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Welcome to Sant'Efisio Hotel

The "S. Efisio" tourist company is made up of young operators who manage the refreshment point at "Sardn's. Efisio".

It is a multifunctional structure, located in a central point of the Ogliastra: 3 km from the sea and 5 km from the mountain.

In addition to being a Hotel and Typical Sardinian Restaurant, the structure represents the departure for various itinerant activities such as, for example, horseback riding, off-roading, mountain biking and relaxing walks in the most evocative places of Ogliastra.

For school groups and post-diploma courses we are specialized in carrying out interesting internships from various points of view: archaeological, wildlife and naturalistic.

All this is possible thanks to the fact that the structure is located close to two protected areas:

-) The Gennargentu 'Park

-) The Marine Park of the Gulf of Orosei.

National Park of the Gulf of Orosei and Gennargentu

The natural area includes very different territories, both from a geological point of view and from a naturalistic point of view.

The Gennargentu area is characterized by shale rocks originated in the Paleozoic, during the tectonic upheavals that caused the Hercynian orogeny.

There are the highest mountain peaks of the island, which reach their maximum altitude with the 1,834 meters of Punta La Marmora.

Some of the highest peaks of the mountain complex are Bruncu Spina (1,828 meters), Punta Florisa (1,822 meters), Punta Paolina (1,792 meters), Punta Erba Irdes (1,703 meters), Bruncu Allasu (1,701 meters), Monte Iscudu ( 1,676 meters) and Monte Spada (1,595 meters).

The Supramonte region develops in a series of karst plateaus formed by limestone rocks dating back to the Mesozoic.

The plateau is surrounded by a series of mountain peaks whose maximum altitude is reached by Mount Corrasi, with its 1,463 meters.

However, there are numerous peaks that reach and exceed 1,000 meters. Punta Solitta, with its 1,206 meters, is one of these.

Source: Wikipedia  

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Cala Goloritzè - Golfo di Orosei - Parco Nazionale del Golfo di Orosei e Gennargentu

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