Cape Capo Carbonara sea park - Sardinia
Capo Carbonara sea park is a wonderful natural park. The protected Marine Area of Capo Carbonara and the two islands of Cavoli and Serpentara just in front of it, represent a magnificent and unique natural park in the south-east Sardinia. The unusual but original form of granitic rocks give particular nuances to the landscape. The small village of Carbonara which has become Villasimius, only in the 1862, takes its name from the intensive exploitation of charcoal practiced a long time ago.
Eeven the mass tourism of last years, the coast still see this coast similar as Emerald coast. The area is highly visited also thanks for archaeological ruins that were found just recently and this found also help for building new infrastructures in the area. Even in the high seasons crystal clear, clan blue waters of Carbonara sea park remain even more enjoyable as the Emerald Coast beaches. If beach life gets too mononotnous there is possible to go on a daily trip to the sea park of Capo Carbonara. They are offering so many sea activities such as snorkelling or just enjoying and swimming around the island of Serpentara. You can find underneath the surface many relics from ancient times.