Budelli – Spiaggia Rosa
It is a UNESCO heritage site and its name comes from the colour of the sand, which vary from pale pink to fuchsia.
The Spiaggia Rosa, a UNESCO heritage site, is on the south/east side of Budelli and is most certainly the most famous in the archipelago.
It is shaped like a half moon and its name comes from the colour of the sand, which vary from pale pink to fuchsia.
The pink hue is partly due to the crumbled granite in the sand and partly from an endless number of fragments that mainly come from shells. Access is forbidden for visits on land. Boats are available to see the beach, which are a part of the services from la Maddalena and from Cannigione and Palau.
Boats can only sail 300 meters from the shore and cannot stop.
There is MBM on the east coast of Budelli, run by the Park. It is advisable to sail carefully and pay attention to the rocks just under the surface.
Sea coordinates: 41°17'1.76"N, 09°21'33.22"E.