Cala Gabbiani should be considered an extension of the more famous"Cala Mariolu".
In fact, they are only divided by a small rocky cape that protects it from wind.
It is certainly as beautiful and, as it is less known, usually less crowded in high season. It owes its name to the thriving colony of seagulls where every night from sunset until the early morning swimmers reclaim the beach embroidering it with their footprints.
Cala Mariolu can be reached every day from June to September, with departures leaving throughout the morning and returning at around 16:00.