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La Maddalena is an Italian town of 11,433 inhabitants in the province of Olbia-Tempio, from the archipelago consists of seven main islands (La Maddalena, Caprera, Santo Stefano, Spargi, Budelli, Santa Maria and Razzoli) and other islands minors.
Monuments and places of interest
La Maddalena and the entire archipelago are included in the National Park of La Maddalena, a protected marine and terrestrial national interest and community.
Renowned tourist destination, has in its territory many beaches, such as the famous pink sand beach, sandy shore to maximum environmental protection located northwest of the Archipelago island of Budelli, famous for being the set of the film The Red Desert by Michelangelo Antonioni.
The archipelago is also known for being the final resting place of the Hero of Two Worlds, Giuseppe Garibaldi, who built at Caprera the famous “White House”, now Home Museum open to the public and where you can visit the tomb where it rests.
Beach tourism and natural thanks to the marine park borders, certainly represents the future of this archipelago. La Maddalena is renowned worldwide for its beaches and for the clarity and transparency of its waters reminiscent of the Caribbean. The most important beaches are:
- Bassa Trinita
- Capocchia du Purpu
- Monti d’a Rena (which it takes its name from the mountain of sand on the right side)
- Carlotto (Cala Francese)
- Cala Lunga