It is a charming small village situated on the north-eastern end of Sardinia, developed in a strip of land in front of the sea, overlooking the gulf of Olbia.
In the last few years tourism significantly developed in this area due to its location close to the Costa Smeralda to the north and the marine area of Tavolara to the south. You can admire a village with colourful little houses, taste the Golfo Aranci cuisine with its seafood specialities and typical Sardinian dishes and you can do some shopping on the long promenade in front of the sea.
There are over twenty beaches, some of which are wild and others comfortable and well-equipped. Around Capo Figari, you will find the fine, golden sandy little beaches of Cala Moresca, the protected reserve of Cala Greca, a beach of pink pebbles hidden by cliffs, the delightful Cala del Sonno, where the fishermen take shelter and Cala Sabina, a sandy shore with a Caribbean appearance.