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Carloforte, Isola di San Pietro, Località Nassetta

Golden beaches alternate with wild cliffs

Of volcanic origin, the island of San Pietro is green and colourful thanks to a vegetation composed of pine forests, junipers and lentischio plants. In 51 square kilometres it includes all the Sardinian wonders, and along the 18 miles coast of alternating steep walls to the sea, desolated inlets shaped by the wind and coves bathed by transparent waters, scattered with rocks and islets.

There is plenty of choice for the beach lovers, given the numerous beaches available. The fine sand beaches are concentrated in the south area: Giunco, Girin, Puntanera, Guidi, Lucchese, Geniò, La Caletta. While in the north coast, the more barest and wildest, is characterized by the succession of indentations and high prominences, not to be missed: Cala Fico, Cala Vinagra, Capo Sandalo, Cala Mezzaluna, La conca and the cave of Punta delle Oche. Don’t forget that from the lighthouse of Capo Sandalo, farthestmost northwest, by night an imperious beam of light is originated, guiding the boats on their way to Gibraltar.