Golfo Aranci situated on an isthmus of land surrounded by sea and ending with the imposing promontory of Capo Figari. Strategic starting point from which to explore the north-eastern coast of Sardinia, a stone’s throw from the Costa Smeralda, La Maddalena National Park to the north and Tavolara Island – Punta Coda Cavallo Marine Protected Area to the south.
A protected bay area, blessed with a Mediterranean climate, from which to enjoy sunrises and sunsets.
Numerous white beaches and a crystalline sea in the center of the town, easy to reach and with beach facilities.
This small town is renowned for its restaurants serving fresh local produce, thanks to the presence of a fishing fleet that carries out sustainable and traditional fishing.
Don’t miss the opportunity to buy some souvenirs in the traditional Sardinian handicraft shops in Golfo Aranci .
The dynamic nightlife is made made for people who enjoy the company of friends and family. Many musical and entertainment events will make you enjoy the pleasure of being outdoors The funfairs one of the main attractions for children.
Golfo Aranci, an old fishing village, preserves its popular traditions by celebrating numerous religious and traditional festivals throughout the year. Among these, the feast of San Silverio on June 20, the patron saint of Ponza’s fishermen who arrived on this coast at the beginning of the century. It involves parading the Saint’s statue, in a procession, by boat . The fish festival, is also very popular, on August 14, a great folk festival that pays tribute to the excellent local fish product.