Cala Luna - Cala Sisine - Cala Biriola - Punta Ispuligi - Cala Mariolu - Cala Goloritzè - Capo Monte Santo - Pedralonga
- Cala Luna: (This beach is within the boundaries of the community of Dorgali). A long sandy and stoney beach with clear medium depth waters. There are many small accessible caves along the beach making it ideal for families. A refreshment area and bar is available as are parasoles and various swimming equipment. This beach has no access by car. Access on foot is preceded by a three and a half hour walk along a nature path from the west through the valley of the Supramonte. Another nature trail comes from Cala Gonone and Cala Fuili from the north. Best access is by boat. Many chartered passenger motorcruisers ferry tourists up and down the coast daily. The tourist port of Arbatax offers the most choice of boat.
- Cala Sisine: A long and stoney beach set infront of a beautiful backdrop of rising green hills and valleys. The water is of a medium to rapid depth and is preferable to quite confident swimmers once beyond the reach of the bottom. There is a refreshment point and bar situated roughly 500m inland from the beach and is part of the 3hour nature trail that leads through the valleys of the Supramonte. Best access is by boat, with many chartered tourist boats available from the ports of Arbatax and Santa Maria Navarrese.
- Cala Biriola: A small stoney beach located between the Cave of the Figs and Cala Sisine, clear and rapid depth waters offer decent snorkelling and swimming. A nature trail is available and is best tackled with a guide as there are areas of technical difficulty along the way. Best access is by boat, chartered tours from Arbatax and Santa Maria Navarrese.
- Cala Mariolu: A small stoney beach with clear waters of rapid depth preferable to confident swimmers. Extended underwater rockage offers excellent snorkelling. The beach has best access by boat. A nature trail is availalbe but is best tackled with a guide as there are areas of technical difficulty along the way. There is a refreshment area but only in high season.
- Cala Goloritzè: A tight clean beach with clear, rapid depth waters preferable to confident swimmers. Great for snorkelling with plenty of rockage to explore. Access is by foot only as it is a conservation area. A nature trail leads down from the plains of Il Golgo to the beach itself, the walk lasting approx. 90 minutes. The return journey is more arduous as it is up-hill. There is a refreshment area at the start of the trail but NO refreshment area on the beach. A small fee is required for parking a car at the start of the trail. Although a beautiful place it is popular and so space on the beach can become limited.
- Pedralonga: The name refers to the impressively large pointy rock protruding from the water rather than any particular available beach. There are rocky bathing areas accessible by foot and boat, as well as a road with parking at the ocean end. For lovers of snorkelling and privacy, put in the initial tricky footwork on the rocky shore and you'll be rewarded with your own patch of hardcore Mediteranean beauty. For the more adventurous types a beautiful nature trail of approx. 90minutes is available from Santa Maria Navarrese.