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Coordinates: 38°55'22.5"N 8°42'44.7"E

Portu Tramatzu is located W Teulada port, it is between two promontories and rocks that delimited at at each end, Punta Niedda to E and Punta Pala Levante to W. 

A sandy beach borders the bay and facing it is Rossa island.

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Coordinates: 38°54'41.3"N 8°46'43.2"E

This cove is very beautiful and we can anchor in crystalline water by 3 to 13 m.
Also a good place to be except with S winds.

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Coordinates:38°53'19.7"N 8°49'29.3"E

Cala Perda Longa is located E of Malfatano gulf. It has the same name of the village that overlooks the cove. You can anchor, but you must remain at the entrance of the cove (10 m) because, to the beach, the sea bottom raise quickly.

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Coordinates: 38°53'35.0"N 8°48'39.5"E

This cove is sheltered in part by Tuarredda island which is separated from the mainland by an isthmus barely submerged.
There is a shelter between the Malfatano Cape tower and the end  S  Tuarredda Island, by 15 m, or in E of the island on the alignment of the tower by the rock located E of the island.

 

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Coordinates: 38°53'33.5"N 8°39'15.9"E

This small cove called also Cala Brigantina, is located inside the shooting zone of Teulada cape where it is strictly forbidden to anchor.
Like Cala Piombo, here anchorage is allowed usually from 20th of June and the 20th September. Strictly forbidden the rest of the year. Usually an army corvette patrols the area when the drills are taking place and they will call you at the VHF to move away. However on Sundays the military are on holiday and so "virtually" you can anchor there and nobody will take notice.

Anchor to 3 to 14 m. Open to SE.

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Coordinates: 38°57'22.3"N 8°36'10.5"E

Porto Pino is bordered in its S part by a rocky coastline with high dunes, while the N coast has a shallow beach. The tip Menga limits Porto Pino W. A lagoon, behind the sand dunes, hosts several colonies of flamingos.
This huge sandy bay provides anchorage without any problem at all depths, far enough from the beach as the background goes very slowly.

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Coordinates: 39°06'22.0"N 9°31'14.5"E

Carbonara cape is located at the S end of the rocky peninsula connected to the mainland by a low sandy isthmus. A beacon of 5 m high is 0.7 MN NNW at the end of the cape.
The cape offers moorings on both sides. It is dominated by the tower Caterina where we see the old semaphore.
The W coast of the peninsula is very cut and overwhelmed by rocks surrounded by high-background.
Opposite direction, about 800 m SE, lies the Cavoli island.

Natural Reserve of Carbonara Cape

ZONE A: Integral Reserve

     Are prohibited:

     The import or export of minerals and geological materials

     Navigation and boat access

     fishing

     Underwater fishing

ZONE B: General Reserve

     are prohibited:

     The anchor free

     Freedom of navigation engine

     Underwater fishing

     Are allowed:

     navigation at low speed

     Occupational or recreational fishing

ZONE C: Partial Reserve:

     Are prohibited:

     The anchor free

     underwater fishing

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Coordinates: 39°06'51.2"N 9°31'16.2"E

Porto Giunco bay is located between Punta Molenti and Capo Carbonara. Giunco tower, partly in ruins, stands on the top of a small promontory, 64m high, 1 mile N of Capo Carbonara. Anchorage can be taken, in a depth of 18 m, sand and weed, about 0.7 mile ENE of this tower, between dei Berni beacon and the coast.
Beware, this bay is open to NE and SE winds and it is not suitable to anchor in this weather.

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Coordinates: 39°07'49.8"N 9°33'33.9"E

Molentis (dei Molenti) point, 2 NM W S of Serpentara island, end consists of a small headland surrounded by rocks and low, connected to the mainland by a sandbar.
Ancorage by 26 m about halfway between the Molentis tip and Serpentara island.

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