Caprera is the second largest island of the archipelago, as well as a fully protected area. Easily accessible from the island of La Maddalena, crossing a bridge of 600 meters.
Caprera is the second largest island of the archipelago, as well as a fully protected area. Easily accessible from the island of La Maddalena, along a 600-meter bridge, Caprera hides naturalistic pearls of timeless charm, such as Cala Coticcio, Cala Andreani and the splendid beach of the Relitto.
Cala Coticcio is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful coves in the Maddalenino national park. Its thin, white sand, almost dazzling, and the shades of the crystalline sea, framed by pink rocks, justify its reputation as Sardinian ‘Tahiti’.
The ‘Sardinian Tahiti’ is certainly not the only coastal pearl of Caprera: not far to the south-east is Cala Portese, another pride of the island, and the splendid beach of the Relitto, characterized by fine white sand and the skeleton of a ship ancient on the shore. To the west, don’t miss the blue waters of Cala Napoletana, the wild nature of Cala Garibaldi and the expanse of clear sand of Cala Serena. After a dip in paradise, in Caprera a visit to the residence of the Hero of the two worlds who spent the last 26 years of his life here is a must.