Caprera

Caprera

Caprera is the second biggest island of the Archipelago, as well as a completely protected area. Easily reachable from the Maddalena island, walking a 600 meters bridge, Caprera hides natural pearls of untimely beauty, like Cala Coticcio, Cala Andreani and the beautiful beach of the Relict. Cala Coticcio is without a doubt one of the most beautiful coves of the Maddalenian national park. Its fine and candid sand, almost dazzling, and the crystal shades of the sea, framed by the pink rock cliffs, justify its fame as the Sardinian Tahiti.
The ‘Sardinian Tahiti’ isn’t the only coast pearl of Caprera: not far south-east, there is Cala Portese, one more pride for the island, and the beautiful beach of the Relict, characterized by the white and thin sand and the skeleton of an ancient ship on the shore. To the west, there is the unmissable light blue water of Cala Napoletana, the wild nature of Cala Garibaldi and the light sand of Cala Serena. After a jump in the water, the visit of the residence of the Hero of Two Worlds in Caprera is unmissable. He spent the last 26 years of his life there.

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