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The island of La Maddalena, is the largest of the archipelago of the same name located in the North Eastern part of Sardinia.
Rich in coves, beaches and inlets on the coast, inside you can admire a gentle hilly landscape.
La Maddalena Archipelago wheelchair accessible tours, is one of the most fascinating places in Sardinia and a strategic starting point for visiting the other islands of the archipelago and the beautiful beaches in the area.
Here are the most comfortable means to reach this earthly paradise.
The coasts of the island are 45 kilometers long and are home to beautiful inlets characterized by granite and porphyry that accentuate their beauty, giving them an exotic character.
The landscape of La Maddalena is suggestive and the best way to appreciate it is to take the Spalmatore Road which extends for about twenty kilometers following the profile of the coast.
The Maddalena Archipelago is an obligatory stop on a self-respecting two week itinerary in Sardinia.
No words are needed in front of its colors, its beauty, that corner of paradise.
Since 1994 La Maddalena Archipelago have been part of a marine and terrestrial protected area of national and community interest, the Maddalena Archipelago National Park, an integral part of the Bocche di Bonifacio Nature Reserve.
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Touring La Maddalena Archipelago
Visiting La Maddalena Archipelago can start where the ferries arriving from Palau dock and walking through alleys and stairways you will arrive in a few minutes in Piazza Garibaldi.
Almost always animated by the comings and goings between the shops and the chatter in the cafes, it is a first opportunity for refreshment.
A look at the parish Church of Santa Maria Maddalena where there is also a crucifix donated by Admiral Nelson before the battle of Trafalgar, in 1805.
Afterwards, go straight to the charming little port of Cala Gavetta, one of the most fascinating sea views of the village.
From here you can go back to the seafront along Via Amendola to reach Umberto I Square.
The spaces are dominated by the buildings of the Navy Command, but what catches the eye is the opening of the perspective on the open sea.
What can be defined as the classic tour of La Maddalena is at the top of the list.
If you follow the road counterclockwise, you will come across the Nino Lamboglia Museum in the first section, inaugurated in 1982 and dedicated to underwater archeology.
The museum contains the finds of a Roman ship that was wrecked in 120 BC near the Island of Spargi and others recovered in the waters of the archipelago.
A reconstruction of the hull contains a considerable number of amphorae arranged according to the stowage method used by the Romans.
Nails, tiles, fragments of the lining forming part of the hull and tools on board or equipment of the crew illustrate the life of the sailors and the methods of navigation.
Caprera is the second largest island.
It is connected to La Maddalena by a bridge-dam.
The island is known for being the home of Giuseppe Garibaldi for over 20 years.
His white house, in South American fazenda style, is now a museum that can be visited and a destination for many tourists.
One of the most beautiful coves is located right on this island.
Cala Coticcio, a real natural paradise and considered one of the most beautiful coves in Italy.
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