Spargi is a beautiful wild island, made of granite rocks and high and jagged cliffs. However, it also has different beaches at the eastern side.
Cala Corsara, Cala Connari, Cala Granara and many other creeks are framed by unique vegetation and have white sand beaches and emerald water that form the showmanship of this island, showing itself to tourists as an authentic corner of paradise.
Spargi is the third biggest island of the Archipelago of the Maddalena and has an 11 km long coast.
What dazzles about Spargi are the fortifications on the northern side, overlooking the sea, and camouflaged between the enormous granite rocks and the thick scrub that characterized the entire island.