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Cala d’Inferno

Cala d’Inferno (hell), on the island of La Maddalena’s west side, is renowned for its wild appearance and the Mistral that blows there, creating large waves. The beach is made of golden sand with rocks on the shore, while the sea has a beautiful green color with a rocky bottom that gets almost immediately deep.

Montebello21 ✓ Alert No service available.

Montebello21 ✓ Alert Dirt path about 1km long not suitable for everyone, it’s recommended to have water supplies and comfortable shoes.

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


La Maddalena


Cala d’Inferno