Aboard a train, on a small railway line that runs from Golfo Aranci along the northern coast of the promontory of Capo Figari, you will get to one of the most beautiful and distinctive beaches of the Gallura coast. A large beach with about 300 metres of fine white sand, surrounded by junipers and Mediterranean scrub: this is Cala Sabina, a few kilometres from the residential area of Golfo Aranci, the territory it falls within, and about twenty kilometres from Olbia. Its name has an unusual story and is the result of botanical confusion: the Phoenician juniper, which thrives around here, was mistaken for the Savin type. Another characterising element is the railway line, which was built in the 1960s, specifically to connect the residential area with the seaside resort that, until that moment, could only be reached by sea.