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The marine parks

A journey through the major marine parks the north of Sardinia

The coasts of Sardinia, thanks to their paradisiacal beauty, are visited by a huge number of turists. In order to safeguard and preserve the coastline, several parks have been set up all over the island, designed to protect and preserve their extraordinary Landscapes.
Concerning the coasts of the North, three major parks have to be reported.
 
"A journey through the major marine parks the north of Sardinia."
 
Archipelago of La Maddalena National Park:
Archipelago of La Maddalena, national park from 1994, is an area of extraordinary beauty, which covers an area of about 12,000 hectares, with 180 kilometers of coastline.
It comprises numerous islands and islets, lapped by crystal clear water and surrounded by the Mediterranean bush.
Numerous daily excursions will lead you in their surprising discovery.
For those spending their holiday in the northern Sardinia, it is a destination not to be missed.
The Marine Reserve of Tavolara island and Capo Coda Cavallo:
The marine reserve of Tavolara island and Capo Coda Cavallo, emerges from the water like a majestic massive limestone covered with luxuriant vegetation.
Located in the north east of Sardinia, close to Porto San Paolo,it shall be considered one of the most beautiful coastal tract in Sardinia. Its surface area is 10.5 square kilometers including also the minor islands (Molara and Molarotto) and its height reaches 500 meters. Its coastline, lapped by clear cobalt blue waters, are full of bays where the Mediterranean maquis, consisting of junipers and strawberry trees, and extends itself right down to the beach. It is a favorite destination for the divers from all over the world, for the richness of itsseabed, and has become Marine Protected Area in 1997.