Palau, located on a stretch of the north eastern coast of Sardinia, is blessed with a landscape of breathtaking beauty. The touristic development which gives the hospitable city its contemporary character has not blemished its natural heritage: crystal clear waters, the smells and the colors of the lush Mediterranean vegetation, 20 beaches of fine white sand and the sheer beauty of its coasts, sculpted by nature and extending over 24 km, from the Gulf of Saline up to the mouth of the Liscia River and on to the enchanting views of the granite coastline, molded by the wind and by the ages.

One of the most celebrated “works of art” created by the wind is “Bear Rock” which, for its extraordinary beauty, in 1993 was declared National Monument. 120 meters above sea level, it offers an extraordinary view of Palau and of the neighboring archipelago of La Maddalena.

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