An island on the island: welcome to the La Maddalena Archipelago, small in size and big for its beauties. We have chosen to live in this paradise and we want to share it with you.
The La Maddalena Archipelago is made up of 8 main islands: La Maddalena, Caprera, Santo Stefano, Spargi, Spargiotto, Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria and about sixty islands and islets that characterize the uniqueness and beauty of this territory.
How to get there: located in the north east of the mother island of Sardinia, on the border with Corsica. La Maddalena is easily reached from the marina of Palau. The crossing with the ferry that also carries the cars takes twenty minutes. The frequency of the races is every quarter of an hour during the day and every hour during the night.
The territory: La Maddalena Archipelago is home to the first National Park of Sardinia since 1994, the only one in Italy consisting of the whole territory of a single municipality. The town of La Maddalena, located on the southern side of the island of the same name, is the only “inhabited corner” of the Archipelago. Except for the Borgo di Stagnali in Caprera (20 houses in all) and some villas on the island of Santa Maria.
The island of Caprera is connected to La Maddalena by a bridge, all other islands can be reached only by sea. For lovers of trekking, in Caprera, throughout the year you can take advantage of the trail network restored by the Park Authority, the poster design is recognizable because it is uniform to that proposed by the CAI, present throughout the country..