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Capriccioli beach (east)

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Cala Capriccioli

Capriccioli, which in Gallura means little goats, alludes to the pair of granite boulders shaped by wind and sea, and separating two bays made of small,fine, soft and clear sandy beaches, with silvery hues. The sea is the splendid turquoise of Costa Smeralda, interrupted occasionally by pink rocks jutting out of the water. On the sidelines, the green of junipers, mastic trees and maritime pines.

Capriccioli beach (east)

Spiaggia di Capriccioli (est), Italia

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