The Archipelago of La Maddalena forms 180 km of coastal area and hosts some of the most popular and appealing beaches in the Mediterranean; in particular, Spiaggia Rosa and Spiaggia del Cavaliere in Budelli, Cala Coticciu, Cala Napoletana and Relitto in Caprera, Cala Corsara and Cala Granara in Spargi. On La Maddalena island we can’t leave out Bassa Trinita and its white sand dunes, as well as Monti da Rena or Punta Tegge’s cliff.

The landscape is unique thanks to its characteristic inlets and coves, which create plenty of extensive, natural landing places. They always ensure safety for people sailing there, under any weather conditions. These inlets are responsible for the unique colour of the seawater and have contributed to the Archipelago’s fame all over the world: porto della Madonna, Cala Corsara, Cala Lunga on Razzoli island, Santa Maria, Cala Coticciu. Despite being inhabited since time immemorial, as shown by the prehistoric sites of Spargi and Santo Stefano, the Archipelago was also frequented during the Roman period. As a matter of fact, the Romans extracted stony material for building columns and other objects.

La Maddalena Island

Caprera Island

Spargi Island

Budelli Island

S. Stefano Island

S. Maria Island

Razzoli Island

Nibani, Soffi e Mortorio Islands