About Cala Trana
Cala Trana beach (Spiaggia di Cala Trana) is a secluded beach that’s mostly unknown to the average tourist. It is located 3 kilometers north-east of Porto Pollo beach and faces north in the direction of the beautiful Archipelago of La Maddalena. In an area of almost unspoilt Mediterranean shrub, Cala Trana beach lies between two large granite masses and has numerous sandy dunes behind it, making this beach a true Sardinian haven of peace and quietness.
How To Get To Cala Trana
As your car must be parked away from the cove, Cala Trana beach is best reached on foot. To get close to Cala Trana beach by car first, from Palau, take the road to Santa Teresa Gallura. After approximately 2 kilometers, turn right and continue for 2 kilometers to Punta Sardegna. Alternatively, Cala Trana beach can be reached from the sea by boat or dinghy from Palau, a small town located a little over 3 kilometers south-east of the beach.
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