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Cala Coticcio is one of those places that seems to attract opposing reactions and I believe the main reasons are the crowds and the hike to get there and back. La Maddalena and Caprera are full of stunning beaches that are much less crowded where...More
This place is a hidden jam!
Long walk by rocks, take comfortable shoes, water, food and towel. Come early, it is a very little beach, so If you want to take a great pictures- Be there before 10;)
I would not reccomend walking to beach...More
The best part was the hiking there which involved some lower difficulty rock climbing too. The beach itself is tiny and even in September it was absolutely overcrowded, can't imagine what it can be like in July and August. There are plenty more beautiful beaches...More
Cala Coticcio is accessible only by trekking for 1h which makes it a perfect spot for people who prefer to be away from the crowds. Leave your car at the entrance, trek through a natural and protected area for 1h and you are there. The...More
If you have a sunny day and have a full period, you really should go.
Its not a easy way for amateurs, but its possible.
Bring water and snacks.
When u get there, go to the stones on both sides. The sand is not very...More
This beach is truly something special. Amazing waters, surrounded by interesting cliffs, with a stunning contrast between bright blue and yellow. Water is crystal clear, and with lots of fish to see if you enjoy snorkeling. Definitely recommend!
Keep in mind that to visit it...More
After we park car on a little parking we walk to cala coticcio 30min and back 45! On parking there was a woman for turist information she worn us about road!! You need good shoes sports shoes !!!! It is very importnant and water and...More
Come early and bring your walking shoes cause it can be a hard trek on a hot summer day. Brig also plenty to drink and eat since you won't find anything at the little beach.
Once you arrive at the trail and begin the walk...More
We rented electric bikes in La Maddalena and biked up to the trail. Bring good tennis or hiking shoes, bring lots of water, as well as swimming gear. I recommend goggles or snorkeling equipment because the water was crystal clear. The hike to the beach...More