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Sardinia: enchanting Sardinia, the sea of La Maddalena with the color of mint

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b2ap3_thumbnail_IMG_1666.JPGMy dear friends welcome to My Own Italy to discover Italy with my personal touch!.

 

Today our travel to Italy is in Sardinia, a wild and magic land, where we'll enjoy an incredible point of view of our Country: Cala Spalmatore in La Maddalena Island.

 

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 Located in the north-east of La Maddalena, Cala Spalmatore is very protected from the wind, thanks to the presence of headlands made up by spectacular pink granite rocks, where three beaches of golden sand. offer themselves in all of their enchanting beauty

 

  b2ap3_thumbnail_IMG_1664.JPGThe wide sea has a magnificent blue-green backdrop, unique and extraordinary.

La Maddalena is one of the islands that make up the archipelago of the same name, located along the coast of Gallura to this island, the only permanently inhabited since the foundation in 1770, join the islands of Caprera, reached across the bridge of the "Passo della Moneta" , and also Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria to the north, while Spargi Island is situated in the south.

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Cala Spalmatore, placed close to two headlands that shelter it from the wind, it is formed by a cream-colored sand beach, with a sea of ​​shallow water. It is framed by green Mediterranean shrub and is enriched, as mentioned, with beautiful granite rocks of a pale pink color.

 When the panoramic road turns to the right you can see Cala Spalmatore: the panorama that you can enjoy here makes the heart beat, as the color of the water is of superb beauty, here turquoise and there, at some points, emerald green. The water is clear as crystal, so that it seems to be able to touch the rocks that naughty peek out from the bottom.

b2ap3_thumbnail_IMG_1675.JPG Stop watching is not enough: the water is so clear and beautiful that it is impossible to resist the urge to dive in; and you almost are tempted to drink it, because its color reminds the fresh and tasty mint granita.

A unique landscape that attracts many tourists, fascinated by its beauty, approach their car and stop, going to watch a beauty that enchants.

Above the beach, from the "Guardia del Turco", you can admire the panorama that includes the west coast of La Maddalena and the western part of the island of Caprera.

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You can reach Cala Spalmatore going along the main road that connects the city of La Maddalena and the center of the island, along via Guadiagellone and follow the signs for Trinity until you find the signal after passing the beach of Forte Holy Trinity. Access is easy, thanks to the scenic road that runs the entire Island.

 For me it was a truly unique experience. I'm sure that will enchant you too ... Leisure me: this is my tourism!

 

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