Isola Rossa is a little town in north-west of Sardinia. It’s halfway between the city of Olbia and the city of Alghero which have the main airports and port.
It was originally a village of fishermen moved from the island of Ponza (in Campania) to seek their fortune in Sardinia. When they found a very fishy sea, especially rich in lobster, they decided to finally settle here. The main activity of these families, which still live in the village, is still fishing or in general activities related to fishing world.
This little town is part of Trinità d’Agultu’s municipality. Its territory is very wide and it counts approximately 40 km of coastline, many inlets and coves and a remarkable variety of landscape. The ideal place for nature and sports lovers, landscape photography buffs but also for families with children who want just sunbath and relax feeling totally safe.
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