With more than 180 km of coastline and over 60 islands, the Maddalena Archipelago is one of the wonders of Sardinia and the whole world. Its inlets and coves, shaped over the years by winds and sea, are unique stages where nature is the undisputed protagonist, and offer unique landscapes, such as the Pink Beach of Budelli, made famous by the genius of Michelangelo Antonioni, who used it as the natural stage of his famous 1964 film “Red Desert”.

Further south, we find the granite island of Spargi, almost completely uninhabited, an oasis offering a haven to the wildest nature, and La Maddalena, the largest island with its historical and natural wealth. The waters surrounding these islands are crystal clear and inhabited by some of the rarest animal species in the Mediterranean, such as the Bottlenose dolphin, which can been spotted in schools of more than 30 specimens.

On Santo Stefano island, on the other hand, you can discover our Resort, immersed in a unique natural setting and a privileged access route for visiting the Maddalena Archipelago.