Alghero

Mettiti comodo, Il tuo viaggio verso la Riviera del Corallo inizia ora.

Alghero

Mettiti comodo, Il tuo viaggio verso la Riviera del Corallo inizia ora.

Bombarde and Lazzaretto

As you travel along the road signposted as "127 bis", which leads from Fertilia to Porto Conte and Capo Caccia, you will come to two of the most celebrated of the Riviera’s beaches: Bombarde and Lazzaretto.

 

You will have no difficulty becoming enamoured of the incredibly transparent, turquoise-tinged water lapping these beaches, which are refreshed by light external currents. You are also sure to be enraptured by the stunning underwater kaleidoscope afforded by these bays.

 

Bombarde beach, renowned for the purity of its fine, white sands, is surrounded on three sides by a large pine forest that extends inland for less than a kilometre.

Slightly further on, you will come to the delightful Lazzaretto beach, with its Spanish watchtower that dominates the bay. The beach features a series of "Caribbean-style" inlets that are a joy to behold.

 

Continuing along the route, following the line of the cliffs towards Capo Galera and the so-called Villa dell’Olandese (or "House of the Dutchman"), you will see the coastline rising gradually before culminating in the promontory of Punta Giglio, which marks the start of the Capo Caccia / Isola Piana Marine Protected Area.