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Tavolara

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Patrizia
Patrizia
October 27, 2019
The Spiaggia Spalmatore di Terra on the island of Tavolara is one of the largest beaches on the island of Tavolara, in the north-east of Sardinia. The beach "Spalmatore di Terra" has a light copper tending to pink beach, with small grains of sand and a crystal clear sea that takes on the shades of…
Salvatore
Salvatore
July 29, 2019
Tavolara Island - go there by boat from Porto San Paolo and have a light lunch at the beach restaurant.
Pino
Pino
July 24, 2018
Protected marine area with breathtaking beaches. To be visited absolutely. It is possible to reach it with a rental boat or countercrafts departing from Porto San Paolo.
Margherita
Margherita
June 27, 2018
Lots of beautifull places !to discover
Roberta & Paolo
Roberta & Paolo
May 29, 2018
take a private boat from Porto San paolo and Enjoy a Tavolara island!

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Beach
“The most famous beach of San Teodoro in one of the most beautiful natural contexts of the Mediterranean, reachable on foot from the northern outskirts of the town. La Cinta creates a five-kilometre-long arch of thin white sand dunes that gently slope down, without rocks, into a clear blue sea, scented with juniper, sea lily and helichrysum, which adorn a landscape that has remained untouched despite being very popular. Its seabed is shallow and clear: it is a beach loved by families with children, young people and nature lovers. La Cinta overlooks, towards the sea, the marine area of Punta Coda Cavallo - island of Tavolara, which stands with its imposing profile almost opposite the bay, and inland on the lagoon of San Teodoro. Thanks to its environmental variety, it is a shining corner of biodiversity where the relaxation of the sea and the taste for adventure are combined. It is the ideal place for long walks. You will admire aspects of great interest related to birdlife and birdwatching: coots, fraticelli, red herons and mallards live undisturbed in the lagoon. If you want to see the pink flamingos up close, you'll be amazed here: many people live in the brackish waters behind the dunes. The beach is equipped with all services: parking, tourist information point - to organize itineraries in the area - beach bar, rental of bathing equipment, canoes and skates, boat trips and fishing trips, water sports, sailing and kite surfing school. For this exciting speciality there is an area dedicated to fans of active holidays (the kite zone).”
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Beach
“One of the most beautiful beaches in all nord Sardinia. Called a small Tahiti - white sand and crystal clear water. Please note that there is parking on extra pay. I recommend to rent paddle board at the beach. It is amazing experience :)”
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Natural Feature
“This island forms part of the marine preserve along with Tavolara and the Coda Cavallo peninsula. Molara island is round in shape and can only be visited on request as it is privately owned.”
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Natural Feature
“Sardinia is a land to be explored especially with excursions, following nature trails and entering the hinterland to grasp the sense of an island that has no comparison in the rest of the world. Behind the village of San Teodoro stands an imposing mountain, Monte Nieddu, whose peak reaches 970 meters above sea level, a challenge for those who are passionate about hiking or mountain biking, because the view from above amply repays the effort needed to reach the summit. Nieddu, in Sardinian, means black and this name derives from the dark vegetation that covers the mountain, but the landscape that you meet going up to Mount Nieddu is very heterogeneous: forests of oaks, cork oaks, the characteristic fauna (including wild boar, ravens, peregrine falcon and golden eagle), the scent of oleander and juniper make up a scenario of pure beauty. The nature trails are also recommended for families with children who can easily reach Vedetta Palemonti, a vantage point from which to admire the Marine Area of Tavolara and continue in the direction of the natural waterfalls of Rio Petrisconi. The water, over the centuries, has dug the granite of the rock creating natural pools where you can swim, in other words Monte Nieddu gives you the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the wonders of the Gallura landscape. ”
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Establishment
“The ‘nuraghe’ is a type of stone construction present on the whole territory of Sardinia. Therebare about seven thousand scattered throughout the island, but probabily in the past were more. One of the most special is called Riu Mulinu and its location is really striking: is located on a rocky peak overlooking the Gulf of Olbia, 246 meters above sea level. It dates back to 1300-1200 b.C.”
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Emplacement
Sardinia, 07026