From Maddalena to Caprera Money Crossing the bridge and the dam connecting the island of La Maddalena to Caprera, you are immersed in a beautiful unspoilt, where we suggest to our guests to do some trekking.


Route 1: Cala BRIGANTINA

In the eastern part of the island of Caprera, suggest that the path length of about 20 minutes, consists of a dirt path about 700 meters, Strong running from Poggio Rasu (Top) and forwards in the vegetation to reach a small creek,

Cala Brigantina.

During the trip you can admire many charming corners very special. Along the path, for example, there is a small stream made of logs.

Since the first few meters you start to see the bay with its beautiful colors, that make this beach a destination of great interest.

In fact this beach is known for its white sand and very thin; is formed by 2 bays, a larger and a smaller displaced slightly to the left of the main creek.

Is it really worth going to see the clear blue sea and clear whereas, as for many other beaches around the island of Caprera and La Maddalena, the only ways to reach them is by boat or by using a path, like what you suggest.


Island of Caprera, The highest peak is represented by Monte Teialone that reaches 212 meters s.l.m.; propose an excursion lasting about 25 minutes.

The dirt path that leads to the top Monte Teialone offers particular views of considerable interest; it is possible to observe some lookouts made of stone, similar to others on the island of Caprera.

The last stretch of this route is characterized by a staircase built of granite blocks and, in some places, carved into the rock.

At the end of the path, Once the summit of Mount raggiuntala Teialone it offers a panorama like this…

Route 3: CANDEO

In the north-east of the island of Caprera strongly recommend this excursion, the duration of 30 minutes. The path begins after skirting the western side of Mount Teialone, in the vicinity of Fort Arbuticci.

During the tour you can meet some plant Lentischio red berries, typical of the area, Eucalyptus trees are present to witness the past of this area.

This area is characterized by the remains of a military settlement.

The access point of the fortress in fact, down a steep path for about two kilometers out to sea, in a series of switchbacks until you reach the landing Candeo.

In many places the bottom is very uneven, due to the rains in many years have taken away the land from the path, discovering stones of different sizes.

Around the harbor on the battery system is observable anti-ship of the same name;
the plant belongs to the third group of organized defenses in the archipelago over the years
included between the two world wars.

The military establishment is perfectly integrated into the rocky coast, built complying with harmony and equilibrium morphology of granite.

Route 4: CALA Coticcio

This beautiful beach is located north-east of’ Caprera Island and is one of the best ever in the archipelago.

The route is described below allows you to reach this beautiful natural wonder in about 60 minutes, along a dirt path for about 2 Km.

Along the way they meet rocks of all kinds, some with clear anthropomorphic form.

It is not unusual to see some Juniper, The endemic plant par excellence, that strong ee strong can survive in very extreme conditions.

Cala Coticcio, also known by the name of “Tahiti”, is characterized by a very fine white sand and a sea-colored crystalline.


A different destination, for those seeking more culture and look for some food for thought is surely represented by Museo at the Garibaldi, also known as “Garibaldi Compendium”. It was the home of General (the “white house”) from 1856 for about 25 years until his death, occurred on 2 June 1882. Since then the house was inhabited by the family of the hero of two worlds (up to 1959) and only by 1978 has become museum. Clear national interest, thousands of visitors passing through each year, enjoying the sites and relics that have characterized the last years of the glorious life of Giuseppe Garibaldi.

The Garibaldi Compendium was developed around a central courtyard, in which stands a large pine tree, the”tree of Clelia”, Garibaldi planted in 1867, on the occasion of the birth of his daughter Clelia.

In addition to White House, the Garibaldi museum includes other buildings, like a windmill without blades, which is located nearby a monumental marble bust of Garibaldi, sculpted by Louis Bistolfi in 1883.

From the central courtyard, through a path you can reach the small family cemetery. Here is the tomb of Giuseppe Garibaldi, beneath a large granite boulder where he carved his name, the last wife (Francesca Armosino) Rosa and the children, Anita, Manlio, Teresita and Clelia, the last to be buried in this place.

The remains of General, contrary to his wishes, were not cremated and stored in a century old pine that can be seen at the museum, I imbalsamate e sepolte.