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Cala Gavetta.
A fishing and tourist harbour which lies to the west of the town of La Maddalena.

Museo Archeologico Navale "Nino Lambroglia".
This is a naval museum dedicated to marine archaeology.

Porto Massimo.
A tourist harbour on the northern coast of the island, near Porto Lungo.

Guardia Vecchia.
This is the highest point on the whole island and here visitors can also admire the fortress of 'Forte S. Vittorio', built at the beginning of the nineteenth century.

The Panoramic Road.Caprera
The coast road round the island offers visitors an incredible scenic route which embraces one of the most beautiful coastlines in the whole Mediterranean.

Caprera.
This island lies to the east of the town of La Maddalena and is joined to the larger island by the Passo Moneta dam wall and a causeway. It is 600 m. long, with a surface area of 15.75 sq. km and a coastline stretching for 34 km.

Museo Garibaldino. Garibaldi's Tomb
The Garibaldi Museum occupies the "White House", the main building in the "Garibaldi Complex", which includes the structures and residential areas where Garibaldi lived and worked. One of the paths in the complex leads to Garibaldi's Tomb.

It is a simple sarcophagus formed by a large, rough granite boulder, beside which lie the tombs of his children.  

 

 
 

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