Coming from Cagliari you must continue towards the Iglesias Interstate Highway SS 130, at km 44 make a turn to Villamassargia-Carbonia. At the junction of Carbonia-Sirai you must go straight towards Portovesme or to Calasetta.
Calasetta - Cagliari is about 100 km
Portovesme - Cagliari is about 80 km
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The Eleonora’s Falcon is one of the rarest European birds of prey, and was included in the "Red List" of animals in danger of extinction (in the world there are only about 7500 couples). More than any other species, it is perhaps the one that stands out the most in the birdlife of the Sardinian island. The Eleonora’s Falcon (Falco Eleonorae) takes its scientific and Italian name from the Giudicessa Eleonora d'Arborea (Queen Eleonor of Arborea) who, with the enactment of the "Carta de Logu" in the fourteenth century, passed a special law that forbade hunting all birds of prey.
Located north of the island of San Pietro, Punta delle Oche is a beautiful cliff, which descends to the sea with impressive gorges and caves.
The cave is accessible only by sea and only with small boats. It offers visitors a fascinating display of colors, with light on a clear and transparent sea.
A spectacular destination for those who love scuba diving and snorkeling, it offers a varied and colorful seascape.
The cliffs of Punta delle Oche is accessible by land, leaving Carloforte towards the Salita Rombi. At the first fork, take the road Continua...
The Oasis IN LIPU of Carloforte covers an area of 236 hectares in the western part of the island and about 7 km of coastline.
The cliffs overlooking the sea in this area are very high, forming a plateau 130 meters high with deep coves like Cala Vinagra and Cala Fico. This unique and fascinating wild environment is the breeding ground of a very rare species: the Falco della Regina (Queen's Hawk), an extraordinary bird of prey that only reproduces on the sheer cliffs of Mediterranean sea islands.
On this coast every summer, ab Continua...