Secluded from any establishment, set completely uninterrupted within the wild, Spiaggia di Cala Coticcio is beach cove paradise with beautiful crystal blue and transparent sea waters that are synonymous with the Tyrrhenian Sea, by way of the Mediterranean Sea.
Wanderlust is contagious at Isola di Caprera. Many people aspire to visit Spiaggia di Cala Coticcio, the cove nicknamed Tahiti in particular as pictured above, but by the same token, many people have no idea how to get here because of its deeply secluded nature. Traveling to this wonderful location takes careful planning. It will take either a boat ride or a 45-60 minute trek from the Parco Nazionale dell'Arcipelago di La Maddalena road at the geographic coordinate of 41.226737, 9.474166 to 41.218057, 9.485790 via Sentiero per Cala Coticcio, a pathway. Yes, or si, that's how secluded this area is!
Caprera is a small natural reserve island located off the northeastern coast of Sardinia in the Arcipelago della Maddalena, a chain of islands, with the seven major islands being La Maddalena, Budelli, Santo Stefano, Santa Maria, Spargi, and Razzoli, and Caprera, which is linked to La Maddalena island by Via Benvenuto Cellini, a 600 metre long causeway.