10. From Palau or La Maddalena: Maddalena Archipelago Boat Tour
Discover the islands and beaches of the Maddalena archipelago on this boat tour that takes off from the Palau Marina. Visit Cala Corsara and Cala Granara on Spargi Island, Spiaggia Rosa (Pink Beach) and the Cavalieri Beach on Budelli Island, and Porto Madonna and Cala Coticcio on Caprera Island.
Departure From Palau & La MaddalenaFrom the meeting point at the Palau Marina, head to La Maddalena for a 15-minute stop at the Medaglie d’Oro in Via Amendola. At the end of boarding, leave towards Spargi Island.
Enjoy traveling on a modern boat with state-of-the-art equipment and experienced staff that will guarantee a safe trip. Enjoy on-board services, a kitchen, double living room, restaurant bar, large solarium, and two bathrooms.
Spargi Island: Cala GranaraThe first stop of the cruise is Cala Granara, a beach located on the southern coast of Spargi Island and only accessible from the sea.
It is made up of four small beaches adorned by small dunes on which rare and endemic plants gain space. On the western side stands a rock that takes the name of Testa della Strega.
Enjoy approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes of free time to swim the crystal-clear waters and enjoy unspoiled natural landscapes. During this time, lunch will be served on board. Afterward, set off again towards the northern side of the archipelago.
Budelli Island: Spiaggia di Cavallieri, Spiaggia RosaArrive at the Cavalieri Beach (Spiaggia di Cavallieri) on the island of Budelli.
This beach is located inside the Porto Madonna (a real natural pool) and is characterized by thin white sand facing a clear sea. Its crystalline waters make it a favorite destination.
From the Cavalieri, it is possible to reach and visit the Spiaggia Rosa (Pink Beach). See the unique pink sand while making sure to pay attention to the rules of environmental protection.
Paduleddi IsletsWhile sailing to Caprera Island, pass the Paduleddi Islets: Punta Presa Cavalli, Cala Santa Maria, Barrettini, and Corcelli. The latter is a small island on the east of Santa Maria and houses a small black light that stands on the highest part.
Caprera: Cala CoticcioThe last stop takes you to one of the most beautiful bays of the archipelago. Located on the northern part of the eastern side of Caprera.
Its location, close to the heights and stuck between steep cliffs, forms an evocative setting and makes it one of the beaches better sheltered from the west winds. Enjoy a dip in the blue-green sea of the bay in the company of numerous fish.
Return to Palau & La MaddalenaThe first return stop will be in Palau and the second one, after 15 minutes, in La Maddalena.