Archipelago of Maddalena

Archipelago of Maddalena

The Maddalena is the biggest of the islands that compose the homonym Archipelago, formed by more than 60 islands and little islands, like Caprera, which can be reached by the bridge of Passo della Moneta, Santo Stefan in the south, Budelly, Razzoli, Spargi and Santa Maria in the south-west.
The Archipelago of Maddalena overwhelms visitors with its colors, scents, and intensive flavors. A natural gem where strips of the thinnest white sand are mirrored on emerald waters and paint heavenly scenes of a rare beauty.
Slowness is the queen of these places, an enlarged dimension that foretells that the daily noise has always been a far mirage. Its only knight is the west wind, which strongly rises the granite colossus to shape that, as guardians of an ancient universe, keep the ancient truths of this heavenly corner.

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