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Molara

Overview

A haven for those seeking tranquillity

Just off the north-eastern coast of Sardinia, facing the resort of San Teodoro, you will find a dream island. Molara is part of theTavolara - Punta Coda Cavallo Protected Marine Area and is accessible only by sea.

A true natural paradise, its rugged coastline is full of coves, caves and white sandy beaches. Among the most famous beaches are Cala dei Francesi, Cala della Tartaruga and Cala Finanza, all boasting crystal-clear sea and unspoilt nature.

The island is also an important nesting area for a number of bird species such as the Corsican gull, cormorant and peregrine falcon. The surrounding waters are also rich in marine fauna including fish, shellfish and crustaceans.

It is said that Pope Ponziano was exiled here in around 235 BC, as can be seen from the medieval remains of the church named after him. Molara is an ideal place for those seeking peace and tranquillity. In fact, the island is devoid of human settlements and offers a unique experience of contact with nature. You can enjoy excursions on foot or by boat to discover the beauty of the island and enjoy breathtaking views of the Sardinian coast.

Molara
Isola Molara, Italia

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