What to do
Overnight in our facilities it will undoubtedly allow you to relax in front of a crystal clear sea and to enjoy its beneficial effects... but not only!
We give you lots of fun and lots of activities:
• Hiking in the archipelago of La Maddalena;
• Windsurfing lessons, Sailing and Sup for young and old;
• Diving Centers for unforgettable diving;
• School of Kayac inside the Baia Saraceno.
WILD AND FASCINATING
A unique combination of landscape, including beaches, rocks, Mediterranean bush and wind. These are the ingredients that make Palau so wild and fascinating, so sincere and intriguing.
In the Northeast Sardinian deep, granite outcrop near the Costa Smeralda choose to differentiate themselves from it for the lifestyle. A more popular approach in short, despite an equivalent natural scenery, not least because of the port of La Maddalena access.
SEA FOR EVERY TASTE
21 are the appreciable beaches along the 25 kilometers of the coast of Palau. If some can be reached without difficulty, others are accessible only by sea or through long stretches on foot.
In the bottom of the bay of Mezzo Schifo the Sciumara beach is, despite the name, the busiest. Costa Serena also beautiful, with snow-white beach and lush vegetation that almost touches the sea. And then the rocks of Pools and Talmone, small and sheltered bays in the shape of a half moon, Cala di Trana, almost hidden among the dunes and granite masses, the Island of the gulls, verily Peninsula because of sandy cord that connects it to the mainland.
Porto Puddu (or Porto Pollo) is the most popular with windsurfers and sailors, Porto Rafael looks almost set among the houses of a tourist.
A SCULPTURE NATURAL
It is precisely in the crystal clear waters of the latter fraction that each year the Yacht Club Punta Sardegna organizes the Trophy Formenton, regatta with cruise boats, lateen sails and boats.
If the constant presence of the wind is of Palau ideal for lovers of sailing, surfing and kiting, the sheltered bays and clear sea make it even welcome stop for the diving lovers.
Those who prefer to "sniff" nature can do it comfortably at the edge of the Green Train, from which you can appreciate the colors and scents of the hinterland. But the morphology of the territory of Palau can be enjoyed riding a bike or on horseback. Or by hiking, pointing perhaps on Capo d'Orso, huge granite rock sculpted by the wind. Situated on a promontory of 122 meters, it offers a wonderful view that reaches the archipelago of La Maddalena.
ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART
The area, popular for thousands of years, also offers considerable archeological interest. As the tombs of the giants S'Ajacciu, which still has some of the exedra wings, and Li Mizzani, with monolithic stelae not arched. Or as the mono Barrabisa tower nuraghe, which was unearthed a circular room used for foodstuffs. Much more recent but still interesting are the nineteenth-century fortifications of Monte Altura, Capo d'Orso and Baragge.
In the village you can also visit the Ethnographic Museum, which exhibits the first palaesi handicrafts and objects found in the pens. Finally, numerous are the country churches erected by shepherds, including St. George the Martyr, St. Anthony of Padua and St. Rita of Cascia.
IN SUMMER IS ALWAYS PARTY
The biggest religious festival is dedicated to Santa Maria delle Grazie and takes place in the first week of September, with the procession at sea as a climax.
Renowned are also the feast of St. George and the carnival parades, but especially in summer and the streets of downtown are filled thanks to full-bodied drawn by the program. To frame the stalls of the market, offering a wide selection of handicrafts and food products. And speaking of Palau kitchen offers a long list of restaurants and farmhouses where you can taste local delicacies.
By virtue of an economy at the turn of sheep farming and sailing tradition includes flavors of earth and sea.
NOT TO BE MISSED
• The small bay of Pools;
• The majestic granite rocks of Capo d'Orso;
• The magic of surfing where the wind has an edge.