young people
- those who like scuba diving
- family with children (thanks to its not at all deep waters)
- snorkeling lovers
- trekking lovers
- climbing lovers
- those who like to free climb


Contact us on our mobile number: +39 3289159909 or on our email alebaunei@live.it. We’ll be glad to show and explain you our wide offer of trips to Cala Mariolu in Santa Maria Navarrese and to help you with our suggestions so that you can have a fantastic and unforgettable vacation. We also create personalized routes and trips on demand.

You’ll find us in our offices in street Roma 94, Baunei.