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The Resort Cala di Falco is located in the little town of Cannigione with a beautiful view over the Golfo di Arzachena.
The town, which was once an old fishing village, is now a delightful tourist centre perfect for those who love shopping, artisan’s workshops, nightlife and the Sardinian sea. The typical marina and walks through the market stalls are highly appreciated by guests who always manage to find a wonderful little souvenir of their holiday in Sardinia. Cannigione is in the Arzachena municipal area and is considered the “West Gate” of the Costa Smeralda. Porto Cervo can be reached by car in just a few minutes.
You have the chance to leave directly from the harbour near the resort on one of the many excursions to the La Maddalena Archipelago or the islands of the Corsican Archipelago, going as far as Bonifacio (about an hour’s sailing away).
The La Maddalena Archipelago (until recently the International Straits of Bonifacio Park together with the nearby South Corsica Archipelago) is made up of different islands of rare beauty such as Caprera, Santo Stefano, Budelli, Santa Maria, Razzoli and Spargi as well as the main island of La Maddalena. An archipelago of a thousand colours and different hues of blue and green, it is perfect for diving, snorkelling and pleasure boat enthusiasts. Not for nothing is it described as “the most transparent archipelago in the world”.
For excursion and bird-watching enthusiasts, the area around the Stagni di Saloni to the south of Cannigione is of great natural interest. Among the various varieties of Sardinian flora and fauna, examples of the purple heron, marsh harrier and gallinule can be seen as well as highly perfumed flowers including heather, wild lavender, helichrysum, cistus and orchids.
The Delphina Excursion centre guarantees a selection of unforgettable experiences for everyone: excursions on land, boat trips and lots of other options. For further information go to the excursions page of the site.