The Golfo di Arzachena (Gulf of Arzachena) is located in the north-east of Sardinia, located in the historical region of the Gallura.
Several locations and villages of great tourist importance and interest as Baia Sardinia, Cala Bitta, Tanca Manna and Cannigione are here.
The Gulf of Arzachena has the form similar to a long Fiord.
Rio San Giovanni, it flows into the Gulf of Arzachena and thus forms the wetlands Stagni di Salonimolto of particular importance, and very interesting from the naturalistic point of view.
Often, the Gulf of Arzachena is named as the Gulf of Cannigione.
In its vicinity there is plenty of evidence of "prenuragic" and "nuragic" history.
A clear indication of how important this area the culture was.