Its name is linked to the giunchi (meaning rushes) that populate the nearby marshy areas and it is no coincidence that unspoilt nature is the recurring theme along this stretch of coast between Portisco and the inlet of Petra Ruja, in the territory of Olbia. In reality, Cala Razza di Giunco has four beaches, including promontories, islets and fjords, creating a spectacular setting, nestled between the pink granite rocks. The beaches alternate white sand and golden sand, sometimes with pebbles, while the crystal clear sea will strike you with its deep blue and emerald green reflections. The shallow waters make it suitable for children, but it is also a destination for snorkelling enthusiasts and it is populated by numerous species of fish near the shore.