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Cala Granara

Cala Granara is divided into two parts by a small rocky promontory on the island of Spargi’s east coast. It’s a suggestive beach, with one of the most beautiful sandy shores in the whole Archipelago of La Maddalena. Its soft, sandy dunes are covered by a lush Mediterranean scrub: wild junipers, helichrysum and rosemary flowers surround all the bay. The sea that caresses the beach has a splendid light blue color, with brilliant and transparent waters and a vast sandy seabed.

Montebello21 ✓ Alert No service available.

Montebello21 ✓ Alert In high season there are many 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 Granara