The Archipelago of the Seven Sisters where nature is a blaze of beauty and spontaneous where emotions bloom in light poems, like the brightness of tiny lightbulbs. An enchanting sea to look at and pleasant to live.
La Maddalena, the largest island of the Archipelago, with her beautiful beaches and waters by the extraordinary colours, a 5 star paradise and, the others … Caprera, Santo Stefano, Spargi, Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria, are not distant from that.
A sea full of aquatic plants, a shelter place for mussels, grouper, snapper, sea horses, lobsters, barracuda and dolphin colonies. One of the most fascinating sceneries of the Mediterranean sea, where the sailing champions from all-round the world participate of Regattas but also a simply sailing explorer can still discover pristine bays.
A beautiful Island, located in the north-east of Sardinia and defined in the 19th century as “ the little Paris”, it’s part of the Archipelago National Park and, in its interior contains about 60 Islands (for a total of 180 km of coastline and about 20.000 acres of land surface); over to it, are distinguished by their size, Caprera, Santo Stefano, Spargi, Budelli, Razzoli who, whit Santa Maria are called the “Seven Sisters”.
A popular destination for its natural beauty, particularly, for the presence of the uncontaminated emerald colour waters, benefiting tourism activities of this “Paradise Corner”. From the “Cala Gavetta” marine, a reference point for boaters, you can easily reach the nearby towns of Palau, Santa Teresa, Porto Rotondo, Porto Cervo and Corsica Island.