Houses for sale in Golfo Aranci
In Golfo Aranci we offer wonderful villas and prestigious apartments.
The luxury properties, all finely finished, overlook the crystalline sea of the area and are ideal for spending your holidays in the place but also for staying there all year round.
Choose your dream residence from the houses for sale in Golfo Aranci.
Elegant sea view apartment in Golfo Aranci
Golfo Aranci GA-066LM
da 650.000 a 850.000
99,85 Commercial Sm.
A sea view apartment in Golfo Aranci
Golfo Aranci GA-065LM
114,80 Commercial Sm.
Large apartment in a seafront residence
Golfo Aranci GA-064LM
da 500.000 a 650.000
126,60 Commercial Sm.
A seaside two-bedroom flat in Golfo Aranci
Golfo Aranci GA-077SB
68,00 Commercial Sm.
Two bedrooms flat in residence with swimming pool
Golfo Aranci GA-019LM
122,74 Commercial Sm.
First floor flat in residence with swimming pool
Golfo Aranci GA-018LM
85,60 Commercial Sm.
Golfo Aranci - Building plot in the centre
Golfo Aranci GA-123LM
from 850.000 to 1M
280,00 Commercial Sm.
Golfo Aranci - The Gulf of Crabs
As we would be led to think, Golfo Aranci does not owe its name to expanses of orange trees. The origin of the name is most likely due to a misinterpretation made by Piedmontese cartographers in the mid-twentieth century who transformed Gulfu di li Ranci, Golfo dei Granchi, into Golfo Aranci. Another hypothesis goes back to the name of sos Aranzos beach, located on the stretch of coast between Olbia and Golfo Aranci.
The promontory of Capo Figari and Guglielmo Marconi
The town stands on the peninsula overlooking the Gulf of Olbia and culminating in the promontory of Capo Figari.
This limestone promontory, characterized by high cliffs, is a beautiful open-air nature museum. The area is ideal for diving and trekking to admire all the beauty of the landscape and discover the treasures of the crystal clear sea.
Capo Figari is recognized as a Site of Community Importance (SCI) together with the Island of Figarolo and also has a historical importance: the promontory hosts the "Semaforo della Marina militare", also known as the Marconi Lighthouse. In 1932, it was precisely this famous structure that hosted the research and experiments on radio telephony carried out by Guglielmo Marconi who, from there, managed to connect by radio to Rome via the ship Elettra located in the sea of Golfo Aranci. This important result was celebrated some years ago by the realization of the sculpture Colonna di Luce.
MuMart and Mizar
Off the beaches of the Capo Figari promontory is the MuMart, a maritime museum of underwater contemporary art. The museum, which houses the installations of fourteen contemporary art artists, exhibits works by subjects related to the marine world anchored to the seabed at a depth ranging from 3 to 7 meters. The installations are immersed and surrounded by the local flora and fauna and offer visitors an exciting and unique experience. The museum can be visited both by snorkeling activities and organized excursions on board the semi-submersible Mizar I. Thanks to its large windows, from Mizar I it is possible to enjoy a 360° view of the museum's works and the entire seabed.
The five beaches
If you decide to buy one of the houses for sale in Golfo Aranci, you will have a wide choice of wonderful places to spend your days.
First of all the Five Beaches.
The Five Beaches are those near the city and are all characterized by white sand and crystal clear sea. The first, from which you can admire the island of Tavolara, is in the centre of the town and is divided from the second by a granite spur. The third is the largest and its emerald sea offers memorable plays of light. The fourth is in front of Capo Figari and is divided by the fifth, a small natural swimming pool, by a cliff. In addition to the city beaches, other natural, wild or equipped paradises await you.
Towards Olbia you can meet Cala Sassari, Cala Banana, Baia Caddinas or the beaches of Baia de Bahas.
Towards Porto Rotondo instead you will find the beach of Marinella.
Around Capo Figari, finally, the golden sandy beaches of Cala Sabina and Cala Moresca, as well as the pink pebble beach of Cala Greca.