Its beach is orange and pink in colour, the result of the spectacular wall of limestone scree around it - there are no other cases like this on the Island - and the surface layer of pink grains from sand replenishment. The sea that opens up before the beach is crystal clear, reflecting shades of turquoise and emerald green, while Mediterranean greenery covers the rocky ‘belt’, adding a further touch of colour to the landscape. Sos Dorroles is an ‘unusual’ beach on the coast of Cala Gonone, a coastal village in the municipality of Dorgali that stands out almost in the centre of the Gulf of Orosei. The seabed at the cove slopes gently out to sea and is particularly popular with underwater fishing and snorkelling enthusiasts thanks to its transparent waters and rich fish fauna.