La Madallena – Where the Sky meets the Sea!
The islands of La Maddalena, the best kept secret on earth! Turquoise lagoons, deserted islands and the most heavenly beaches in Europe. With barely a footprint to spoil them!
The Caribbean of the Mediterranean, suspended between Sardinia and Corsica this small collection of seven islands has the clearest waters and the most spectacular beaches in Europe.
La Maddalena is the largest town in the Maddalena archipelago, it is full of colourful eighteenth century buildings, narrow streets and all paved with granite slabs coming from the numerous active quarries in the past (now inactive) and rich granite.
Rich in history, architecture, secret covers and incredible beaches, the wild and immaculate nature of the islands has resulted in resulted in them becoming the La Maddalena Archipelago National Park.
Cala Spalmatore is the perfect beach for diving, swimming or just relaxing on a fine, white sand. Shallow waters, with stunning Pink rocks, make this beach the ideal location for fun.
Connected to La Madellena by bridge, this island has been declared a natural reserve for the resident seabirds, the royal seagull, cormorant and peregrine falcon, among other wildlife, which make it’s the perfect island for exploring and adventure. It also includes the Cala Serena, which is famous for being the most romantic beach in the world!
An authentic natural paradise. Perfectly integrated in the beautiful Madallena Islands, with the characteristic pink granite rocks that catching the eye and the beautiful clear waters ideal for diving, snorkelling and exploring.
The beach of Cala Drappo is a half-moon of light-coloured stones and pebbles which plays with a splendid sea, whose colours range from blue to green. In the background, the beach is edged by rounded pink rocks
Cala Corsara the most spectacular beach in the Mediterranean accessible only by sea, a true adventure and privacy guaranteed.
Reachable only by sea, The beach of Cala Lunga is located in a creek to the south of the island of Razzoli, at the Bocche di Bonifacio, and it is characterized by very thin white sand, and a crystal clear sea.
The Madallena’s – The Caribbean of the Mediterranean!