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The natural marine reserve of Area Marina Protetta of Tavolara e Molarais located on the north east coast of the island of Sardegna and stretches from Capo Ceraso to Cala Finocchio and comprises of the islands of Tavolara, Molara e Molarotto, islands made of made of granite covered with limestone cliffs, where the blue lizard lives.

Around 15.000 hectares of natural reserve protected for its naturalistic value. The flora and fauna patrimony is extremely rich among which the marine prairie of Poseidon, the polychrome sponges . Marvellous is the expanse of sea in the west coast of Molara named “piscine di Molara” (molara pools), for its colour and its transparent sea bed.

This park is identified as a protected reserve by the law Legge n. 979 of the 31st December 1982, with the Ministerial decree if the 12th December 1997 and finally modified with another on the 28th November 2001.The decree contains the perimeters of the Zones A-B-C (see map) of differing levels of protection.

Since 2004 the management is entrusted to a consortium constituted by the municipalities of Olbia, Loiri Porto San Paolo and San Teodoro. Charts, maps and informative signs are positioned throughout the whole park. The A Zone of the marine park are delimited by yellow buoys and yellow ?????? on shore.

We would like to remind you that you are in a natural reserve with laws in place to defend it , a copy of the rules and guidelines of the Area Marina Protetta of Tavolara e Molarais can be printed up clicking on the image below.



  1. Oh sure!
    Tavolara is an amazing place.
    Ypu can find a lot of different type of flora and fauna.

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