Spargi a wild and beautiful island

The island of Spargi is part of the La Maddalena Archipelago National Park and is of wild and unique beauty. Sandy coves and cliffs plunging into the turquoise sea like the colours of children’s markers. Indeed, on this island, it is the colour contrasts that are breathtaking.

White beaches and red beaches

Paradise is here. White sandy beaches that are easy to forget. The reflections of the sea are turquoise, light blue, blue. The bays are one more beautiful than the other: Cala Corsara, the luminous Cala Soraya, Cala Conneri (also known as Cala dell’Amore), Cala della Strega and Cala Granara. And again, to the west, Cala Pietranera to the north and Cala Piscioli.

Spargi wild and beautiful island
Spargi a wild and beautiful island

How to get to Spargi

The island can be reached by boat, but it must be authorised. There are private boats for hire and guided tours departing from Costa Smeralda, La Maddalena Island, Santo Stefano Island, Palau and Santa Teresa Gallura.

Visiting Spargi in the interior is impossible because it is invaded by typical Mediterranean vegetation such as rosemary and juniper. The seabed is rich and ideal for snorkelling. From beautiful white beaches to reddish beaches such as Cala Canniccio with reddish-grained sand.

island of Spargi
island of Spargi

Spargi what to see

There is still evidence of the Second World War on the island, such as Fort Zanotto. At the Naval Archaeological Museum on the island of La Maddalena, it is possible to see the skeleton of a 2nd century BC Roman honorary ship found in 1939 in Cala Corsara, at a depth of 18 metres.

The island is uninhabited. The only inhabitant was a bandit who, falsely accused, took refuge on the island but, once exonerated, never wanted to leave it again!

So if you want to see what paradise on earth could be like, you’d better visit the island of Spargi.

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