The National Park of La Maddalena in Sardinia is the first national park, unique in Italy consisting of the whole territory of a single municipality. Located in North East of the region, it includes an archipelago of seven islands: La Maddalena, Santo Stefano, Spargi, Budelli, Santa Maria and Razzoli. Diamond tip of the archipelago is the island of La Maddalena, blessed with beautiful beaches, clear waters and beautiful backdrops. The town has the typical appearance of a typical fishing village, home to the town hall, the parish church of Santa Maria Maddalena, but also small taverns, restaurants and typical shops for shopping. The Archipelago park is the starting point for boat trips and diving into a sea with unique colors and beaches among the most beautiful in the Mediterranean, including the pink beaches of the island of Budelli, which owes its characteristic color to the skeleton of tiny animals, brought ashore by the currents, and can be visited only with guides. Among other beautiful beaches stand out Cala Coticciu, Brigantina and Portese to Caprera; Cala Corsara and Cala Granara to Spargi; Cala Lunga at Razzoli. Occasionally, the archipelago waters give us sightings of large sea mammals such as whales, sperm whales, coastal dolphins that leave spotting frequently within the archipelago and sea turtles (Caretta Caretta) resting on the water surface.