Skip to content Skip to footer

Cala d’Alga

Cala d’Alga (seaweed cove) is located on the island of Spargi’s southwest coast and it’s famous for its shape, which reminds that of a witch’s head sculpted by the wind on the rocks. It takes its name from the countless layers of Mediterranean tapeweed that often cover a large part of the beach. The cove is characterized by a wild nature, pinkish rocks, thin sand, an emerald green sea and a rocky and deep seabed.

Montebello21 ✓ Alert No service available.

Montebello21 ✓ Alert During the high season there is a large number of private and tourist boats.

Montebello21 ✓ Alert It’s forbidden to light fires, collect or remove flora and fauna (terrestrial and marine), sand, rocks and shells. Administrative penalties, set by Regional Regulations and Navigation Code, start from a minimum of 500,00€. It’s forbidden to smoke and use single-use plastic on all the beaches of the Archipelago. Administrative penalties start from a minimum of 25,00€.

Montebello21 ✓ Anchor Boaters’ access to the beaches is only allowed by rowing boats, using the appropriate corridors and for the time necessary to disembark people or things.

Montebello21 ✓ Notice It should be noted the occasional presence of wasps and wild boars on the whole island, pay attention.

Montebello21 ✓ Notice For a serene and conscious holiday, please consult the National Park zoning map on the official website


La Maddalena


Cala d’Alga