CAPRERA: SINCE 1982 NATURE RESERVE OF HISTORY AND NATURE
Boat trips to La Maddalena archipelago with panoramc view of Caprera island
Caprera, home of Giuseppe Garibaldi, one of Italy’s most famous historical heroes. Caprera is the second largest island of the Park, after La Maddalena. It is well known for its beauty, its coasts, its beaches and for the special value of its ﬂora.Pine, oak, and juniper trees; large Mediterranean shrubs; intense fragrances of myrtle, mastic and strawberry tree are in the air with visual extraordinary colours.
Caprera is linked to La Maddalena by a bridge and by a low stretch of land that connects the main street to the Garibaldi Museum and the Village of Stagnali. On Caprera, by the: Porto Palma gulf lies the famous sailing center, a worldwide known sailing school.
The Park Authority's environments; educational activities are held within the village of Stagnali and its main center for environmental, historical and scientiﬁc information, with two museums full of interesting and antique items.
Caprera has an enchanting north-easternd side of with low lying cliffs plunging unpredictably into the water; the coastal sculptured coves are of spectacular beauty, such as the famous Cala Coticcio. Situated north west from Caprera are the islands of Budelli; Spargi; Razzoli and Santa Maria.