The Archipelago of La Maddalena

Rugged granite cliffs and craggy cliffs in the north of Sardinia rise up out of the crystal-clear turquoise waters of the Mediterranean and form together the fascinating archipelago of La Maddalena, the most beautiful islands that Sardinia offers its visitors.

On the northern shore of Sardinia dozen islands and seven larger islands, affectionately called the seven sisters, form the archipelago of La Maddalena. Due to the low depth of the sea and the bright seabed of granite sand, the sea glows incredibly azure. Depending on the incidence of light, the islands are bathed in a wondrous turquoise, emerald green and a rich cobalt blue.

Small secluded bays and beaches invite you to relax and linger under the warm Sardinian sun. A particularly exciting experience is the Spiaggia Rosa, the pink beach. The rosy tiny fragments of moss animals bathe the beach in an exceptionally lustrous color. The numerous beaches of the islands are connected by clear seas and provide an unforgettable holiday of pure relaxation and recreation.

Mother Nature has created along with the change in the colours of the ocean and the exceptional beauty of the islands a stunning landscape that is well worth discovering. Near the coasts in shallow waters shoals of dolphins and tuna enchants visitors. Rolling hills and valleys cross the interior of the green islands of the archipelago near Corsica. A mixture of the most intense, maritime colors and scents of wild herbs, bay leaf, myrtle and broom ensure a unique fragrant experience.