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Pristine landscapes of an environmental oasis: suggestive itineraries in five protected marine areas, almost eighty thousand hectares of coastal and marine territory, including breathtaking backdrops
An itinerary immersed in wonderful landscapes sculpted by the wind
The Archipelago of La Maddalena is a group of islands located in the north-eastern part of Sardinia. This area of the is much appreciated by pleasure boaters and not only, given the incredible natural beauty of which these islands are rich and crystal clear emerald waters. The archipelago is part of a national park that covers an area of around 20,000 hectares. For recreational activities and scuba diving, it is essential to request specific authorizations that are issued by the body that manages the national park. The islands of the archipelago have geomarine conditions of high value and naturalistic interest, thanks also to the fact that they are historically sparsely inhabited (La Maddalena is the only permanently inhabited island), so much so that their environmental value has remained practically intact.
Cala di Volpe, in Costa Smeralda, is an extensive inlet that includes some of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia and beyond. It is located about 1 mile from Cala dei Sardi heading north. The area offers the opportunity to enjoy splendid white beaches (Liscia Ruja or Long Beach, Capriccioli and La Celvia) immersed in the blue sea, with shallow waters and transparent water, in a territory perfumed by the Mediterranean maquis of the hinterland. Cala di Volpe is one of the destinations of luxury tourism, a favorite destination of the national and international jet set. It is surprising to see the amount of mega-yachts moored in Cala di Volpe between July and August, a destination for luxury nautical tourism.
Bonifacio, located in the southern part of Corsica is the southernmost town in France, is just 3 hours sailing from Marina Cala dei Sardi. The city is nestled on the limestone cliffs, a fantastic white cliff shaped by the wind that drops steeply down to the sea at a height of 70 meters. Bonifacio's fame as a pleasure port is very well known in the Mediterranean, you must necessarily give yourself a visit to the old city, protected by the medieval citadel, with its steep and narrow alleys, with enchanting squares, churches and unforgettable views (from the citadel you can admire the entire panorama of the coast - a breathtaking view). Then on the coast, near Bonifacio, there are various caves and small beaches that can be reached from the sea.
Tavolara is an island located about 20 miles from Cala dei Sardi to the south. The island emerges from the sea with vertical walls, looks like a mountain of granite and limestone with a height of more than 500 meters. The island is a paradise for all diving enthusiasts, its waters are rich in colors and underwater life. There are also various pristine beaches, a small quay for the landing of rafts and two excellent typical restaurants. South of Tavolara there are two other small islands that deserve a stop: Molara and Molarotto.
Mortorio Island is located about a mile from Cala dei Sardi heading east. Many species of birds nest on the island, including the Corsican gull and the peregrine falcon. The island is an area with integral environmental protection, the beaches are beautiful, and not least is the splendid cliff, so it is not surprising that the island of Mortorio is a destination for many boats. In front of Mortorio, the island of Soffi, with its crystal clear water but with insidious seabed.