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Brandinchi Creek


Get there by driving up highway 125 towards San Teodoro - Olbia north, then turn right at the fork in the village, take a path at Lutturai and enter a charming dirt path.
A true jewel of our coast, Brandinchi can be compared with the paradises of Polynesia by the intensity and brilliance of its nuances and it is also known to tourists as Little Tahiti. It boasts hallow water, fine sand next to a pine forest and a large patch of juniper, thistle and rushes. Definitely meant for families with children, behind the beach adjacent to the beautiful pine forest there's a parking lot organized in a perfect corner of nature.
The beach of Brandinchi has as a spectacular skyline view that is the unmistakable silhouette of the island of Tavolara to the north, an islet called Ruja Island to the east and the Capicciolu Point to the south. At its back, and this is true for many other nearby beaches, there is a lagoon area that during the summer season is dry.
A tidbit of Italian history: the chronicles tell of the passage of Giuseppe Garibaldi, liberator and father of modern Italy, who in October of 1867 managed to escape the blockade at Caprera and then embark from the port of Brandinchi for Piombino to liberate Rome from the Papal States.

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