The Maddalena Archipelago is part of the European network of outstanding areas of natural beauty, recognized for its unique and spectacular habitat and wildlife.
The most important islands are La Maddalena, Caprera, Santo Stefano, Budelli, Santa Maria, Razzoli, and Spargi, alongside other, smaller islands. A popular destination for sportspeople for its natural beauty and emerald-coloured pristine waters. A renowned tourist location, it includes many beaches. The Archipelago is also noted for being the final resting place of Giuseppe Garibaldi, the father of the fatherland, who built the famous “Casa Bianca” at Caprera, now known as the Casa Museo. It is open to the public and contains the tomb where Garibaldi rests.