NORTH-EAST SARDINIA AND SOUTH CORSICA

NORTH-EAST SARDINIA AND SOUTH CORSICA

Leaving from Olbia

The North-eastern side of Sardinia is called Costa Smeralda, an exclusive destination known for nice food, fashion, nightlife and wonderful landscapes. Only a few hours away from the luxurious Costa Smeralda, the wild and quiet Southern Corsica is full of small and silent inlets, peaceful lagoons and verdant coasts.

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Olbia

The city overlooks the beautiful gulf protecting Tavolara marine reserve and giving access to Costa Smeralda. The city center is Sardinia’s hotspot for transport and commerce. Olbia holds the ancient and precious heritage of Neolitic civilizations.

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Caprera

Connected to La Maddalena by a bridge built in 1958, Caprera is famous for having hosted Giuseppe Garibaldi. With its wild coasts, granitic rocks, pine groves and flat sweeping verdant lands, Caprera is a stopover not to be missed. Among the most beautiful beaches, there are Cala Napoletana, Cala Garibaldi and Cala Serena with its white sand beach.

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La Maddalena

45 kilometers of fascinating landscapes, granites, porphyries, white sand beached and turquoise waters. La Maddalena is the main island from which the whole archipelago and the natural reserve take their name.

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Spargi

Due to its granitic soil that makes it steep and wild, the island is uninhabited. Close to Spargi is its ‘smaller sister’ Spargiotto, an uncontaminated heaven full of attractions such as Spargi’s shipwreck, an ancient Roman 35-meter ship, as well as the Washington’s shoal. During the twentieth century’s World Wars, the island was a military base camp.

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Piana Island

Piana island is located in the South western Sardinia and is part of the Sulcis archipelago. This island is a natural reserve and home of many protected species, such as the Hawk Queen.

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Bonifacio

Bonifacio, in the Southern coast of Corsica, overlooks the homonymous strait that divides Corsica form Sardinia. This city is built upon a fiord peaking on the sea and it is full of small churches and monuments, heritage of its ancient history.

POINT OF INTERESTS

Each cirlce represents a potential stop

Each place is a treasure to be discovered and explored. Click on each circle to know what it hides.

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Olbia

The city overlooks the beautiful gulf protecting Tavolara marine reserve and giving access to Costa Smeralda. The city center is Sardinia’s hotspot for transport and commerce. Olbia holds the ancient and precious heritage of Neolitic civilizations.

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Caprera

Connected to La Maddalena by a bridge built in 1958, Caprera is famous for having hosted Giuseppe Garibaldi. With its wild coasts, granitic rocks, pine groves and flat sweeping verdant lands, Caprera is a stopover not to be missed. Among the most beautiful beaches, there are Cala Napoletana, Cala Garibaldi and Cala Serena with its white sand beach.

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La Maddalena

45 kilometers of fascinating landscapes, granites, porphyries, white sand beached and turquoise waters. La Maddalena is the main island from which the whole archipelago and the natural reserve take their name.

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Spargi

Due to its granitic soil that makes it steep and wild, the island is uninhabited. Close to Spargi is its ‘smaller sister’ Spargiotto, an uncontaminated heaven full of attractions such as Spargi’s shipwreck, an ancient Roman 35-meter ship, as well as the Washington’s shoal. During the twentieth century’s World Wars, the island was a military base camp.

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Piana island

Piana island is located in the South western Sardinia and is part of the Sulcis archipelago. This island is a natural reserve and home of many protected species, such as the Hawk Queen.

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Bonifacio

Bonifacio, in the Southern coast of Corsica, overlooks the homonymous strait that divides Corsica form Sardinia. This city is built upon a fiord peaking on the sea and it is full of small churches and monuments, heritage of its ancient history.

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