Via Salvo D'Acquisto
Tel. +39 0781 855821
Via XX Settembre, 183/b (nei locali dell'ex Cisternone)
Tel. +39 0781 855716 - +39 0781 854441
Fax: +39 0781 854979
L.A.VO.C. (Volunteer fire associations and civil protection H24)
Cortile Scuole Medie, s.n.
Tel. +39 0781 855940
cell. +39 3392773196 - +39 3420020515 - +39 3314699042
Croce Azzurra (EMERGENCY SERVICES 118)
Via Tramontana, 1
Via Don Pagani
Tel. +39 0781 856155
First Aid, Medical Assistance, tourist medical Guard
Tel. +39 0781 855666
Pharmacy Popolare Dr.Ssa Giovanna Piccaluga
Via XX Settembre, 65
+39 0781 854011
Pharmacy Loddo Di Marina Dr.ssa Loddo
Via Garibaldi, 5
+39 0781 854006
Veterinary clinic Associato dott. Viglietti-dott.ssa Piazza
Via XX settembre 119
+39 0781857187 dott. Viglietti +39 3334651085 - dott. Piazza +39 337267597
Aperto tutti i giorni 10.30-12.30, 17-20
Veterinary clinic dott. Gorgerino
Via Vittorio Veneto
+39 0781 854461 - +39 336748240
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Punta Nera is just past the curve leading to Girin beach. It’s an ideal beach for families with children, because it can be reached by car, although one must then park on a dirt road at the entrance of the road.
The beach is a wide strip of fine and warm sand. It’s very large and divided into two parts by an artificial stone dam that protects the beach from the mistral winds and waves. Sheltered from the wind, surrounded by private houses gardens and local vegetation, it overlooks the island of Sant'Antioco and its waters aren't immediately deep.
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Tabarkinois spoken by more than 85% of the inhabitants of Carloforte, but it is not recognized as a "language" by the Italian law that protects minority languages. Luckily, Tabarkino does not need protection. Ancient and unusual, impossible to hear spoken anywhere else in the world apart from the neighboring town of Calasetta, Tabarkino is a language similar to that in use among the Pegliesi settlers of the sixteenth century, ancestors of people from Carloforte, with some Arabic, Sicilian and French influence.
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