Also called spiaggia di Lucaise (Lucaise beach), its located between the beaches of Bobba and Geniò. Characterized by rocks and gravel, it has transparent and shimmering waters of a turquoise color that will stand out in front of the small island of the Geniò and in front of le Colonne.
Uncrowded even in high season it's the ideal beach for those seeking privacy and relaxation.
It can be reached by taking the Provincial Road 103, starting from the center of Carloforte following the road to the beaches. After the Bobba proceed following the directions and continue into the dirt road.
There isn't an organized parking area, the beach doesn't have any services and there is no lifeguard rescue.
Because of difficult access due to a dirt path on a steep slope it is not suitable for children, the elderly and people with reduced mobility.
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