A beautiful soft white sand beach, located on the south western coast, near the area of Le Colonne and a few minutes from Carloforte.
La Bobba is sheltered from the northern winds, and it's the ideal beach in case of mistral wind. Framed by dark cliffs and Mediterranean scrub it has turquoise waters and shallow water, suitable for children.
It can be reached by following the coast road to the Caletta, taking a dirt road to the parking area.
The beach is equipped with secure parking, sandwich bar, a kiosk, dining area, and beach services like canoe rental, but only in summer.
There is a lifeguard rescue during July and August.
Also suitable for children, seniors and people with reduced mobility.
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