Cala Corsara

This beach can be found on the island of Spargi (situated to the west of La Maddalena). It is surrounded by granite rocks, which have been sculptured by the wind and the movement of the sea, and by lush Mediterranean scrub. The beach boasts fine, white sand and a beautiful emerald sea.

Spiaggia Rosa

This beach lies on the island of Budelli. It is a unique picture postcard, with its pink shoreline and deep emerald-green sea, set against a frame of granite rocks, which surround the beach. Not to be missed.

Cala Coticcio

This splendid and well-known inlet can be found on the east coast of the island of Caprera.
It is a small beach of fine, white sand, which lies before a magnificent emerald green sea.
The best way to visit this jewel is by boat.

Spiaggia Rada di Mezzo Schifo

Rada di Mezzo Schifo lies to the right of Porto Raphael. The word "schifo" means "boat" in Sardinian dialect. It is a small beach of fine, white sand, which lies before an emerald-green sea.
Besides its rare beauty, the beach is famous because in 1803 Admiral Nelson dropped anchor in this sheltered inlet as he waited to attack the French naval fleet.