Choosing a holiday home for rent in Golfo Aranci is a good decision if you are looking for a holiday on a human scale.

In fact, this enchanting town overlooking the gulf of the same name has maintained a holiday dimension that is still of a familiar and genuine type. The liveliness of the center, the small streets adjacent to the port and the beauty of the complex of beaches that are within this municipality make it an increasingly popular destination. This is for those looking for contact with nature, for those seeking tranquility.

Golfo Aranci: the areas to consider for your rental home

The municipality extends from the area adjacent to the coast of Pittulongu, with beaches facing south east up to Marinella, which is located on the opposite side of the peninsula that includes Golfo Aranci.

The areas can therefore be divided into:

  1. Area south of Golfo Aranci, with the towns of Nodu Pianu, Terrata, Spiaggia Bianca. Here there are numerous often well-kept residences that have an extraordinary view of the Gulf
  2. Baia Caddinas, which instead presents an urbanization more similar to that of a small town, with many independent or semi-detached houses and the facing beach
  3. The village of Golfo Aranci, which offers various possibilities for renting houses all less than 500m from the sea
  4. The hinterland, with beautiful villas often with breathtaking views overlooking the sea
  5. The tourist complex of Marinella, facing north and overlooking the gulf of the same name.

Renting a Golfo Aranci holiday home, what to consider:

  1. It is close to Olbia, which is only 20 minutes away by car and can also be reached by train
  2. It has its own passenger and boat port, with direct connections to Livorno
  3. In addition to the traditional activities related to the sea, it allows the possibility of making beautiful trekking in the area of Cala Moresca
  4. An excellent sea quality, as evidenced by the permanent presence of numerous families of dolphins

One thing you don’t know about Golfo Aranci:

The name is a misinterpretation of mid-20th century cartographers: the original name was Gulfu di li Ranci, ‘gulf of crabs’, which became Golfo Aranci.