Cala Vinagra is a fjord-like creek, offering a small beach sheltered by the cliff, composed of a gravel seabed, pebbles, rocks and coarse sand.
The waters are of an iridescent green color, which in some sections becomes turquoise.
This creek is full of charm, enhanced by the beautiful island of Cala Vinagra near the beach.
It can be reached starting from Carloforte taking the Provincial Road 104 to the junction for Cala Vinagra then proceeding on the dirt road.
There aren't beach services and there is no lifeguard rescue.
Difficult to access, it is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.
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Situated between La Punta and Tacche Bianche, immersed in tuff rocks, Cala Lunga beach looks like a cliff that descends in the sea.
From May to early July, it's possible to observe the nets offshore being used to catch the tuna.
Its deep waters are particularly suitable for diving enthusiasts.
It lies along the coastal road 101 which leads from the harbor of Carloforte to the northern end of the island. The entrance of a dirt road will signal the entrance to the beach.
Unsuitable for children, the elderly Continua...
The Cascà is another traditional dish of Carloforte which has its origins in the Tabarka cuisine. It is a variant of the famous couscous, a traditional North African dish.
The dish is based on a semolina grain preparation, steamed and seasoned with vegetables and chickpeas. Its preparation is simple if you use ready-to-cook semolina and a couscous steamer. While the semolina is being prepared, saute’ a variety of vegetables cut into small pieces: cauliflower, onions, carrots, eggplant, and zucchini. When the vegetables are tender, add boiled, drained chickpeas and season to taste. When the semoli Continua...
The new Multimedia Museum is a cultural center dedicated to study of the history of the Island of San Pietro.
Created with the collaboration of the Galata "Mu.Ma", Museo del Mare e delle Migrazioni of Genoa (Galata Maritime Museum), it is a high-tech museum that uses touch screens and 3D simulations to offer the public an overview of the history of the island of San Pietro, from its geological birth to the founding of the first settlements in 1738.
Developed on three floors of the wonderful Torre di San Vittorio, an eighteenth-century structure brought back to life after th Continua...