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La Maddalena is a small archipelago located in North-East of Sardinia and constituted of 7 main islands and numerous islets, most of them uninhabited. A National Park since 1994, La Maddalena is famous for its white sandy beaches, its rocky granitic terrain and its numerous coves and small bays with crystal-clear waters.

It's really the perfect place to discover some of the Mediterranean's most beautiful beaches, and unsurprisingly it is a favourite with boating enthusiasts. With such clear waters, the beauty also lies underwater: the archipelago is home to stunning sealife with a great variety of underwater landscapes and fauna, making it a great place for scuba-diving with more than 30 dive sites accessible to divers of all levels.

For those who are not certified scuba-divers, snorkeling is also a rewarding experience in La Maddalena. And after a busy day in the water, why not discover the many local delicacies in the beautiful traditional towns of La Maddalena, Moneta or Palau?

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        La Maddalena: What to do when you get there?

        La Maddalena is a small archipelago located in North-East of Sardinia and constituted of 7 main islands and numerous islets, most of them uninhabited. A National Park since 1994, La Maddalena is famous for its white sandy beaches, its rocky granitic terrain and its numerous coves and small bays with crystal-clear waters.

        It's really the perfect place to discover some of the Mediterranean's most beautiful beaches, and unsurprisingly it is a favourite with boating enthusiasts. With such clear waters, the beauty also lies underwater: the archipelago is home to stunning sealife with a great variety of underwater landscapes and fauna, making it a great place for scuba-diving with more than 30 dive sites accessible to divers of all levels.

        For those who are not certified scuba-divers, snorkeling is also a rewarding experience in La Maddalena. And after a busy day in the water, why not discover the many local delicacies in the beautiful traditional towns of La Maddalena, Moneta or Palau?

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